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Police arrest second suspect in West Milford robbery
Police now have both men in custody who allegedly committed armed robbery at a local farm earlier this month with the second man turning himself in yesterday.
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Wyckoff man arrested in Hawthorne a day after stealing his grandmother's car
A Wyckoff man was arrested in Hawthorne for possession of heroin just a day after being arrested for stealing and selling his grandmother's car for heroin.
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Little Falls field getting remake courtesy of Passaic County grant
Little Falls has received a $81,743 grant to improve Railroad Field with new drainage and other amenities.
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The Record: United policing
EARLIER THIS week, Paterson Mayor Joey Torres made headlines when he joined Newark Mayor Ras Baraka and Jersey City Mayor Steven Fulop at a press conference to announce that the state's three biggest cities would be looking for ways to partner in fighting violent crime, the drug trade and gang activities, among other possible initiatives.
Wed Jul 30, 2014
Paterson Store Sells Winning Lottery Ticket
TRENTON, N.J. A Paterson resident is about to receive a nice pay day without having to do a single minute of work.
Paterson man found guilty in Dunkin Donuts robbery
A Paterson man who had been tracked down by DNA evidence was convicted Wednesday of robbing a Dunkin Donuts in Clifton four years ago.
Herbert S. Alterman
Herbert S. Alterman, who served on the Superior Court bench in Passaic County for 16 years, died Saturday.
Tue Jul 29, 2014
The Verona-Cedar Grove Times
Jurors to begin deliberations in trial of Paterson man accused of Clifton Dunkin Donuts robbery
Jurors will start deliberating Wednesday in the trial of a Paterson man who prosecutors say robbed a Dunkin Donuts in Clifton and was tracked down with DNA evidence from a jacket and hat that he discarded.
Paterson school board member not seeking re-election
Wendy Guzman will not be seeking a third term on the city's Board of Education. Guzman was not among the nine people who filed petitions by Monday's deadline to run in the upcoming school board race, the first time the city is holding its Board of Education election in November.
Police: Wyckoff man stole grandmothera s car, sold it for heroin in Paterson
WYCKOFF - A 22-year-old Wyckoff man was arrested and charged with stealing his grandmother's car from the parking lot of a township church and selling it to feed his heroin habit, police said Tuesday.
The Record: 'Deadbeat dads'
WHEN IT comes to persuading parents to make good on overdue child support payments, the court system in New Jersey tries mightily, if sometimes not altogether successfully, to get so-called "deadbeat parents" to pay what they owe.
Mon Jul 28, 2014
Clifton school board race finds five debating district openness
Five candidates are vying for three seats on the Board of Education this November in a race that has revived debates about government transparency and several controversial votes this year.
Paterson man pleads not guilty on attempted murder charge
A Paterson man pleaded not guilty Monday to an attempted murder charge in connection with a shooting in the city's 4th Ward four months ago that left another city man wounded.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
'Our problem is not with Jewish religion...it's with the occupation' says imam
Despite the massacres surrounding the Palestinian/Israeli conflict, a New Jersey imam is still calling for peace from both sides, and explains why Islam has been misunderstood, and why leaders amongst the conflict have lost sight of their religious convictions all together.
North Jersey empty-nesters move downtown
Since she moved from a single-family home to an apartment in downtown Englewood, Linda Kourakos has been able to spend less time in the car and more time on foot.
Food pantries face summer shortage but high demand
Greater need, fewer donations - it is the annual summer plight of food pantries in North Jersey and around the state.
Sat Jul 26, 2014
Kevin Macfie, left, and Adnan Manla, both in Bergen County Jail for...
Kevin Macfie, left, and Adnan Manla, both in Bergen County Jail for failing to pay child support.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Bacon & Graham's artful gift marks historical bond with Paterson
Having provided jobs in Paterson for 75 years, a company whose history is woven deep into the fabric of the city's storied silk industry this week celebrated that connection in artful style.
Asbury Park Press
Five child deaths came during NJ involvementFive child deaths came...
Five child deaths came during NJ involvement Five cases were known to child welfare workers prior to unnatural deaths Check out this story on app.com: http://on.app.com/1mO58iw Giovanna Rojas, 32, and Michael Rojas, 37, of Toms River, stand during their initial appearance in state Superior Court in Toms River Feb. 18. They were arrested and charged ... (more)