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Wayne Valley Track and Field Wins County Title
The Wayne Valley Indians won their first Passaic County track and field title Wednesday by defeating Passaic Tech 116-94, NorthJersey.com reported .
Sat May 18, 2013
Defeated Passaic candidate vows to sue over election results
Defeated Passaic mayoral candidate Jose Sandoval, wearing striped tie, was among a group testing voting machines Friday.
Fri May 17, 2013
Hundreds of N.J. towns to crack down on drivers not wearing seat belts
A Hillside police officer writes a ticket to a driver who wasn't wearing a seat belt in this Star-Ledger file photo.
Clifton councilwoman's home vandalized; teen charged
CLIFTON - Good police work led to the arrest of a Passaic teen who has been charged with cooking up a plan to vandalize Councilwoman Mary Sadrakula's house with eggs in March.
Golf: West Milford's McCormack, Wayne Hills win Passaic titles.
West Milford junior Chris McCormack won today's Passaic County Championship by two strokes with 4-over 73 at the Preakness Valley GC West Course in Wayne.
Wyckoff Fire Department Honored with Boye Award
The following release was sent by the Wyckoff YMCA : Wyckoff Family YMCA members and the community came out in numbers to celebrate the Wyckoff Fire Department at the Y's 31st Annual "Friends of the Y" Dinner held on Wednesday, April 24 at the Wyckoff Y. On behalf of the Y's Board of Directors, Lee Parker presented the award to Chief Lou Graglia.
Man arrested in alleged stalking of 5 Passaic County teens
Dominick Reda, 46, was charged with several counts of stalking and harassment charges after being arrested Thursday with his pants down, police said.
Thu May 16, 2013
NJ's TechLaunch announces second class of start-up companies get down to business
Mario Casabona, founder of TechLaunch, at its kickoff event Tuesday evening. Montclair State University is a co-sponsor of the training program for new businesses.
Wed May 15, 2013
3 Bernards Residents Were Victims of Identity Theft
Three Bernards Township residents were among the more than 70 people who made reports to 30 police departments within the last year or so that they were the victims of identity theft, prompting a statewide investigation that led to the arrest of 11 people earlier this month, authorities said.
Report: Property taxes hit new high in New Jersey
New Jersey's average property tax bill grew to $7,885 last year, another record high according to newly released state data, and one that appears to be growing slower than it has in past years.
New Jersey Herald
Couple faces charges in ski trail crash
As New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas Fisher visited the Sussex County Fairgrounds on Tuesday, he could see the excitement in the eyes of the kindergartners.
Tue May 14, 2013
Paterson man charged as alleged drug dealer
PATERSON - A city resident was arrested Tuesday afternoon and charged with selling crack cocaine and heroin after law enforcement authorities watched him make a drug sale, Passaic County Sheriff Richard Berdnik said.
Ex-Hills Football Player's $15M Lawsuit Dismissed In Part
A portion of a federal lawsuit filed by one of nine former Wayne Hills High School football players accused of the aggravated assault of two students found beaten and left in the street was dismissed in federal court on Monday.
Mon May 13, 2013
The Alternative Press
Eastside Scores PCT Baseball Win Over Clifton
The Eastside varsity baseball team rallied for three runs in the fifth inning and went on to a 4-2 victory over Clifton in the opening round of the Passaic County Tournament on Monday afternoon.
Health Care Procedures Costlier in Passaic Than in Morris County
Four common medical procedures cost more in Passaic County than they do for their Morris County neighbors, according to data from New Choice Health , a private company that encourages people to become smarter health care consumers.
An eel walks into a bar ...
Raymond A. Edel has worked at The Record for 30 years. As calendar & listings editor, he also produces two weekly columns: "From The Ground Up" and "Radio Waves." Edel is a certified Rutgers University master gardener and has been the president of the Master Gardener Association of Passaic County from 2010 to present.
Sun May 12, 2013
North Jersey gun dealers oppose legislation to regulate explosive powders Concern over DIY bombs
These powders can be used as the explosive ingredient in pipe bombs, as was the case in the 1999 Columbine High School massacre, and in making pressure-cooker bombs, the device used in the recent Boston attack and in the failed car-bombing attempt in Times Square in 2010.
Sat May 11, 2013
Softball: Bergen and Passaic County Tournaments Schedule Update
Here's an updated schedule on the Bergen and Passaic County Tournament. 75% of the BCT games were postponed from today to tomorrow, with Saddle Brook being the lone host site that is trying to get its games in.
Fri May 10, 2013
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NJ cops: 'Bomb' vest harmless, likely a movie prop
A frightened New Jersey thrift shop owner raced to get all her customers out when she said her husband discovered a blinking device that looked like a bomb vest amid a box of items they had purchased in a storage locker auction.
Jury awards $75G punitive damage to Passaic County sheriff's captain in whistleblower case
The jury found that the county and the sheriff's executive staff engaged in "actual malice or willful disregard" of the rights of Capt.