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A database allows consumers to quickly look up the widely varying costs of radiology services throughout New Jersey. A map permits members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender community to identify towns where they've been harassed or
People drive up and down it fast as if it was their own private road. I was speaking to a neighbor who has a dog; she almost got hit when someone took the turn off of Allwood Road too wide. She was telling me how this road used to be quiet but the
Stay off the ice Friday, January 25, 2013 Clifton Journal Are you a fan of the History Channel's show, "Ice Road Truckers?" Think that if a huge truck can be driven onto a frozen lake or river then you'll be safe walking out onto your local lake?...
The program came under scrutiny last summer after New Jersey Monthly magazine demoted Fort Lee High School from 72nd to 97th place on its annual ranking of the state's best 100 high schools. Though officials attributed the drop to numerous causes,
A report from the Ridgewood Financial Advisory Committee, aka Tiger Team, a group of citizens who spent the last nine months examining the finances of the village at the request of Mayor Paul Aronsohn, calls for employee salary and benefit cuts. The
The Athenia Veterans Post seeks to better the community by taking the military value of personal responsibility and using it to help others. "I am proud of my military service and I want to help my community. I know that taking a leadership role at
The committee has named David Charowsky, Jean Williams and Peter Norica as potential candidates. Steve Tanelli, a Democrat, left the borough council after being sworn in to serve as a freeholder. The now-Democrat majority borough council will choose
With reporting by Catherine Carrera, Matthew Birchenough and Lynn Bruggemann It's an emergency...But Wyckoff 's Police Chief Benjamin Fox issued a press release Jan. 2 advising residents that emergency cellphone calls should be made to the department'
Emerson chief calls jail 'an accident waiting to happen' Emerson Police Chief Donald Rossi says the present jail system is "an accident waiting to happen." Rossi told the mayor and council at the Jan. 22 annual department budget workshop that the
DeNicola is threatening legal action against the board, this after he says the board interfered with The Fifth Downers, a football booster for the high school. Every year, during an annual awards dinner, The Fifth Downers present a senior football