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.
An incident on April 25 tipped off authorities to the drug ring after a woman successfully filled out a prescription at a Glen Rock pharmacy and another man showed up an hour later trying to fill the same prescription.
Naomi Kutin looks and acts like the typical 10-year-old, but she’s anything but typical. She is a world-class power lifter and world-record holder.
You might take offense, then again you might not. The slang term for urination that rhymes with “tee” is on a yellow billboard along Broadway in Fair Lawn.
Since last Sunday, houses in Leonia, Fair Lawn, Tenafly and Englewood have been hit. Police say they’ve stolen electronic equipment and cash.
A supply line problem in Wayne left about 15,000 utility customers without power in parts of New Jersey on Tuesday.
Ezra Fineman is a 2-year-old Fair Lawn boy who loves the alphabet, music, and his tricycle and he needs your help to stay alive.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie has signed landmark employee benefits legislation requiring a half-million public workers to pay more for pension and health benefits.
Since the New Jersey Assembly approved the employee benefits bill and the supplemental measure Thursday, it’s now up to the Democrat-controlled Senate to cross the last “T” before sending the legislation to Governor Chris Christie.
Thousands of unionized public workers protested outside the Statehouse against legislation that would require a half-million government employees to make sharply higher health care and pension contributions.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie heads to North Jersey to hold his 20th town hall of the year as big issues loom at the Statehouse. Wednesday’s town hall event is being held at the Fair Lawn Community Center.
An investigation is ongoing following a terrifying explosion rocks a small town in Bergen County on Sunday night. A pipe bomb sent shrapnel flying into yards and homes
Fair Lawn’s health officer is sounding the alarm.
Officials say two northern New Jersey police officers are recovering after being struck by shoplifting suspects in a fleeing vehicle.