UPDATE: Yet Another Memorial Day Weekend Fire Ravages Upper Saddle River Home
The blaze in the two-story, 4,200-square-foot Carlough Road house near the Rockland County border broke out around 8 p.m. May 27, bringing firefighters from both sides of the state line. They had the fire knocked down and under control in roughly 40 minutes -- but not before it severely damaged...
Man Reveals How He Knew His Benign Mouth Sore Had Turned Cancerous
"When things don't look right, be on the cautious side, follow your instinct, and be more proactive about it."
Passaic Sheriff's Deputies Seize Pound Of Pure Coke, Ghost Gun, More
Victor M. Miranda, 48, ran a drug mill from his Newark Pompton Turnpike apartment while running coke with his car, Passaic County Sheriff Richard H. Berdnik said. Working with Little Falls police, the sheriff’s Bureau of Narcotics detectives followed Miranda from his home to Paterson, where he sold cocaine to a local resident on Thursday, May 25, the sheriff said.
I'm a VP at the company behind Advil and Tums. My day starts with double-screening YouTube and Netflix and ends with surfing Amazon ratings.
Beth Gaeta breaks down her daily routine hour by hour from meeting with coworkers to watching her daughter practice gymnastics on a trampoline.
More businesses require teens to be chaperoned by adults, curbing their independence
PARAMUS, N.J. (AP) — Jennifer Sepulveda used to drop off her 14-year-old son, Jorden, at the local mall on a Friday or Saturday night, where he would catch a movie with his friends and then hang out afterwards at the food court or elsewhere. Starting April 18, Garden State...
Think your commute is bad? These NJ cities have it worse
Is there anything in the world worse than hitting traffic on your commute every day? I'm lucky that my drive to work is usually a breeze, but most people in NJ don't have that same luxury. Stacker recently did a study on which New Jersey cities have the worst commutes....
Don’t Miss Roses to Rock Gardens: Blossom to Blossom Tour, June 2-3
The Montclair Foundation will host their annual garden tour the first weekend of June. This year, the tour will feature eight private gardens, with most in Montclair and one in Glen Ridge. The gardens range in size and in composition. Some were created entirely by the homeowners and others had help from professional garden designers.
TikTok culture forcing more NJ stores and venues to ban teens without adults
PARAMUS — Jennifer Sepulveda used to drop off her 14-year-old son, Jorden, at the local mall on a Friday or Saturday night, where he would catch a movie with his friends and then hang out afterwards at the food court or elsewhere. Starting April 18, Garden State Plaza in...
Seton Hall sends its graduates into the real world
SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Seton Hall University celebrated its 167th Baccalaureate Commencement at the Prudential Center with Borys Gudziak, the Metropolitan-Archbishop of the Ukrainian Catholic Archeparchy of Philadelphia giving the main address. The university graduated 1,386 students with baccalaureate degrees, 804 with honors. In addition, 951 graduate students received...
Cleaning headstones to honor those that gave all
BLOOMFIELD, NJ — The gentle removal of dirt and discoloration from the headstones of young soldiers killed in action and interred in Bloomfield Cemetery is currently being undertaken. Micheal Perrone, a mason and president of the Belleville Historical Society, with a few workers, is at this task. Perrone has...
Doggie Degree! Meet Justin, the New Jersey Service Dog Earning a College Diploma alongside his Wheelchair-Bound Owner
In a delightful turn of events, a New Jersey college student's service dog received a college diploma of his own after faithfully attending all his owner's classes.Grace Mariani, a Mahwah resident and wheelchair user, was accompanied throughout her college journey at Seton Hall by Justin, her steadfast Labrador-Golden Retriever mix. Celebrating his dedication and commitment, Seton Hall rewarded Justin with his own diploma, acknowledging his role in Grace's academic journey.
Bloomfield to Hold Annual Memorial Day Parade on Monday; Broad Street to Close for all Traffic
BLOOMFIELD, NJ-- For those of you traveling on Memorial Day, please be advised that Broad St will be closed on Monday 05/29/23, between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m. for the 2023 Township of Bloomfield Memorial Day Parade. Broad St will be closed from all traffic from Bloomfield Ave through Bay Ave. Please plan alternate route. All are invited to attend and view the parade that starts on Broad St. And Warren Street at 9 a.m. and ends on the corner of Broad Street and Liberty Street. According to the Bloomfield Police Department, all cars must be moved from Broad St. All vehicles that are not moved are subject to being issued a ticket and towed.
Student's service dog receives his very own university diploma
Slide 1 of 6: A New Jersey student's service dog has received his very own university diploma after attending all his owner's classes. Grace Mariani from Mahwah, New Jersey, was accompanied by Justin throughout her college life at Seton Hall - and her Labrador-golden retriever was also rewarded for his dedication and time. Mariani, who is a wheelchair user, graduated with a bachelor of science degree in education and now she is planning to teach elementary school kids. In the adorable clip, four-legged Justin was seen walking alongside his owner as he received a diploma from college president Joseph E. Nyre.
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