Clarks Hometown News Patriot
Nursing home workers threaten strike
The union representing about 450 workers at four New Jersey nursing homes held a press conference on July 24, in Journal Square to announce they are ready to strike if a deal cannot be reached with Alaris Health corporation.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Sussex Bank will be moving its county operations to Wantage
Sussex Bank announced on July 18 that the bank will be moving its Sussex County operations into a new regional office and corporate center in Wantage, which will include a regional commercial lending team, deposit and loan operations, and administrative and executive offices.
Healthcare workers at 4 nursing homes in Hudson, Bergen threaten to strike
Ellen Moton, a certified nursing assistant, recalled a time when she clocked out and went back upstairs to the hold the hand of a dying patient at the nursing home where she worked, Alaris Health in Harborview in Jersey City.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Hasbrouck Heights resident charged with fraud related to Superstorm Sandy
A Hasbrouck Heights resident was one of four people charged last week with filing fraudulent applications for federal relief funds related to Superstorm Sandy, according to the Attorney General's office.
100 firefighters battled Palisades Park blaze [video]
It took more than 100 firefighters two hours to control a blaze at a commercial building on Bergen Boulevard in Palisades Park.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
The Hudson Reporter
Potential strike looms at four nursing homes in Hudson and Bergen
A protest in May at the Alaris Health facility in Guttenberg, which workers allege may be closed to make way for luxury high-rise.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Photos: New Jersey SPCA's Ruff Riders Charity Run in Rochelle Park
The New Jersey SPCA held its second annual Ruff Riders Charity Run, sponsored by Bergen County Harley-Davidson in Rochelle Park on Saturday, July 19, 2014.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Community Bank of New Jersey swings to loss in second quarter
Community Bank of Bergen County, which has branches in Maywood, Rochelle Park and Fair Lawn, reported Thursday a loss of $13,000, or 1 cent, for the second quarter, compared with net income of $205,000, or 12 cents, from the same period of a year ago.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Hasbrouck Heights man charged with filing false Sandy claims
A borough man has been charged with two counts of theft for filing fraudulent applications to obtain Superstorm Sandy relief funds, the state Attorney General's Office said Wednesday.
The Advertiser News (North)
Vernon hires new fire marshal
Vernon Township has hired a new Fire Marshall to fill the vacancy left in April by the resignation of David Tynan, Jr. Louis Tosto was appointed township fire marshal on Monday, beginning July 27 at a yearly salary of $55,000,000.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
New chefs for The Dog and Cask, Memoire
Jeremiah Echeandia, pictured, most recently the executive chef of Memoire in Ridgewood, is now the executive chef of The Dog and Cask in Rochelle Park, replacing Jason Ramos.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Ung: First artisanal rums in New Jersey
Krista Haley and Brant Braue started Jersey Artisan Distilling, the first distillery in New Jersey since Prohibition.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Man caught with loaded handgun pretended to be cop, Rochelle Park police say
A gun, badge and cash police said was seized after a Route 17 traffic stop late Thursday in Rochelle Park ROCHELLE PARK - A Route 17 traffic stop led borough police to discover a handgun loaded with hollow-point bullets and arrest two Virginia men, including one who showed a badge and lied about being an officer, authorities said Friday.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Kinnelon school district is filling key staff vacancies
The school district is in the midst of filling some key staff vacancies, and familiar faces will be in some of them.
Rochelle Park police: Hackensack man had drugs in his shoes
A 34-year-old Hackensack man is charged with several drug offenses after officers found marijuana and Oxycodone in his car and shoes, authorities said.