A suspected burglar was in police custody in Bergen County, New Jersey on Thursday evening, after police said he was found hiding under a child’s bed.
Once upon a midnight dreary, a northern New Jersey town became weary, waiting to paint its water tower after a pair of ravens came knocking at its door.
Starr’s search for six teenagers who he photographed during the Beatles’ first trip to America in 1964 may be over.
A round of storms ripped down trees and power lines, and brought delays and cancellations to Tri-State Area airports and train lines Monday afternoon.
“They had switched because the original passenger thought that the original driver was too drunk to drive,” Det. Sgt. Brian Metzler said
In May a rash of break-ins bothered homes and businesses in Fair Lawn along the Route 208 corridor. Now, thieves have started to target homes. They have been grabbing anything they can find to sell or trade online, according to authorities.
Federal prosecutors say 81-year-old Joseph Amari of Fair Lawn also must serve five years of supervised release once he’s released from prison.
A folk music legend is lending a helping hand to a little Bergen County boy in desperate need of a bone marrow transplant.
It’s literally “highway robbery.” That’s because dozens of homes and businesses along Route 208 in Fair Lawn have been burglarized.
Police said these phone scams are a growing problem, so what can you do to protect yourself? One piece of advice, police said, is if you get a phone call from an area code and phone number you don’t recognize, don’t answer the phone.
Jones, of Fair Lawn, N.J., is the co-CEO of Diplomat Records and is best known for his 2007 song “We Fly High.”
Luring attempts have been reported in more than half a dozen towns in Bergen and Passaic counties during the past few weeks, including New Milford, Westwood, Maywood, Oradell, Hackensack, Hawthorne and Fair Lawn.
Customers filed over 50 complaints against Bergen County and Passaic County-based AAA Reliable and Old Reliable Construction.
There is crowing and there is nuisance crowing. The distinction between the two depends on who you ask surrounding the backyard full of chickens, cats, dogs and a fully-grown rooster named “Samson” in Fair Lawn.
Natalie Akselrod said she made the mistake of leaving her 6-month-old twin boys, Asher and Neftali, in her mini-van for a split second as she ran into a CVS to get a prescription for one of one the boys.