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State legislature considers e-cigarette tax; many communities banning public use
Tobacco shop owner Robert Reichert says his e-cigarette is helping him kick the habit.
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4 hrs ago
Former Haworth cop acquitted of charge he lied during in job application
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.
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The Jersey Journal
Authorities: Hackensack man attacked with mirror dies, murder charges filed
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.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
Officials ban smoking in Hackensack parks and municipal buildings
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.
Employers need to guard against 'BYOD' breaches
HASBROUCK HEIGHTS - North Jersey companies need to institute formal policies regarding employees using their own cellphones, laptops and tablets for work, to mitigate the risk of data breaches, several workplace-law attorneys warned Wednesday.
Widespread backlog roils NJ health insurance market
Customers are having trouble getting proof-of-insurance cards on all types of health insurance policies.
Ft. Lee installing cameras in all public schools
Nearly a year after the school board set aside funds to enhance security - an action it took after the 2012 Newtown, Conn., school shooting - the Board of Education this week hired Millennium Communications Group Inc. for $234,500 to purchase and install the cameras and to train personnel on how to use the equipment.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
River Vale motorist cleared of wrongdoing in fatal Hackensack car-pedestrian accident
HACKENSACK - City prosecutors have dropped two summonses filed against a woman whose vehicle struck and killed well-known business owner Jerome Some, clearing her of all wrongdoing in the case, her lawyer said Wednesday.
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Local Artist, Marsha Heller, Returns to Exhibit New Works at The Riverside Gallery
Marsha Heller of Leonia will present "New Pastels and Paintings" from April 9-26, 2014 at The Riverside Gallery, Suite 201, located at The Shops at Riverside, Hackensack Avenue at Route 4 in Hackensack, New Jersey.
Hackensack man charged in alleged sex assault on girl
A 25-year-old Hackensack man has been charged with sexually assaulting a girl, Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli said Wednesday in a release.
Subpoenas served in investigation of Hackensack public relations consultant
HACKENSACK - The Bergen County Prosecutor's office has served subpoenas to Bergen County , Hackensack and North Arlington seeking information about the employment of a public relations consultant who works for all three government entities, sources have told The Record.
Tue Mar 11, 2014
Parents say video confirms Hackensack teacher assaulted their son
HACKENSACK - Police are investigating an accusation by parents of a student athlete that a middle-school teacher physically assaulted their son at the school last week, in an incident that was caught on video surveillance.
White Lodging Chosen To Manage The Marriott At Glenpointe
White Lodging, one of the fastest-growing, fully-integrated independent hotel ownership, development and management companies in the country, has been selected to manage the Marriott at Glenpointe in Teaneck, N.J. The 345-room hotel and conference center is part of the Glenpointe complex, one of northern New Jersey's foremost mixed-use ... (more)
Hillsdale man charged for alleged possession of steroids and syringes
Hillsdale police have charged Shain Prefi, a 24-year-old borough resident, for the alleged possession of steroids and syringes they found at his St. Nicholas Avenue home last weekend.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
North Jersey carwash profits piled up with the snow
Customers at the Spotless Auto Laundry on River Street in Hackensack on Monday. Business at the carwash is up nearly 30 percent this winter.
Hackensack police investigating claims that middle school student was hit
HACKENSACK - Police are investigating claims by parents of a student athlete that a middle school teacher physically assaulted their son at the school last week, in an incident that was caught on video surveillance.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Suburbs are the new front in North Jersey's war on drugs
When Ramsey Police Chief Bryan Gurney heard that the primary suspect in a recent heroin overdose death of a borough teenager was not a local kid or a Paterson street dealer - but rather, a 44-year-old father from Upper Saddle River - he thought county investigators were "mistaken," he recalled.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Ex-con who nearly killed Hackensack police director sentenced in Virginia gun case
A man convicted of nearly killing Hackensack's police director more than two decades ago was sentenced Friday to 5 1/2 years in prison in a federal gun case, according to a published report and court records.
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
Cliffside Park man sentenced to 28 years for raping 2 pre-teen girls
"Serkan Seyrek was the monster that so many parents tell their children doesn't exist," Catherine Fantuzzi, an assistant Bergen County prosecutor said in Superior Court in Hackensack .