In the past month, there have been four burglaries in Wyckoff and dozens of others elsewhere in Bergen County.
By afternoon, there were no major problems on the roadways. Subway, bus and rail service also was normal.
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.
The two boys, ages 7 and 9, were sitting on a bench at the NJ TRANSIT Main Street Station with their mother and grandmother, waiting for the 2:20 p.m. train to Glen Rock when they were attacked, police said.
Margaux Tocci, her current boyfriend Daniel Chaupiz and Samer Saleh are also charged in the attack.
Whatever the victim thought was going to happen at the deserted school parking lot he was clearly taken by surprise. Police said the teenager’s attractive ex set him up.
If you work in Bergen County, you might want to take a closer look at the cash you get from your customers.
The numbers are terrifying. A new study finds that 28 percent of high-school students are sexting, sending nude pictures of themselves via their cell phones.
Wyckoff police are getting frustrated after the theft of another high-end car, stolen from the owner’s driveway with the keys in the ignition.
A beloved member of the community in Bergen County’s Washington Township has been found alive. Eileen, a one-legged wild turkey, was found at the Raptor Trust Sanctuary for Birds of Prey in Millington.
The fire broke out on Himrod Street near Wyckoff in Bushwick around 8: 30 a.m. It took firefighters more than an hour to finally get it under control. At least seven people were injured, including three firefighters and four civilians
Wyckoff police say that a drunk Ridgewood man entered two homes early Wednesday morning. Police responded to a call at a Lehigh Street home where residents reported that a man had been inside of the house but fled.
A 14-year-old Wyckoff girl has been arrested and charged with terroristic threats.
In an emergency, time is of the essence. Lives could hang in the balance. So, in New Jersey, volunteer first responders – EMTs and firefighters, have flashing blue lights in their personal cars.
Burglaries are on the rise all across North Jersey, and the source is in the sky.