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A judge has compelled the borough of Cliffside Park to make public its agreement with former Chief of Police Donald Keane...Doyne, Superior Court of New Jersey, issued his ruling Feb. 28 directing the borough to release a copy of the agreement to
The Record New Jersey will receive $102,000 in restitution and recovery fees as part of a settlement with a Massachusetts-based biotechnology company that allegedly caused false claims to be submitted to federal and state healthcare programs by
Thirty years ago the region was jolted into action by the 100-year flood that caused death and destruction totaling $250 million, almost $1 billion in today's dollars. Since then we've had at least three 100-year floods and more that came close...
Microsoft says it had appointed Mason Morfit, the president of activist investment firm ValueAct Capital, to its board of directors. The appointment had been expected after Microsoft Corp. entered into a cooperation agreement with ValueAct in August
The Record The Attorney General's Office has filed papers with the state Supreme Court to stay an appeals court decision requiring the Council on Affordable Housing to meet and adopt new affordable housing rules by the end of March. The council
University of Toronto researchers studied 14 machines finding that infant sleep machines may damage a baby's hearing and auditory development when played at maximum volume, according to a reportthis week in the journal Pediatrics. Infants' ears need
First Team All-American forward from Montclair State University, is the featured speaker at St. Catherine of Siena's Men's Night Tuesday, March 4 in the school's Siena Hall. Gonzalez scored nearly 1,400 points in his three-year career and played in
Serkan Seyrek was the monster that so many parents tell their children doesn't exist, Catherine Fantuzzi, an assistant Bergen County prosecutor said in Superior Court in Hackensack ...His attorney, Savyon Grant, asked for leniency, saying Seyrek was
Cliffside Park School 3 is the recipient of a 2014 School Gardening Grant from the New Jersey Agricultural Society, which will enable the school to create a fresh fruit and vegetable garden. School 3 held a gardening pep rally Feb. 27 to celebrate
Students across the United States celebrated their love of reading as they commemorated Read Across America Day in the beginning of March. In Cliffside Park , the event was postponed to March 5 due to an inclement weather forecast earlier in the week.