Tuesday May 14
Polish community featured in Wallington history book
Kathie Sadowsky, co-owner of Kathie and Glen's Sizzling Steaks, Wojciech Siemaskiewicz and Councilwoman Celina Urbankowski were involved in the creation of a new book about Wallington's Polish community.
Mon May 13, 2013
Paramus Library officials seek funds to expand facility
Paramus Public Library officials recently asked the Mayor and Council for funds to build a 15,000-square-foot addition to the main library.
The Jersey Journal
Gov. Chris Christie will host town hall in Sayreville, police say
Governor Chris Christie during Governor Chris Christie's town hall held in Bergenfield on Tuesday, April 23, 2013.
Sun May 12, 2013
Many Latino immigrants across North Jersey must rely on wiring gifts, money to mom
Colombian immigrant Jonathan Marulanda is helped by Andrea and Alejandra Garcia at D'Prisa Multiservice on West Palisade Avenue in Englewood while shipping a package on Sunday to his mother in Colombia.
Then and Now: Woolworth
Clockwise from above, the 'W' in the sidewalk outside of the Woolworth on Main Street in Hackensack; the former headquarters in Watertown, N.Y., where the company's annual meeting was held each year until 1966; front view of the Woolworth in Montpelier, Vt., circa 1910; the Woolworth on South Washington Avenue in Bergenfield in 1997, the year the ... (more)
Thu May 09, 2013
The Paramus Post
Yitzi Cooks At Karina's Cuchina within Bloomingdale's Riverside Square
Seventeen year old Yitzi Taber from Bergenfield who's family observes the Orthodox Jewish religion, prepared a menu at Bloomingdale's on a Thursday evening.
Hubcap Joe's on Kinderkamack
Come on. How many times have you driven past Hubcap Joe's on Kinderkamack road and thought, "I'd love to stop in there." Not because you needed a hubcap, but because on a road punctuated by nail salons, Hubcap Joe's has a unique presence.
Paramus Library Needs More Space, Seeks Expansion
Paramus is considering a long time coming expansion to its public library which is said to be in dire need of more space.
Fri May 03, 2013
The Record: Mocking reform
THE BERGEN County Freeholders' decision to increase the limit on contributions to county political organizations is a major step in the wrong direction and demonstrates a continued disinterest in pay-to-play reform.
Thu May 02, 2013
H.S. boys volleyball: Fair Lawn earns top seed in Bergen tournament
HACKENSACK - Fair Lawn , the No. 1 team in The Record Top 5, was awarded the top seed for the Bergen County boys volleyball tournament during Wednesday night's seeding meeting.
Wed May 01, 2013
Road Warrior: Are cops work-zone baby-sitters? a work zone is anything but simple
Similar questions - like this one from Al, a Bergenfield reader - rankle ratepayers who recognize that their utility bills pay for police assigned to work zones.
Thu Apr 25, 2013
Little Ferry's Memorial School gets high grade in latest report
LITTLE FERRY - Memorial School in Little Ferry is ranked high amongst its peers in the latest reports released by the New Jersey Department of Education.
Christie: Parental Consent Should Be Required To Sell Violent Video Games To Minors
Speaking at a town hall event Tuesday in Bergenfield, Christie said he has proposed new legislation that would require parental consent for children under the age of 18 to buy or rent video games that are rated either "mature" or "adult-only." "These video games are so graphic and violent that you cannot tell me that children who sit there on HD ... (more)
Capital Clips: Revenues that don't meet forecasts? Christie's fear
Gov. Chris Christie speaks during a town hall meeting at Conlon Hall at St. John the Evangelist RCC in Bergenfield, N.J. on Tuesday.
Wed Apr 24, 2013
The Jersey Journal
N.J. Politics Roundup: Christie pushes tax cut; casino could help Atlantic City
TRENTON - Gov. Chris Christie continued to push his tax-cut plan during a tax hall Tuesday in Bergenfield, calling out "Corzine Democrats." Earlier in the day, the Republican State Committee launched a website, CorzineDemocrats.com, that includes a countdown clock to count "the days that Corzine Democrats have blocked a tax cut for New Jersey' ... (more)
Is The Ugly Hand Of Trenton On Your Wallet? [AUDIO]
Governor Christie is now promoting his new middle-class tax cut plan at his town hall meetings, and blasting democratic lawmakers who are opposed to the plan, even those no longer in office.
Tue Apr 23, 2013
Asbury Park Press
Politicians gallop through N.J. and more in today's Daily Quickie
John the Evangelist Roman Catholic Church in Bergenfield. Before the event, Bergenfield Mayor Carlos Aguasvivas and Bergen County NAACP President Anthony Cureton hold a pre-emptive news conference to criticize the impact Christie's policies have had on the middle class, 1:30 p.m. at Cooper's Pond.
Mon Apr 22, 2013
Mayor and Council, BOE, Top the Week Ahead in New Milford
Governor hosting Town Hall Meeting in Bergenfield. Governor Chris Christie is hosting an open town hall meeting Tuesday in Bergenfield at Conlon Hall, St.