Passaic County

Flooding In Little Falls, N.J. (Marla Diamond/WCBS 880)

FEMA Denies New Jersey Request For Flood Aid

The Federal Emergency Management Agency has denied Gov. Chris Christie’s request for a “major disaster declaration” to help towns and residents recover the costs from March floods.

04/22/2011

1010 WINS listener Deb Derby (right) of Mahwah helps out Lois by offering to put her and Susie up in a pet-friendly hotel. (Photo/Steve Sandberg)

New Jersey Residents Lend Helping Hand To Flood Victim

Many roads in flood-struck areas were expected to remain closed until sometime Monday or even Tuesday.

03/14/2011

Bears are seen in Pompton Lakes, NJ - Mar 1, 2011 - Photo: Scott Santers for WCBS 880

Black Bears Have North Jersey Residents On Edge

It’s a wee bit early, but perhaps the recent warm spell has roused sleepy hungry bears and lured them from their winter dens.

03/03/2011

Rutgers defensive tackle Eric LeGrand (52) is treated on the field after colliding with Army's Malcolm Brown (23) as he tried to make the tackle during the second half of a football game Saturday, Oct. 16, 2010, in East Rutherford, N.J. LeGrand  was hurt on the play and taken off on a backboard from the field. Rutgers won 23-20 in overtime. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)

NJ Pols Seek Federal Guidelines For Concussion Treatment

Rep. Bill Pascrell, Jr. said his measure titled ConTACT Act would help prevent and treat sports-related head injuries and concussions.

02/05/2011

Ex-Jersey City Official Sentenced In Online Child Sex Sting

Joseph Ambrosio received a three-year sentence Friday. He had pleaded guilty in November to four counts of attempted criminal sexual contact.

01/22/2011

One of the torched cars in Wanaque (Photo/CBS 2)

Vandals Wreak Havoc In Ringwood And Wanaque

Police in New Jersey are looking for the people responsible for torching 4 cars and knocking down 25 mailboxes in Passaic County.

11/08/2010

Passaic River (Credit: CBS 2)

NJ Climatologist: Drought Helped Ease Flooding

The heavy rain of the past two days is filling up New Jersey’s reservoirs and easing fears of a drought, the state’s climatologist said.

10/01/2010

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Violent Muggers Hit Northern New Jersey

On Wednesday night at 8 o’clock on busy Teaneck Road in Teaneck, masked thugs assaulted a man and stole $1,000.

09/24/2010

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