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Historical Society names first 'Bergen County Legends'
It's not exactly the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but Bergen County now has its first group of official superstars, 10 "extraordinary individuals, living or departed" who have made a mark on New Jersey: Bergen County Legends.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Keeping cyclists safe from cars on perilous Route 9W proving a challenge
The problem: ensuring the safety of thousands of bicyclists cruising scenic - and dangerous - Route 9W along the Hudson River on weekends.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
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A ?friend who is conservative and ?Jewish asks a question: "Given ?Obama's hostile treatment of ?Israel, isn't it time for Jews to have their Ronald Reagan moment?" By that, he means when the Gipper said, "I didn't leave the Democratic Party.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
Taxpayers Foot Christie's $6.5 Million 'BridgeGate' Legal Bill
A new report released by New Jersey authorities shows that taxpayers are being socked with a $6.5 million legal bill in part for Gov. Chris Christie's defense over allegations of political corruption in what came to be known as the "Bridgegate" probe.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Asbury Park Press
August: New Jersey's cruelest monthAugust: New Jersey's cruelest...
August: New Jersey's cruelest month August, that dead time in the late summer, has had its laughs at the expense of those in power Check out this story on app.com: http://on.app.com/1oCsGgU In this Thursday, Aug. 12, 2004 file photograph, New Jersey Gov. James.
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Christie's office billed $6.51 million in legal fees related to GWB scandal
The law firm Governor Christie hired to represent his office and investigate what his staff did in the George Washington Bridge scandal has billed $6.51 million for work through April according to documents released Friday.
Christie's office billed nearly $6.6 million in legal fees for GWB scandal
The law firm Governor Christie hired to represent his office and investigate what his staff did in the George Washington Bridge scandal has billed nearly $6.6 million for work through April according to documents released Friday.
Fort Lee man arrested in identity theft scheme, accused of defrauding banks of $100,000
One man is behind bars and another is at large following a month-long identity theft investigation where more than $100,000 was stolen from area banks, authorities said.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Wed Aug 13, 2014
Englewood Cliffs rolls back high-rise zoning
Construction of buildings taller than 35 feet will, once again, not be allowed in the borough, with the repeal of zoning that permitted high-rise development near the Palisades.
Asbury Park Press
1 year after "time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee''
Former Chris Christie administration staffer Bridget Kelly now knows that what you say in cyberspace cannot be taken back.
Tue Aug 12, 2014
Clarks Hometown News Patriot
Lottery losers don't make news
The New Jersey Lottery does not make information available showing the number of losers, but the agency that administers state-run gambling announced that winners claimed more than $6.2 million in top-tier annuity prizes during June, including a $2 million scratch-off Mega Cash ticket that was purchased at a Tinton Falls deli by a retired VietNam ... (more)
Mon Aug 11, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Fort Lee mayor at center of 'Bridgegate' stumps for county executive candidate Jim Tedesco
FORT LEE - Mark Sokolich, the Fort Lee mayor who believes that allies of Gov. Chris Christie gridlocked his city with traffic for nearly a week because he didn't support the governor's 2013 re-election bid, is supporting a Democrat in the local county executive's race.
Fri Aug 08, 2014
Bergen County candidates stick to an old-fashioned habit and campaign door-to-door
In an age when social media, robo-calls, 30-second ads and direct mail have defined the way politics is practiced in America, candidates in Bergen County still adhere to an old-fashioned habit.
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Stile: Legislature's - courtesy' rule bogs down courts in Bergen County
The practice of "senatorial courtesy" allows state senators to delay or blackball a vote on any gubernatorial nominee from their home county, and that has stalled the replacements for seven state Superior Court judges.
Thu Aug 07, 2014
Firm hired to assist in search for next Fort Lee superintendent
A Board of Education committee charged with leading the search for a permanent superintendent has scrapped an earlier plan to work under the guidance of the district's interim superintendent, opting to hire an outside search firm instead.
Pedestrian struck, killed by school bus in Leonia ID'd as Fort Lee woman
A Fort Lee woman and cafA© owner, beloved as "the mother of everyone" in her neighborhood, was killed by a school bus Thursday morning as she crossed a roadway at Broad Avenue and Fort Lee Road.
The Newark Star-Ledger
Fort Lee woman killed by bus in Leonia was dragged 71 feet, police say
LEONIA - Other drivers had to a alert a bus driver that she'd struck a Fort Lee woman and was dragging her along a Leonia road on Thursday morning before she stopped - approximately 71 feet after she'd hit the woman, police said.
60-year-old Leyla Kan struck, killed by school bus in Leonia
A school bus driver is charged with traffic violations in a fatal pedestrian accident in Leonia, according to borough Police Chief Thomas Rowe.