Israeli man charged in Tenafly assault case
Borough police have taken custody of an Israeli citizen who allegedly assaulted a former business associate last week, and have served him with a warrant.
Tenafly moving to add police presence in schools
A newly hired, armed school resource officer likely will be walking the halls of the high school and middle school starting in September.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Man suspected of assaulting Tenafly resident arrested at airport
A man wanted by police for allegedly assaulting a Tenafly resident in his home was picked up by U.S. Customs and Port Authority Police late Tuesday night as he attempted to board an international flight at JFK Airport.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Bicyclist taken to hospital after being struck by car in Tenafly
A bicyclist was struck by a car at the intersection of Churchill and Devon roads on Monday night, authorities said.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
N.J. approves funding for special-needs housing in Tenafly
Bergen County's United Way has secured funding for an affordable special-needs housing project that has faced challenges obtaining financing.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
The Importance of Music Video Promotion
The following is a transcript of their discussion. Jesse: This interview is rewarding for anybody who's an artist or in a band and wants to see some of the hidden gears of how a music video secures exposure.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Security Sales & Integration
Forensic Alarm Expert to Publish 'Alarm Science Manual'
Forensic Alarm Industry Expert Jeff Zwirn's "Alarm Science Manual" provides expert assistance, forensic knowledge, advanced methodologies, countermeasures, technical expertise, and expert guidance for installing security and monitoring contractors.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Tenafly weighs start-up cost to televise council meetings
The Borough Council must invest $6,000 if it wants to televise its public meetings - money that would pay for hardware and software to get the program started.
Englewood is hiring light-rail consultant
An outside consultant will review NJ Transit's newest assessment of the environmental impact from a light rail system, to ensure the city does not experience any ill effects regarding traffic or parking if the transportation system is extended to the region.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Tenafly honors late Medal of Honor recipient
For years, when local organizations held events at the nameless driveway across from the post office, Councilman Jon Warms would squirm.
Glen Rock Student Takes First in Bergen County High School Writing Contest
The following was submitted to Patch by Bergen Community College. Six Bergen County high school students claimed first-place honors in categories such as poetry and drama in the 38th annual Bergen County High School Writing Contest sponsored by the Bergen Community College English department.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
Tropical Storm Arthur causes some North Jersey towns to review July 4th plans
Tropical Storm Arthur won't directly impact North Jersey, but heavy rain moving into the area is leading some local town officials to contemplate whether to postpone or cancel parades and other outdoor celebrations for the July 4 weekend.