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.
Once the next school year begins, students in the Bergen County town will have to trek up as much as two miles on foot, and in some cases cross major highways Route 4 and Route 46 just to get to school.
“It was an aggressive attack. It was unwarranted,” said Captain Ken Ehrenberg of Paramus Police.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie is putting in his two cents when it comes to the proposed massive toll and fare hike from the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.
“These increases will raise costs on families, hinder economic development, and raise the costs of doing businesses in a region which is expensive enough,” New York State Senator Charles Fuschillo, Jr. said.
Authorities say the accident they described a fender-bender occurred around 8:30 p.m. on Route 4. The cause of the crash remained under investigation Saturday.
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