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Paramus: Police Blotter, July 25
EDITOR'S NOTE: Town News compiles "Police Blotter" from information provided by area police departments.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Put those goats to use in Tropico 5's 'The Big Cheese' DLC
Mmm, cheese. Tropico 5 's first DLC pack is called The Big Cheese, and it involves actually making cheese in El Presidente's very own artisan factory, The Creamery.
The Jersey Journal
Support groups help women suffering from postpartum depression
By Susan Bloom Special to The Star-Ledger Though Karen Shirazi-McGowan was used to supervising nearly 80 employees as director of audiology in an ear, nose and throat medical group, the 38-year-old Pequannock mom felt herself crumbling after the birth of her second son, Finn, in early 2013.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Mahwah, Waldwick emergency responders trained to use opioid block
Officials in New Jersey this year have seen a significant rise in deaths caused by overdoses of prescription painkillers and heroin.
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Principal at Glen Rock's Academy of Our Lady retires
Completing a career marked by institutional and individual distinction, Academy of Our Lady School Principal Patricia Keenaghan bid her school farewell at a retirement reception last month.
Avocado's rich appeal
Look beneath a green, leathery skin and you will find one of nature's most luscious superfoods, the avocado.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Modern Mediterranean restaurant headed to Ridgewood
Eli Kachlon, who has been the consulting chef at Mezza in Westwood since last year, said he will be opening Novo, a modern Mediterranean restaurant, at 37 Chestnut St. in Ridgewood, in the former site of Saladworks.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Christie 'Noticably Abset' From Clinton Book Signing Stop In New Jersey
Hillary Clinton's book signing tour for her new memoir, Hard Choices , made its only stop in New Jersey at Bookends in Ridgewood last Thursday.
Girls' Lacrosse Fashionista Corner: What lacrosse players love
Kiki Wozniak is a junior at River Dell High School and plays varsity lacrosse . She shared the "Must Haves" for girls' lacrosse.
Now Open: Roots Steakhouse in Ridgewood
Framed artworks line one wall of the dining room of Roots Steakhouse in Ridgewood.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Smoked salmon is this chef's niche
Chef Alain Quirin and his wife, Denise, of Moveable Feast in Moonachie, cold-smoke 5,000 pounds of salmon a week.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
As Waldwick mourns policeman's sudden death, fellow cops cover
Police officers from neighboring towns mobilized Friday to support their grieving Waldwick colleagues, providing 24-hour coverage for the borough so that the town's officers could mourn the sudden death of 32-year-old Patrolman Christopher Goodell.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Ridgewood hires forensic team to review coin theft
A forensic team will be at Village Hall in the coming weeks interviewing those involved in the parking meter collection process to determine how $460,000 worth of quarters were stolen, handful by handful, by former public works inspector Thomas Rica.
WZVN-TV Fort Myers
Clinton: Will have 'specific agenda' if she runs
Clinton said in an interview with PBS's Charlie Rose that her final decision will be "wholly personal" and does not want to decide until after she becomes a grandmother later this year.
Ridgewood Residents Tired of 'Eyesore' Empty House
Ridgewood residents have expressed concern about an empty house that, tax records say, was sold in March 2011 and has remained unoccupied since.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Shakespeare in the Park coming to Ridgewood
Director Mark Kennedy gives some tips to his actors Chrissy Healey and Jack Whyte as they prepare for a performance of Shakespeare's "Twelfth Night."
Former Ridgewood Public Works Inspector Gets Probation For Stealing $460,000 In Quarters
Former Ridgewood public works inspector Thomas Rica was sentenced to five years' probation after admitting stealing $460,000 in quarters over a two year period.
Ridgewood Home Involved in Sandy Aid Fraud Case
A Ridgewood home was involved in a case involving four people charged by the state attorney general's office Wednesday with scheming to collect Superstorm Sandy aid money.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Wyckoff Man Pleads Guilty To Ridgewood Police Chase Charges
Wyckoff resident Daniel A. Chaupiz, already serving a combined six years for car theft and assault with a baseball bat, has pleaded guilty to eluding police in a chase that occurred Jan. 3 in Wyckoff and Ridgewood, according to cliffviewpilot.com.