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Boys Basketball; Madison Eliminates Whippany Park from the Quarter Final Round of the Morris County Tournament

MADISON, NJ -  The Madison boys basketball defeated Whippany Park, 65-46 in the Morris County Tournament. Jackson Maloney led the Dodgers will 22 points including 6 3-pointers. Evan Colao added 16 points and Gavin Randall added 12. Sean Mariani added two baskets and Daniel Dacey added a 3-pointer. Michael Liddy, Tommy Bland, Todd Hanson and Zach Taddeo each added a basket. For the Wildcats, Danny Sierchio added 15 points while Shane Kelly added 10. The No. 9 Dodgers advance to face No. 8 Morris Knolls in the First Round of the MCT.   Get your local news delivered to your inbox for FREE each day. Sign up to get all the news as it happens at and follow us on Facebook at and on Twitter at @MadisonTAP to get all the news as it happens Celebrating Something Special? Showcase Your Wedding, Christening, Bar/Bat Mitzvah, Graduation, Reunion and MORE on TAPinto Milestones  

Bergen Town Center | Shopping mall in Paramus, New Jersey

Bergen Town Center, is an economic shopping center, where you can find different offers and unmissable discounts in many of its stores. On the other hand, the restaurants offer you a great variety of gastronomy from fast food areas and gourmet establishments. Featured Shopping Stores: Marshalls, Nordstrom Rack, Target, Bloomingdale's,...
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Man shot at Nyack apartments

NYACK – Orangetown Police are investigating a shooting at the 100 Nyack Plaza apartments in Nyack. The incident occurred shortly after 8:30 p.m. on Friday when police located a man suffering from a gunshot wound. He was transported to Westchester Medical Center in Valhalla for treatment. Police said a...

5 Ridgewood Teens Involved In Head-On Crash

Five Ridgewood teens avoided serious injury when their SUV slammed head-on into a utility pole. A large contingent of police, firefighters and EMS units responded after the Nissan Pathfinder rounded a curve, knocked down a "No Parking" sign and crashed on narrow Marshall Street near Ridgewood High School late Friday afternoon Jan. 27.

Romantic Comedy Filmed Entirely in NJ Premieres in Theaters Today

Essex, Union, Hudson, and Passaic Counties are the backdrop of the latest New Jersey production! The romantic comedy "Maybe I Do" premieres in theaters today!. Produced by Endeavor Content, the movie follows Michelle and Allen, who have reached the point in their relationship where they are considering "the next steps." They decide to invite their parents to finally meet and offer their insights about why marriage works. Turns out, the parents already know one another quite well, which leads to some differing opinions about the value of matrimony.

Morristown Wrestlers Compete in Morris County Tournament

JEFFERSON, NJ - In the first day of the Morris County Tournament at Mount Olive, 150-pounder JuanDavid Argueta won by a 9-3 decision in the second round, Oliver Aung won a 3-2 decision at 157 in the second round. 165-pounder Henry Saxon won by fall in 3:41 in the second round, Freddie Saxon won a 7-1 decision in the second round at 190 and Robert Murphy won by fall in 3:46 at 215 in the second round.\ The Morris County Tournament continues Saturday morning.   Sign up to get all the news as it happens at and follow us on Facebook at and on Twitter at @MorristownTAP and on Instagram at @tapintomorristown Download the TAPinto App!   Click here for Android.  Click here for iOS  

Scoop on Number of Chicken Coops in Fair Lawn

FAIR LAWN, NJ - Although some people believe there are more, the borough's Health Department said there are six properties in Fair Lawn that have chicken coops. Chicken owners were required to register their feathered friends after the borough passed an ordinance last year regulating the keeping of fowl. "There may be more, but, only six registered with the Fair Lawn Health Department," Health Officer Carol Wagner said. "Any complaint that we receive about chickens, chicken coops or crowing roosters, we investigate to verify the presence of the fowl.  "We sometimes become aware of an existing chicken coop with chickens when we investigate other types of complaints, such as rats, excessive flies or animal odors which may or may not be associated with the keeping of chickens," Wagner said. "If we find coops with chickens or other fowl, we notify the property owner that they have to come into compliance with the “Keeping of Fowl” ordinance or remove the chicken coop from the property." More: Talkin' Chicken Scratch: A Neighbor Tells Her Side of the Story Talkin' Chicken Scratch: A Tale of Fowl Ownership

Former Bergen County Jail inmate alleges abuse by sheriff's officers in new lawsuit

A former Bergen County Jail inmate is suing the county and the jail, accusing sheriff's officers of beating him when he refused to wear a straitjacket. Valmir Xhemajli said he was pepper sprayed, hit in the face and then repeatedly beaten as he lay on the ground in October 2021 by two officers, he claimed in a lawsuit filed in Bergen County Superior Court on Thursday. The suit stated that there wasn't a reason for Xhemajli to wear a straitjacket and that the beating caused his lung to collapse.

Bruno the cat returned to an NJ shelter for being 'too affectionate' has a new home

A cat that was returned to a shelter for being "too affectionate" has found a new home ― and has helped other cats at the shelter get adopted too. Bruno the cat first arrived at the Montville Animal Shelter in November, after the child of his previous owners became allergic to him. Two months later he was adopted by a single mother and young daughter seeking a first pet. But when they brought him home, the shelter's...