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On a roll: Bayonne kids' race mirrors White House Easter Egg Roll
Locked away in a Bayonne storage room are dozens of candy-colored plastic eggs and 12 trophies topped with gleaming golden rabbits.
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Sat Apr 19, 2014
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
3 North Jersey men, teenager charged in residential burglary spree, police say
Three North Jersey men and a 16-year-old juvenile were arrested in what police described as a residential burglary spree, authorities said Saturday.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Carlstadt PBA looks to honor police chief killed a century ago
April 29 will mark the 104th anniversary of the death of Chief Charles L. Schmidt, the first Carlstadt Police Chief and only Carlstadt police officer to be killed in the line of duty.
Top things to do this weekend in Southern Bergen County
Head to the 2014 38th Annual Essex County Cherry Blossom Festival, as Japanese cherry blossoms predominate among the more than 4,000 cherry blossom trees in the park.
Asbury Park Press
Demolition of Edison school to begin next week
Demolition of the charred remains of James Monroe Elementary School on Sharp Road is scheduled to begin April 25 and take about four weeks.
The Jersey Journal
The Black Liturgical Churches Union of Jersey City will host a Maundy Thursday service today at 7 p.m. at 734 Ocean Ave, Jersey City.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
Carlstadt/East Rutherford recreational wrestling program under fire
Approximately 100 people turned out in support of the recreation wrestling program and its coaches at the April 15 mayor and council meeting on the heels of an allegation made by a mother alleging racism within the program during the March mayor and council meeting.
Star-Ledger parent seeking lease space in Secaucus, sources say
Following a reorganization at the parent of The Star-Ledger, the company is looking to lease space in Secaucus to house consolidated support services for some of the newspapers it owns throughout the state.
Photos: MetLife Stadium hosts field day for students of burned-down Edison school
EAST RUTHERFORD - Lynda Zapoticzny's philosphy has just been trying to get through each day since James Monroe Elementary School burned down in March.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Why Hawaii Was The Sweetest Spot To See The 'Blood Moon'
Due to its low light pollution, remote and idyllic landscapes, and a whole sub-population of people with a passion for astronomy, Hawaii may have been the Western Hemisphere's sweetest spot for observing the "blood moon."
Nutley police arrest burglary suspects
Nutley police arrested seven people in connection to residential burglaries occurring in the township between December of last year and March of this year.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Colts have No. 1 ranked stadium in NFL
Indianapolis doesn't have the warm weather like Miami or San Diego. It doesn't have the New York City skyline like MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford, N.J. What Indianapolis does have, though, is the best stadium in the NFL for the third straight year, according to Stadium Journey magazine.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Photos: 'Run or Dye' 5K at MetLife Stadium
Sunday was the "Run or Dye" 5K held in the parking lot of MetLife Stadium in East Rutherford where participants could run/walk/dance through six dye stations with volunteers tossing different colored eco-friendly, plant-based powdered dyes at them as they passed through the stations.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
New York Post
Fashionable felines strut their stuff
The world's most stylish felines were on hand for Intergroom 2014, the world's largest pet grooming competition, in East Rutherford, New Jersey earlier this week.
The Jersey Journal
New NJ 'Going Strong' tourism ads now airing on TV
Television ads for the new Jersey Shore tourism ad campaign called "Going Strong" will start to air on television on Monday.
Rutherford, East Rutherford police arrest 2012 'fire escape burglar' for recent thefts
Police have made an arrest in connection to a series of burglaries that took place last week on Park Avenue in Rutherford.
NJ Industrial Roars Off the Starting Block
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The Jersey Journal
Radio towers removed from American Dream site, clearing way for construction
EAST RUTHERFORD - Triple Five, the developer of American Dream Meadowlands, took a first step toward construction by removing three 500-foot-tall radio towers from the site, the Record reported .
Wed Apr 09, 2014
East Rutherford preliminary municipal budget introduced, with decrease
In an unusual budget season for elected officials, the borough of East Rutherford has introduced a preliminary budget that features a 1.68 percent tax levy decrease.