The county’s so-called Blue Laws ban most Sunday retail sales except for food and gas.
Alonza Robertson, 45, was visiting New Jersey from Rockland County on a shopping trip in July when he attempted to board an NJ Transit bus but was apparently waved away, 1010 WINS reported.
Sixteen-year-old Gupreet Singh and 15-year-old Robin Singh disappeared during a visit to Garden State Plaza Mall on Monday.
It’s perfectly legal, but to some, big pension payouts to public employees are outrageous and unaffordable, and they’re only growing.
Mayor Richard LaBarbiera said many residents live adjacent to the stores and the lights disturb them.
Some companies are now waking up to the problem of a chronically exhausted workforce, and offering employees a sleep solution.
The company spent less than $1,000 on an easy chair, dim lighting, cool green walls and a water fountain to help employees become more productive.
Rosemary Shashoua, who is spearheading the effort, has not yet gathered the necessary signatures required for a repeal referendum.
A weekend confrontation between police officers and several teenage boys in Paramus, N.J., ended with two officers and one of the teens suffering minor injuries.
Bergen County, N.J. this week will reinstate its Blue Laws that ban retail shopping on Sundays, according to a published report.
Judge Tosses Challenge To Temporary Blue Law Suspension; Sunday Shopping Again Allowed In Bergen County
Many Bergen residents say the blue laws offer one day per week of driving without traffic on main thoroughfares like Route 17 and Route 4.
Gov. Chris Christie temporarily suspended Bergen County’s so-called blue laws after County Executive Kathleen Donovan made the request during the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy.
Many in New Jersey still don’t have power nearly a week after Sandy struck, but that doesn’t mean their next door neighbors are in the dark.
For those in New Jersey who have been living without electricity since superstorm Sandy arrived, things are slowly getting better.
A New Jersey community college has dropped plans to seek to fire a professor and union chief accused of tampering with his granddaughter’s grades.