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North Jersey won't see snow today, though temperatures are "way below normal," National Weather Service meteorologist Tim Morrin said.
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The Bergen County Republican Organization's policy committee has endorsed Robert W. Avery and Deirdre G. Paul in their bid for the GOP nomination for two freeholder seats.
Children dressed in green sat on the sidewalks, excited to get free candy and see law enforcement officers on horseback.
In a friendly competition, Freeholder Steve Tanelli and Paramus Mayor Rich LaBarbiera made risotto with the coaching of Chef Jesse Jones.
The incident started at the home of convicted sex offender Robert Sunday on Bell Avenue at around 8 p.m. Saturday.
"Sure," I said, even though I had no idea what it entailed. All I knew was that I am good with numbers and that he trusted me to handle his financial affairs when he died.
My friend Fred lived after a vehicle accident. So did his wife and 18-month-old son.
Tobacco shop owner Robert Reichert says his e-cigarette is helping him kick the habit.
A former Haworth police officer was acquitted Friday on a charge that he lied about his employment history when applying for another job at the Bergen County Sheriff's Department.
The KISS masks sure hid their faces. But they left behind a shovel. And maybe fingerprints.
Man's best friend can truly be a soldier's best buddy on his path to coping with painful experiences endured in the service.
HACKENSACK - The severely beaten Hackensack man found bloodied in his apartment last week died from his wounds Thursday night and charges against his attacker have been upgraded to murder, prosecutors said.
Six Bergen County commercial properties once owned by Robert Schroeder have been sold off, netting more than $100,000 for the bankruptcy trustee investigating the former assemblyman's finances.
In a 3-2 vote Wednesday night, the Ridgewood Council approved the appointment of 17-year resident Roberta Sonenfeld to the village's top administration position, a seat that has been vacant since late last August.
Individuals will face hundreds of dollars in fines if caught smoking in public parks and municipal buildings now that the governing body passed an ordinance banning the habit from these locations.