Protesters plan to be on hand as LG Electronics breaks ground to build its corporate headquarters above tree-lined cliffs on the New Jersey side of the Hudson River.
The first-year superintendent of schools in Englewood Cliffs, N.J. has brought lessons he learned from the boardroom into the classroom.
First responders rescued a man who fell off a cliff in the New Jersey Palisades Sunday.
LG Electronics is moving forward with plans to build a 143-foot office tower in Englewood Cliffs after a judge paved the way for the project last week.
Opponents plan to appeal a judge’s ruling in favor of constructing a new office tower in Englewood Cliffs, N.J., in what some argue would ruin the pristine view of the Palisades.
The men posed as utility workers and forced their way inside a home where investigators said they pushed the victim down a flight of stairs and started ransacking her home, looking for cash and jewelry.
An armed home invasion earlier in the day sent police on a wild car chase that ended in a crash. However, police said some of the suspects were still on the run Thursday evening.
When Michele Byers, head of the New Jersey Conservation Foundation, asked four governors to implore LG Electronics not to build a tower that would soar above the tree line in Englewood Cliffs and mar the vista, they didn’t even blink.
It was the summer of 1992 when Scharf and his wife, Jody Ann, came to a spot near a cliff in Englewood Cliffs, N.J., to talk about their troubled marriage. But within minutes, Jody Ann would fall 120 feet to her death.
LG Electronics plans to build a 143 foot tall office building in Englewood Cliffs and at that height, the building would rise above the tree line.
Concern over whether participants would get to swim the more than two-mile first leg was outweighed by the fact that one of the participants died after experiencing what race organizers described as distress during the Hudson River swim.
There have been dozens of burglaries all across North Jersey in recent weeks, WCBS 880′s Sean Adams reported.
It’s an offer too good to refuse. Following two burglaries in Englewood Cliffs this week, Police Chief Michael Cioffi is on a mission to help all residents harden their homes to make them more secure.
In one incident, police said thieves stole a safe from an Englewood Cliffs home while a woman was inside sleeping.
Crews pulled the injured hiker from a wooded area along the river in Englewood Cliffs.