Three people died in New Jersey last year after being struck by lightning. So, now some towns are investing money on systems that can do a better job detecting dangerous storms.
Bergen County officials have rejected a plan to have the county handle policing in a northern New Jersey town that voted to dissolve its police department.
There’s no official word on whether the Demarest police department will merge with Bergen County Police, but the idea apparently has some key support.
The victim was watching his grandson play soccer in Demarest when a storm came out of nowhere and knocked the 71-year-old man unconscious.
What is happening in the Bergen County borough of Demarest is a sign of the times, and could happen in many other towns, WCBS 880′s Sean Adams reported.
Burglaries are on the rise all across North Jersey, and the source is in the sky.
Three Bergen County police departments are considering merging to save money. It’s an idea that’s been talked about for years, WCBS 880’s Sean Adams reports, and now it may become a reality.
Extra police monitored Northern Valley High School in Demarest this week after receiving a tip about a possibly shooting.
Authorities are offering a $5,000 reward to resolve a tip of a shooting threat that led to tighter security at a northern New Jersey high school.
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