Protestors criticize tax break for Pearson
New Jersey's largesse in awarding up to $82 million in tax breaks to help Pearson Education move from Upper Saddle River to Hoboken came under fire Thursday from a group of protestors saying the money would be better spent on education or other services.
Thursday May 23
Pearson makes management changes in overhaul of global business
Pearson Plc, the publisher of the Financial Times newspaper, unveiled a new leadership team and a reorganization to drive efforts in digital learning, education and emerging markets.
Tue May 21, 2013
Advocates plan to protest $66 million tax break given to Hoboken publisher
Not everyone is happy about New Jersey's generous corporate tax breaks that helped lure publishing giant Pearson Education to Hoboken.
Thu May 16, 2013
Pearson Cuts 19 Employees
Pearson's businesses continue to shift from traditional print models to digital products and services.
Wed May 15, 2013
'Homespun' Day Touts Eight-Stop Quilted History Tour
The Mahwah Museum is one of eight local museums set to take part in the Northwest Bergen History Coalitions third annual History Day.
Thu May 09, 2013
Awards honor efforts to preserve Bergen County history
Claire K. Tholl's way of keeping Bergen County history alive was to capture it in lavishly illustrated maps - often large and carefully hand-drawn documents with her intricate sketches of churches, barns, sailing ships and Colonial-era homes.
Tue May 07, 2013
Mahwah Postal Workers to Pick Up Donations During Saturday Delivery
Dear Mahwah Community, My name is John Dock and I'm a letter carrier for the Mahwah Post Office .
Sat May 04, 2013
17 Teens Charged, 4 Hospitalized After Police Break Up Underage Drinking Party
Police busted 31 teens - 14 of them juveniles - for underage drinking at a Ridgewood house party early Saturday morning, authorities said.
Fri May 03, 2013
New business betting parents will pay to make teens better drivers
Driving instructor Joe Casella with Ali Rosenblatt of Upper Saddle River on a test course in her family's minivan.
Thu May 02, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Hoboken residents say they don't want construction noise on Saturdays
Several residents who live in a 15-story apartment building directly opposite a waterfront construction site on the Hoboken waterfront said yesterday they do not want to hear the banging of pile drivers or the roar of earth diggers on Saturdays.
Tue Apr 30, 2013
Wyckoff and Oakland Homes Join List of Historical Tours
This county has a rich history and come May 18, the public can share in this history.
The Jersey Journal
Hoboken Waterfront Corporate Center III developer seeking waiver to work Saturdays
Facing looming deadlines, developers of a new 520,000 square-foot development on the Hoboken waterfront want the city to waive the noise control ordinance so they can do construction work on Saturdays, the city has announced.
Mon Apr 29, 2013
Bullish Breakouts for the FTSE 100 & Hang Seng
Bullish breaks from a symmetrical triangle are currently underway for the British FTSE 100 Index and the Hang Seng Index with the latter move beginning to fade.
Montvale sets hearing, adoption vote on rezoning of DePiero Farm for...
MONTVALE - The Borough Council will hold a public hearing and final vote Tuesday on the rezoning of DePiero's Farm for development.