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Police: Hackensack man attacked with mirror found bloodied in closet after 13 hours
HACKENSACK - A city resident lay bleeding in his closet for nearly 13 hours after he was severely beaten by a Bronx man, police said Friday.
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Robert Cusick appointed senior VP and lending officer
Bank of New Jersey, headquartered at 1365 Palisade Ave. in Fort Lee , has appointed Robert Cusick to the position of senior vice president and lending officer.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Hackensack's drug sweep is largest in city's history, officials say
Hackensack police officers walk Charles Williams from the station to a patrol car to transport him to Bergen County Jail.
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NJ Transit buses still banned from Hackensack-Teaneck bridge, but repairs may be coming
Bergen County imposed the weight limit on the crossing between Hackensack and Teaneck in September 2012 after discovering the bridge needed extensive repairs.
Inserra joins Hackensack and Ramsey residents for wellness challenge
Inserra Supermarkets is teaming up with the Borough of Ramsey and City of Hackensack for their community-wide wellness and weight-loss challenges.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Immigrant groups rally at Liberty State Park against deportations
At Liberty State Park, participants, which included clergy, faith leaders and youth, carried placards and then chanted in both English and Spanish "You can't stop justice" and "You can't stop liberty."
Winning Lottery Ticket Purchased At Avenel Pathmark in Woodbridge
A winning lottery ticket was purchased at the Avenel Pathmark in Woodbridge: Carole Hedinger, New Jersey Lottery Executive Director, announced that there were no jackpot or second prize New Jersey winners of the Mega Millions game, but there were four third prize winners for the Friday, February 28 drawing.
The new seafood restaurant in Hackensack added Sunday brunch.
The Oceanaire Seafood Room at The Shops at Riverside in Hackensack is now serving brunch from noon to 4 p.m. on Sunday.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Ex-Haworth officer accused of lying on job applications as trial opens
A former Haworth police officer, forced to resign from his job for undisclosed reasons, lied about it in leaving that out of his employment history when later applying for jobs with the Waldwick police and Bergen County Sheriff's departments, an assistant prosecutor said Tuesday.
New Exhibit by New Jersey Artist Marsha Heller to Open at Riverside Gallery, 4/12
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.
Mon Mar 03, 2014
For North Jersey, a day to savor the storm that wasn't
A man trying to enter the Bergen County Courthouse on Monday in Hackensack, which was closed after Governor Christie declared a state of emergency that shuttered state offices in anticipation of an overnight snowstorm.
Funeral services set for Paterson teen killed in dog attack
PATERSON - An eighth-grader at Paterson 's Don Bosco Tech Academy, the victim in this weekend's fatal dog attack did well in school.
Love & Hip Hop's Rashidah Ali Theatened With Jail Time For Probation Violations
Love & Hip Hop star Rashidah Ali received a warning from a Hackensack, New Jersey judge last week - adhere to your probation requirements or go to jail.
Sun Mar 02, 2014
MSNBC begins airing documentary from Hackensack jail
A tearful phone call from a man accused of providing an unregistered gun used in a shootout with Hackensack police.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Some see Teaneck billboard plan as threat to last undeveloped stretch of Route 4
The township can keep the last undeveloped stretch of Route 4, among the most commercialized highways in the state, free of billboards, or it can lease town land for the money the roadside advertisement would bring in to help prop up municipal services.
Fri Feb 28, 2014
East Rutherford names Joseph Abate interim superintendent
EAST RUTHERFORD - The East Rutherford Board of Education appointed former Lyndhurst Superintendent Joseph Abate as Interim Superintendent at its meeting Thursday, Feb. 27. The vote was 4-0.
Emerson councilman resigns amid election fraud charges
Ron Griffin, who on Thursday stepped down from the position that he had held for two months, also had applied for a two-year diversionary court program on Wednesday.
Students show off science skills at charter school fair in Clifton
CLIFTON - Bergen Arts and Science, a Charter school with a campus in Clifton , will have its brightest students on display at the annual competitive science fair tomorrow at the former Pope John Paul II elementary school.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Man suspected in cold cases has worn monitoring device since 2006
HACKENSACK - The city man arrested in a massive drug sweep this week who police suspect may have links to unsolved child killings is no longer on parole but wears a GPS ankle bracelet that tracks his movements, authorities said.