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Parades, services on tap for Memorial Day in North Jersey
Members of the Bergenfield High School Marching Band head up Prospect Avenue during last year's Memorial Day in Bergenfield.
Fri May 24, 2013
Totowa Police Department blotter: May 24, 2013
On May 24 at 9:11 a.m., Patrolman Nick Varcadipane observed a woman walking in traffic in the area of 845 Riverview Drive, a busy four lane road.
Record Number Graduates from Berkeley College
Almost 2,000 students graduated from Berkeley College marking a new high. Dario A. Cortes, PhD, President of Berkeley College, announce that students from Morris County recently received degrees from Berkeley College.
Sheriff's detectives make 11 prostitution arrests in Paterson
PATERSON Detectives from the Passaic County Sheriff's Office arrested 11 women on prostitution charges Thursday in a sweep intended to rid neighborhoods of activities that act as a magnet for crime.
Clifton's School 12 qualifies for fresh fruits, vegetables
CLIFTON - Next fall marks the fourth consecutive year a City elementary school will utilize a state grant that benefits low-income areas by providing students with free fresh fruits and vegetables in an effort to promote healthy eating habits.
Doblin: To Christie, laurels; to Davis, red-hot Currie
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Thu May 23, 2013
No meat, just counterfeit handbags
Paterson resident Cynthia Bascope was charged with selling counterfeit merchandise out of a former meat store on Crooks Avenue.
Garden Center Theft Charges Handed to 2 From Morristown
Montville police say the arrests of three people in connection with an alleged burglary at Condurso's Garden Center in the township could help solve thefts from other garden centers and floral shops in Morris and Passaic counties.
Dirty water, rubbing alcohol used in place of premium liquor, N.J. officials say
New Jersey Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa, right, looks on as Michael Halfacre, chief of the New Jersey Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control, talks about an investigation dubbed 'Operation Swill.' One establishment allegedly replaced scotch whiskey with rubbing alcohol and caramel coloring.
NJAG Joins NAPA
North American Partners in Anesthesia , a specialty anesthesia and perioperative management company has announced New Jersey Anesthesia Group has joined NAPA.
Project to drain reservoirs gets under way
The Passaic Valley Water Commission on Wednesday adopted a modified version of a controversial plan to drain its open-air reservoirs on Garret Mountain and replace them with concrete tanks, beginning in 2015.
Wed May 22, 2013
Asbury Park Press
Tinton Falls man, 59, charged after sex chats with girl, 12, authorities say
Police say a Tinton Falls man arrested Wednesday and charged with lewdness and child sex offenses believed he was holding chat sessions with a 12-year-old girl on the Internet, but the conversation actually involved undercover Passaic County sheriff's detectives.
The Jersey Journal
Suspect in Tick Tock Diner murder plot released on bail
PATERSON - Georgios Spyropoulos, the man accused in a plot to have the owner of the famed Tick Tock Diner tortured, robbed and killed last month, walked out of the Passaic County Jail this afternoon after posting bail, officials said.
Road Warrior: A little asphalt needed on Carlstad'ts Starke Road
If local motor-heads want to make a killing selling tires or fixing axles and suspension systems, they'd do well to set up shop near Starke Road in Carlstadt or West Railway Avenue in Paterson .
Tue May 21, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Members of Centenary College Social Responsibility Class in...
Members of Centenary College Social Responsibility Class Raises Funds for the Salvation Army.
Police: Paterson woman arrested for selling knock-off designer bags...
CLIFTON - A Paterson woman was arrested Tuesday for selling knock-off designer handbags out of a fake Halal butcher shop, authorities said.
Mon May 20, 2013
The Jersey Journal
Court papers claim Passaic detective was drunk when he crashed Jeep on ski slope
NEWTON - A Passaic County detective was legally drunk and had been drinking at a winery just before he unsuccessfully tried to navigate his vehicle down the steepest slope at the Mountain Creek ski resort, according to court papers.
Sun May 19, 2013
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.