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Hackensack's city manager is forced to resign
HACKENSACK - The City Council asked the city manager to step down Monday afternoon, four months after reappointing him and granting him a one-year contract in a move that sparked criticism because of his ties to the embattled former administration.
Mon Dec 09, 2013
Race for District 38 Assembly seat narrows in Bergen County recount
The long race for a state assembly seat in District 38 narrowed Monday as a recount of paper ballots in Bergen County trimmed a lead by Assemblyman Tim Eustace, D- Maywood , over his closest Republican challenger Rochelle Park Mayor Joseph Scarpa from 54 to 36 votes.
Bergen County Police say goodbye to old headquarters
The Bergen County Police bid farewell Monday to the only home the department has known since 1937, leaving in a caravan to the department's new headquarters in Paramus after a brief, chilly ceremony.
Sun Dec 08, 2013
'RHONJ' Lexi and Dina Manzo run into One Direction's Harry Styles
Dina Manzo attends the Project Ladybug/L.K. Bennett event at the Bloomingdale's The Shops at Riverside on May 31, 2012 in Hackensack, New Jersey.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
For thousands in New Jersey,still no policy-renewal answers
For thousands in New Jersey, still no policy-renewal answers The Record [Hackensack, NJ], by Michael Phillis and Lindy Washburn Despite the reprieve granted by President Obama, most of the 800,000 people in New Jersey who have been told their health policies canA t be renewed next year still donA t know whether theyA ll get to keep their plans when ... (more)
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Vatican survey asks Catholics to weigh in on church's most controversial social issues
A file photo of William Reilly during a Mass in the Spanish language at Most Holy Name Church in Garfield.
The Jersey Journal
Lawyers: Couple charged in $2M robbery at luxury Edgewater high-rise...
HACKENSACK - A couple from Edgewater pleaded not guilty to helping assault and rob the owner of their luxury apartment building of last month - and their lawyers claim they are the victims of a setup.
Old County Police station to be shuttered
Bergen County officials will mark the official closing of the old County Police headquarters at 66 Zabriskie Street in Hackensack with a ceremony at 11 a.m. on Monday.
Hackensack inspectors issue 65 code violations for launch of 'Project Pride'
HACKENSACK - City inspectors issued 65 code enforcement violations in a four-week period following the launch of "Project Pride," an effort to improve the city and make it more attractive to investors.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Hackensack officials demand clerk to step down
HACKENSACK - The Mayor and Council is demanding that the city clerk resign from her position, claiming that she has failed to perform her duties.
Community responds to blood drive for Little Ferry BOE member
Colleen Tronlone fills out the paperwork before submitting a sample to test for a bone marrow match.
Domestic violence victims have bevy of resources to help
Victims of domestic violence in New Jersey will now have the right to take time off from work, thanks to a new law in the state, which will allow up to 20 days off within a 12-month period.
Christmas club did the job in pre-mall days
The Christmas shopping season got off to a much more leisurely start when I was a boy growing up in Bergen County in the days before World War II.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Trial opens for Cliffside Park man charged in slaying, dismemberment
A Cliffside Park man urged an accomplice to "finish" another borough man with a knife during a domestic dispute and later helped with dismembering the victim's body, an assistant Bergen County prosecutor said in laying out the state's case Tuesday.
Wharton hosting jobs fair at public library on Wednesday
A customer pushes a shopping cart outside the Costco store in Hackensack. The Wharton Costco store is expected to be among companies seeking employees at the jobs fair in Wharton.
Oceanaire to open Dec. 9
The Oceanaire Seafood Room will open its doors on Monday, Dec. 9 in The Shops at Riverside in Hackensack, the company announced this morning.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Sick time payouts a budget burden for Hackensack and other Bergen County towns
Hackensack 's welfare director made headlines when she cut off public assistance to a homeless man who failed to report an $850 reward he earned for doing a good deed.
The Newark Star-Ledger
Paterson residents had 680 bags of heroin in minivan at bowling alley, Hackensack police say
The Hackensack Police Department received a call just after midnight Sunday about people smoking marijuana in a minivan outside of Bowler City, Capt.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Hackensack naval museum hosts Pearl Harbor ceremony
World War II Navy Veteran Joseph H. Bremmer of Hackensack salutes the flag during the annual Pearl Harbor Day service at the New Jersey Naval Museum in Hackensack.