7 hrs ago
Two arrested in Paterson on stolen car charges
PATERSON Two city residents were arrested in the 4th Ward early Sunday after a Passic County Sheriff's Corporal used automated license plate reader to determine they were in a stolen car, officials said.
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7 hrs ago
Ringwood approves grant application for turf field for faux turf
Borough officials have received council approval to apply for a grant from the 2013 Passaic County Open Space and Farmland Preservation Fund program to help pay for the installation of a turf field.
12 hrs ago
Stories Worth The Telling - March 9, 2014: Broom straw and ice cream Broom straw and ice cream
When I left my rubber mill job in Butler to work as a carpenter's helper with a contractor building houses behind my mother's house at 11 Willow Ave. in Pompton Lakes , the whole area off Riverdale Boulevard was entirely different from what it has become.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
Wanaque man appointed president of Passaic County School Boards Association
Long time borough resident Dan Sinclair has been elected to serve as president of the Passaic County School Boards Association through January, 2015.
Number of North Jersey school districts with April elections continues to drop
The number of school districts opting to hold their elections this spring in Bergen and Passaic counties continues to dwindle.
Sat Mar 08, 2014
Englewood book drive helps schools in need
Lakenya Francis, who is a preschool teacher, searching for books Saturday to bring back to the Oakwood Avenue School in Orange.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Clifton man recovering from vicious attack police are calling a hate crime
JP Masterson met his attacker by offering his help. The man was muttering to himself in Polish and appeared lost.
Family and friends gather to remember 13-year-old boy who was mauled...
Family who financed their millionaire lifestyle with $7 MILLION shop-lifting spree face court: Mother, father and daughter lived in luxury $1.3M home 'on proceeds of stolen loot sold on eBay' Divorced father ordered to pay HALF his daughter's $225,000 Ivy League law school tuition after SHE cut contact with him 5 years ago 'Lock up your husbands!' ... (more)
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Once-notorious Passaic jail earns accreditation for medical-service excellence
The Passaic County Jail, once notorious for poor treatment of inmates, has received national accreditation for its new medical services unit and the quality of care it offers to people behind bars.
The Jersey Journal
Paterson fatal dog attack: Owner issued two summonses by animal-control
Paul Clarke and Trigger, a bull mastiff that killed a 13-year-old boy Friday. Clarke has now been issued two summonses, authorities said.
Groups launch effort to promote Obamacare to N.J. uninsured
With the Christie administration doing almost nothing to promote new health insurance options available to the uninsured through the Affordable Care Act, a coalition of non-profit and advocacy groups Wednesday announced its statewide enrollment goals and the launch of a grassroots campaign to reach them.
West Milford officials apply for grant to pave Belleau and Vine
Township of West Milford officials have applied for Community Development Block Grant funding to pave portions of Belleau Gateway and Vine Street in the West Milford Lakes area.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
The Alternative Press
The Future Backroom Deal for the City of Paterson
The recent report on more questionable payouts to Paterson mayors and city council members should be a wakeup call to all Patersonians.
Pedestrian killed on Route 3 in Clifton ID'd as Passaic woman
CLIFTON - Police on Wednesday identified the woman who was struck and killed Monday on Route 3 as a 39-year-old Passaic resident.
Two summonses issued to Paterson owner in fatal dog attack
PATERSON - The owner of the bull mastiff that killed a 13-year-old city boy on Friday has been issued two summonses, according to the city's animal control officer.
The Alternative Press
Beatles Night To Raise Money For Hunger Relief
This year marks the 50th anniversary of The Beatles' first performance in the United States.
Second of alleged gas station check kiters released
Dueling attorneys sparred in a Passaic County bail hearing Tuesday over whether two North Jersey gas station owners wrote bad checks totaling nearly $2 million for gasoline supplies in a calculated crime spree or just a business deal gone wrong.
Passaic City Council votes to reduce number of municipal court judges
Despite a public outcry from African-Americans, the Passaic city council voted Tuesday night to reduce the number of municipal court judges to two from three, effectively removing popular black jurist Karen Brown from the bench.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
Brick Council Approves Appointment of New Business Administrator
The Brick Township Council on Tuesday unanimously approved Mayor John Ducey's appointee to take over the business administrator position from Scott Pezarras.
Asbury Park Press
NJ student suing parents draws media maelstrom
The tale of Morris Catholic High School cheerleader and lacrosse player Rachel Canning suing her parents for financial support and access to her college fund has gone viral, attracting millions of readers around the country and reporters from London and Japan.