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The Jersey Journal
Art review: 'Kenneth Kaminski - 9/11 Paintings' at Fairleigh Dickinson University
"Blue Sky Day" recapitulates the jetliner flying below the viewer's feet into a tower wall -- and hints at the political divisions it would leave in its wake.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Parent sues Teaneck district over child's bullying
The parent of a student who attended a township middle school last year has sued the district for allegedly failing to respond properly to the child's bullying under state law.
Judge refuses to cut bail for Hawthorne man accused in fatal farmers' market crash
A judge on Tuesday refused to cut the $200,000 bail of a Hawthorne man accused of plowing through a Hawthorne farmers' market with a pickup truck earlier this month, killing one and injuring two others.
Surveillance video leads to arrest in armed robbery of Hackensack gas station
Surveillance video led city police to arrest two Hackensack teenagers last week in connection with a gas station armed robbery earlier in the month, authorities said.
Mon Aug 25, 2014
Woman seeks to erase atomic spying case conviction
Miriam Moskowitz leaves federal court with her lawyer Guy Eddon, Monday Aug. 25, 2014 in New York after trying to clear her name after she was convicted in 1950 of conspiracy in the run-up to the atomic spying trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg.
Hackensack to break ground on new performing arts venue to replace parking lot
The landscaped site will be nestled in a triangle bordered by Warren Street on the south, State Street on the west and Atlantic Street running on the north side.
Two Mahwah men plead guilty in simple assault plea
Two Mahwah men pleaded guilty Monday for their roles in a 2013 attempted "drug" sale in which they offered fake cocaine to a teenager that ended with one man assaulting the victim when he grew suspicious and walked away without purchasing the white powder.
Punk Rockers X Headline TNT Fest
Just before X took the stage at the Made in America Festival in Philadelphia two years ago, Chris Cornell was staring at the punk icons.
Fri Aug 22, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Hackensack man facing child pornography charges
HACKENSACK - A 53-year-old city man was arrested Wednesday on charges he possessed and distributed child pornography on the Internet, according to prosecutors.
Wed Aug 20, 2014
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Hackensack police release - knockout' assault video
A video of a man's sudden, vicious attack on a passer-by in what city police warn may be among the first local incidents of the "knockout game" was released from a store surveillance camera Wednesday.
Hackensack police seek man wanted for 3 knock-out assaults
They say the suspect targeted two men in their 50s and one in his 20s, punching them all in the head.
N.J. police searching for a knockout gamea suspect after 3 attacks
Police in North Jersey are searching for a man suspected of punching three victims Monday night in a string of apparent "knockout game" attacks.
Ridgefield Park vet tech facing 71 counts of animal cruelty accepts plea deal
On Tuesday, Edison Davalos, a vet tech at the Ridgefield Park Animal Hospital in Hackensack, New Jersey pleaded guilty to 11 counts of animal cruelty involving more than two dozen purebred German shepherds kept in overcrowded and filthy conditions reported northjersey.com.
Photos: 10 locals selected as the first Bergen County Legends
Ten notable Bergenites have been selected as the first Bergen County Legends: John Borg, Mary Higgins Clark, James Gandolfini, Joyce Kilmer, Oratam, Les Paul, Bob McGrath, Bill Parcels, Wally Schirra and Elizabeth Cady Stanton.
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Judge rejects second challenge to Bergen Justice County Center construction bid
A state appeals court judge on Tuesday cleared the way for work to begin on building Bergen County's new justice center by denying a Wood-Ridge company's request to halt work on the project until its lawsuit against the county can be decided.
Hackensack cops seek - knockout game' suspect after three assaults
Authorities are investigating what is believed to be the city's first incident of the "knockout game" after three men were punched Monday night.
Madoff worker seeks sentencing delay
A 76-year Paramus man who has pleaded guilty to conspiracy to commit securities fraud while working for Bernard Madoff has asked to the court postpone his sentencing, in part due to ill health.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
Non-profits news: Week of August 18, 2014
Palisades Medical Center will hold a casino night at 6 p.m. Aug. 21 at Waterside, 7800 River Road, North Bergen, featuring a buffet dinner followed by gambling, a 50/50 and raffles.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Kelly: Hackensack strategist is key to Bergen Democrats' hopes
Bergen's Democratic Party threw a shindig for itself one evening this month. But the gathering was hardly a low-key affair befitting a political organization that has been struggling mightily in recent years to change its image and boost its campaign treasury.