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See - On the Town' on Broadway
If you're one of the many people who love Broadway shows, but hate the hassle of having to drive into Manhattan, hate the tolls, hate the traffic and hate the cost of parking, Mary's Theatre Parties and Tours has a deal for you to go to see the new show "On the Town" without all the headaches.
Sun Aug 31, 2014
Lyndhurst police investigating a pump-and-run case
Despite gasoline falling to its lowest Labor Day weekend price since 2010, that didn't stop one motorist from stealing a nominal amount of fuel from a Lyndhurst gas station on Sunday.
Sat Aug 30, 2014
Kearny man accused of home invasion and assault on Lyndhurst residents
A 24-year-old Kearny man was arrested Friday after he allegedly broke into a Bogle Drive home and assaulted three of its residents, sending one to the hospital, police said.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Tapes show victim and assailant inside and outside of Riva Blue
The two men involved in the Aug. 11 stabbing that took place outside the Riva Blue Catering Hall and Lounge in Lyndhurst were both inside the club at a "Live, Love Sundays" event prior to the incident, according to police reports.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Koppers developer picked
Hopes by Kearny to secure a developer for the old Koppers Coke Peninsula Redevelopment site have taken one step forward and two steps back.
Sweeney goes on more trips that have nothing to do with running for N.J. governor: The Auditor
Senate President Steve Sweeney, shown in this file photo, is touring the state. It has nothing to do with his potential gubernatorial run Stephen Sweeney is embarking on his fourth statewide tour this year in his role as a gubernatorial candid er, Senate president.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
Non-profits news: Week of August 25, 2014
The Bergen County Protect and Rescue Foundation is now a participating animal shelter on the ResQwalk mobile application, enabling animal lovers to raise money for animal rescues and earn rewards every time they go for a walk.
Thu Aug 21, 2014
Nutley mayor 'upset' about stabbing incident at his Lyndhurst club
A 21-year-old East Orange man turned himself in to police after authorities sought him for allegedly stabbing a man in Nutley Mayor Alphonse Petracco's nightclub parking lot in Lyndhurst on Monday, Aug. 11. Malik Taylor turned himself in at police headquarters Tuesday, Aug. 12, evening, Lyndhurst Capt.
Senate president visits Lyndhurst to jump-start Transporation Trust Fund
Lyndhurst officials are hoping the Transportation Trust Fund can be revived in order to replace outdated infrastructure in the state, including the bridge linking Lyndhurst and Nutley.
Expanded Route 3 bridge reopened
Commuters who utilize the Route 3 bridge over the Passaic River have a reason to rejoice - the replacement of the bridge, years in the making, opened to traffic for the morning commute on Aug. 15. The project, originally scheduled to end by autumn 2013, is presently $13 million over the initial budget, up from the original bid of $149 million ... (more)
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Worcester County Times
Police investigate death of NJ man at Princess Bayside
Police investigate death of NJ man at Princess Bayside Jorge Troca, 38, was pronounced dead at Atlantic General Hospital at 3:45 a.m. Saturday.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
For Chris Christie and Steve Sweeney, it's an Alphonse and gas-tax routine: Mulshine
A passel of politicians pose next to a bridge in Lyndhurst that dates to 1905; Senate President Steve Sweeney is third from the right and Assembly Budget Chairman Gary Schaer is first on the left..
Wed Aug 13, 2014
The Jersey Journal
East Orange man charged with attempted murder in Lyndhurst box cutter stabbing
LYNDHURST - A 21-year-old East Orange man turned himself in Tuesday to face attempted murder and other charges in the brutal box cutter stabbing of man at a Riverside Avenue nightclub , authorities said.
Mon Aug 11, 2014
Lyndhurst police investigate stabbing outside nightclub
Authorities are investigating the cause of serious knife wounds that a 21-year-old South Orange man apparently suffered outside the Riva Blue nightclub early Monday morning, police said.
Sun Aug 10, 2014
Q&A with Vincent Vicari, new NJSBDC director
Vincent Vicari is the newly appointed regional director of the New Jersey Small Business Development Center, based at Bergen Community College in Hackensack.
Tue Aug 05, 2014
Bergen County animal rescue group seeking funds for cargo vans
An animal rescue shelter has raised nearly $7,000 over the past two days in a plea for community support following the failure of two of its transport vans.
Mon Aug 04, 2014
North Arlington police chief nabs alleged counterfeiter in the act of passing bills
An image captured by the surveillance camera at the 7-Eleven on Ridge Road on July 22 in which this customer allegedly used a counterfeit $100 bill.
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Sony Music signs long-term lease in Rutherford's Meadows office complex
Sony Music is the latest tenant moving to The Meadows office complex in Rutherford, signing a long-term lease for 39,200 square feet.
Sun Aug 03, 2014
Wall Street Journal
Commercial Property: What's the Deal
Sony Music has signed a long-term lease at the Meadows, a Class A office park in Rutherford, N.J. The entertainment company is moving its offices in Lyndhurst, N.J., to the top two floors of one of the 12-story towers on the site at 201-301 Route 17 North.