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NorthJersey.com The National Weather Service has issued a flood advisory for Bergen County until 2 p.m. today. The advisory calls for minor flooding near small streams in areas with poor drainage in Hudson, South Bergen , Passaic and Essex counties.
Zimmerman was found not guilty of second-degree murder and manslaughter. The neighborhood watchman who shot and killed an unarmed teen in a Florida suburb on Feb. 26, 2012, was acquitted by a jury of six women this past weekend. Zimmerman is now free
It is still not known what exactly will go up at the vacant site, although a number of ideas were bandied about. First Ward Councilwoman Marie Strumolo Burke said that, according to the report, some of the permitted uses for the Roche site could
A borough police officer who pleaded guilty to driving while intoxicated following an accident on an all-terrain vehicle in Wyckoff has won an appeal of penalties that were imposed as a result of his conviction...Gaeta, had participated in a training
Those who nominated him for the award cited his work ethic and devotion to JHR and its residents as his most notable qualities. Andru Roswadowsky, director of environmental services, hired him in 2009 despite concerns about Vanegas not having a car. "
Crecco, former Bloomfield mayor, and his wife Marion, who served in the New Jersey General Assembly presented Clara Maass Medical Center hospital representatives with a $12,000 donation towards a $25,000 pledge on behalf of the John I...Ccenter's new
The Record A West Milford man is in serious condition after his car swerved off Route 23 and collided with a tree early this morning, police said. Anthony Venturella, 57, had to be removed from his 2003 Chevrolet Corvette and was flown to St. Joseph'
Rosenthal was a member of the Rutgers Eagleton Institute of Politics faculty since 1966 and served as the institute's director from 1974 to 1993. Rosenthal, a professor in the university's political science department, also served on the faculty of
Since the August closure of the Lake Avenue bridge, traffic accidents have increased 20 percent on Goffle Road, according to the Midland Park Police Department. Mostly recently, Police Chief Michael Marra reports, at 5:18 p.m. June 12 a pedestrian in
The Zoning Board of Adjustment is expected to answer that question at its next meeting, Wednesday, July 10. The matter was carried from the board's June 12 meeting because only four members were present. However, those members were allowed to begin