Tuesday Mar 11
The Jersey Journal
Wyckoff woman, three others sentenced in beating of her ex-lover
WYCKOFF - Four people were sentenced last week for their roles in the pipe and baseball bat attack of a Ridgewood man who was lured to the beating by his ex-girlfriend, authorities said Monday.
Bergen County man found dead in Borgata parking deck in ...
Tragic story here by colleague Karen Sudol about the death of a 61-year-old Oakland man who was found dead in a Borgata casino parking lot in Atlantic City: "The family of Leon Zabavnik sought the help of both the Atlantic City police and Borgata Casino and Hotel staff to find him after he left a distressing phone message that he was having a ... (more)
Board Member Unexpectedly Resigns, District Looking for New Trustee
The Ramapo Indian Hills Board of Education is looking for a new member to replace one who unexpectedly retired earlier this week, the district announced Thursday.
Indian Hills junior earns Eagle Scout Award
Oakland - Jonathan Russell Stammer, a member of Oakland 's Boy Scout Troop 369, received his Eagle Scout Award during a Court of Honor at the Ramapo Valley Baptist Church in Oakland .
The Paramus Post
The Atrium at The Allendale Community Welcomes Spring with Special Events
The Atrium Assisted Living at The Allendale Community for Mature Living will host a variety of entertaining activities in March.
West Side Gallery in Ridgewood features mixed media exhibit
Artist Rena Rubin explores the relationship of the physical world to the world of spirits in "Angels and Elements," this month at The Gallery at West Side Presbyterian Church in Ridgewood .
Police: Back-to-Back Weekend Heroin Arrests in Mahwah
Two unrelated motor vehicle incidents - one report of a slumped-over driver and one routine traffic stop - led to back-to-back heroin arrests in Mahwah over the weekend, township Police Chief Jim Batelli said in a release Tuesday.
Holiday spirit flourished in Wanaque
This year the true spirit of the holidays was alive and flourishing in Wanaque ! A community-wide approach was present for our neighbors in need.