Police Searching For Missing Paramus Man Dylan Waehner-LarsonPolice say he has been missing since Tuesday.
Iconic Fireplace Restaurant In Paramus, New Jersey Announces Sudden Closure After 65 YearsThe business endured 13 presidential administrations, the Vietnam War and the Great Recession. But it could not overcome the coronavirus pandemic.
Tri-State Area Residents, Tourists Try To Make The Best Of A Soggy Start To The Fourth Of July WeekendAt Coney Island, lifeguards were in chairs, but no one was at the beach.
Paramus Police: Connecticut Man Called In Fake Bomb Threat To Interrupt Former Friend's Medical ProcedureParamus Police say officers were sent to a building on Route 17 North for a report of a bomb threat on May 19.
Discarded Tombstone Spotted On Empty Lot Raising Questions In ParamusThe name on the stone is Jack Katz. He apparently died in 1937 at 37 years old, but where Katz is buried, and whether his grave is missing a marker, is hard to say.
Companies Outfit Offices For 'New Normal' As Employees Return To WorkplaceMore companies are asking employees to return to the office. But what's the new normal when it comes to the workplace?
Roof Of Paramus Home Collapses After Winter StormThe property owner says he was in the process of demolishing the old structure to build a new one, when the storm came through and did the work for him.
CDC Study Cautions: Although COVID Doesn't Really Spread In Schools, Success Also Depends On Communities' ActionsThe Centers for Disease Control says the risk of COVID-19 spreading in schools is small and based on new research it says schools can reopen during the pandemic.
See It: Car Crashes Into Chinese Restaurant In ParamusThe crash, which was captured on surveillance video, happened at Tin's House on East Ridgewood Avenue in Paramus at around 3 p.m.
Fast-Moving Storm Slams Parts Of N.J., Lines Down In ParamusThe wind from Sunday night's storm was so powerful it knocked down power lines and had live wires sparking with flames.
Department Of Justice Launches Civil Rights Investigation Into New Jersey's State-Run Veterans HomesThe probe cites a lack of cooperation with an earlier investigation, as well as concerns over the quality of care at the facilities.