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Roadside memorials: Why mark the spot where a friend or loved one died?
A roadside memorial on Alps Road in Wayne. Family and friends often will leave mementos, religious items and photos at the scene of a loved one's death.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Clowns caught up in Westwood auto accident
A woman who had just performed a clown show at an elementary school crashed a Toyota sedan into a utility pole on Berkeley Avenue just before noon Monday, police and a witness said.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Non-profits news: Week of July 28, 2014
The de Snoep Winkel Gift Shop and Tea Room at the Christian Health Care Center will hold its annual indoor sidewalk sale from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Aug. 1 and Aug. 2 at 700 Mountain Ave., Wyckoff.
Teacher group rallies in Washington to protest Common Core, Arne Duncan
Gov. Chris Christie, pictured here during a campaign stop in Fair Lawn last fall, argued with BAT member Melissa Tomlinson about his views on teachers.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Fair Lawn Moving Company Accused of Holding Customers' Items Hostage
The owners of a Fair Lawn moving company provided artificially low estimates to customers and then threatened to drive off with their belongings if they didn't immediately pay as much as double the original quote, the Attorney General's Office said.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Waldwick police return to duty from six days of mourning
Like a family, they dealt with tragedy by coming together for meals, to reminisce about good times and to plan services for their fallen colleague.
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Fair Lawn mover cited for fraud
Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs today announced the filing of a complaint against Moving Max Inc. of Fair Lawn, and its owners, Adam Eliad, 32, and Oziel Eliad, 60, both of Paramus, for repeatedly offering artificially low estimates to consumers, and then once in possession of their goods, ... (more)
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
New Fair Lawn Board of Education member selected
Tratner will finish the remainder of Susan Gioia's term. Gioia resigned from the board in June.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Mon Jul 21, 2014
South Brunswick pedestrian struck by car on Route 27 dies of his injuries
SOUTH BRUNSWICK - A 60-year-old township man struck by a car earlier this month has died of his injuries, police said Monday.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Armored vehicles at the center of latest Bergen conflict
They were built to protect American soldiers in overseas war zones, multi-ton behemoths encased in enough steel to shield occupants from roadside bombs.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
The Paramus Post
General Wesley Clark coming to Bergen County in Support of Jim Tedesco
The race for Bergen County Executive does not normally attract the attention of Four-Star Generals, but on August 6th, General Wesley Clark will join Freeholder Jim Tedesco, the Democratic nominee for County Executive, for two events in support of Tedesco's campaign.
The Jersey Journal
'911' flag-draped casket heads to St. Aloysius in sea of blue procession
The casket of Jersey City Detective Melvin Santiago -- an American flag that flew over the ruins of the World Trade Center in 2001 draped over it -- made its way through Journal Square in Jersey City this morning as the funeral procession got underway.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Hillary Clinton draws 1,200 to book signing in Ridgewood
Most of those who turned out to meet former Secretary of State and first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton at her book signing at Bookends on Thursday afternoon left absolutely starstruck.
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.
Fair Lawn man charged with DUI, fleeing the scene: police
Three people were sent to the Jersey City Medical Center as a result of a crash that left two people entrapped in a vehicle that came to rest on its driver side.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Noodles and Co. Raises $5,000 for Fair Lawn Volunteer Fire Department
Noodles and Co.' s grand opening of its 400th location altogether garnered $5,000 in funds to go toward the Fair Lawn Volunteer Fire Department.
Seven start-ups present simple ideas at TechLaunch's Demo Day
From making roads and campuses safer to making parents and shoppers happier, the seven start-ups that pitched ideas Monday night at Montclair State University to potential investors all had one thing in common: a simple idea.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Fair Lawn man facing up to 20 years in prison for downloading child porn
A 24-year-old borough man is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to downloading images and videos of child sexual abuse at his parents' house, authorities said.
Fair Lawn to fix historic house
A historic home on Dunkerhook Road that predates the Revolutionary War is in need of some emergency repair work, according to the borough.