4 hrs ago
Road Warrior: An offer to keep Route 17 safe
As traffic on Route 17 south roared past her house near where a Waldwick cop was hit and killed while watching for speeders last month, Lisa Sheriff made a suggestion that someday might save another officer's life.
4 hrs ago
Road Warrior: A safer way to police speeders? Route 17 neighbors offer their help
Lisa Sheriff, right, with her daughter Jacqueline, says police checking for speeders along Route 17 in Waldwick can park in her driveway to stay safe.
21 hrs ago
Bergen County sees new wave of luxury car thefts
Luxury cars are once again disappearing from driveways and coffee shops in an organized fashion, just months after state police charged 29 men in the takedown of an international carjacking ring.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Fair Lawn moving company facing multiple violations
A moving company is facing a litany of complaints filed by Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman on July 24, according to a release.
Ciszak named to Kids & Chefs Cook for Success
Thomas Ciszak, the executive chef and partner of Chakra in Paramus, has been named the official New Jersey Celebrity Chef for the inaugural Kids & Chefs Cook for Success program.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
Young Mahwah environmental activist is NJ's latest - Hero' [video]
Tuesday's schedule was just as nature-friendly: harvesting beets with New Jersey's first lady, Mary Pat Christie, in a garden his group, Mahwah Environmental Volunteers Organization or MEVO, built with safe techniques on polluted land donated by the Bergen Community College.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Roadside memorials: Why mark the spot where a friend or loved one died?
A roadside memorial on Alps Road in Wayne. Family and friends often will leave mementos, religious items and photos at the scene of a loved one's death.
Mahwah environmentalist to be named an N.J. hero by First Lady Mary Pat Christie
New Jersey's first lady will honor a Mahwah environmentalist with a New Jersey hero award during a ceremony at the community garden at Bergen Community College.
Grants move Paramus closer to turf field
The Paramus Mayor and Council announced it received grants to go toward the installation of a synthetic turf soccer field at East Brook Middle School.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
New Jersey Herald
Wrong-way driver faces DWI charge
Drunken driving charges have been filed against a man who was only wearing boxer shorts and driving the wrong way when his car overturned on a northern New Jersey highway.
Arab-Americans take on hate
"[This week] several members of New York City's Arab-American community filed into the Good Shephard's Lutheran Church in Bay Ridge, Brooklyn for the launch of the Take On Hate campaign, a media and policy campaign orchestrated around tackling perceptions of Arab and Muslim-Americans in the United States.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Bergen County Moving Company Accused of Holding Customers' Items Hostage
The owners of a Bergen County moving company provided artificially low estimates to customers and then threatened to drive off with their belongings if they didn't immediately pay as much as double the original quote, the Attorney General's Office said.
Paramus: Police Blotter, July 25
EDITOR'S NOTE: Town News compiles "Police Blotter" from information provided by area police departments.
The Paramus Post
Mayor and Council Meeting July 23 2014
Changed from Tuesday evening to Wednesday evening for the summer months, the members of the Council were available to visit the Terrific Tuesdays at the Paramus Bandshell.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
Waldwick police return to duty from six days of mourning
Like a family, they dealt with tragedy by coming together for meals, to reminisce about good times and to plan services for their fallen colleague.
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Fair Lawn mover cited for fraud
Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs today announced the filing of a complaint against Moving Max Inc. of Fair Lawn, and its owners, Adam Eliad, 32, and Oziel Eliad, 60, both of Paramus, for repeatedly offering artificially low estimates to consumers, and then once in possession of their goods, ... (more)
Wed Jul 23, 2014
The Paramus Post
Paramus Awarded U.S. Soccer Foundation Grant
The Borough of Paramus is proud to announce it has been awarded approximately $62,370 in grant funding, through the U.S. Soccer Foundation, which will be allocated towards the installation of a synthetic turf soccer field at the East Brook Middle School.
California Pizza Chain To Open In Wayne And Paramus
A California-based chain known as the "Chipotle of pizza" has plans to open on Route 4 in Wayne and Paramus this fall.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
El Al sticks to Newark-Tel Aviv route
Even as U.S. carriers suspended service to Israel Tuesday because of ongoing warfare, El Al Israel Airlines continued to fly between the New York City area and Tel Aviv's Ben Gurion International Airport.