Coronavirus Update: N.J. 11-Year-Old Donating Hand Sanitizer To Schools, Libraries, Police, And FirefightersOne child in New Jersey is lending a helping hand by distributing crucial supplies.
Phony Utility Workers Use Ruse To Get Inside, Ransack Victims’ HomesPolice in Woodland Park, New Jersey say phony water company workers are preying on the most vulnerable members of the community.
Bears In Suburbia: Are Humans To Blame? NJ Wildlife Experts Weigh InRutgers University's Brook Maslo and NJ Animal Protection League's Angie Melter say humans may play a big role in recent sightings.
Woodland Park Residents Fuming Over Planned Water Tanks At Great Notch ReservoirWoodland Park, N.J. residents oppose the Passaic Valley Water Commission's plans to drain the water at the Great Notch Reservoir and build huge water tanks in their place.
N.J. Residents Take Part In Active Shooter Defense ClassThe “Guns for Hire” course in Woodland Park, N.J. teaches its students how to survive a scenario similar to the shooting at the Garden State Plaza Mall.
Car Smashes Into Elevator Shaft Of Woodland Park Office BuildingAuthorities say twp cars crashed at around 2 p.m. Tuesday. One of the vehicles careened into a nearby building on Rifle Camp Road and caught fire.
Stories From Main Street: New York Mets Go To Bat For One Of Their Own In N.J.Today, we have a story of people really stepping up the plate for someone in need.
Prosecutors: 3 Dead In Apparent Woodland Park Murder-Suicide A quiet New Jersey neighborhood is still in shock as homicide detectives piece together a deadly shooting Tuesday morning.
Clifton Schools Lower Passing Grade By Five PointsIt used to be that you needed a 70 to pass at Clifton High School. Now it's 65.
Woodland Park Cop Accused Of Luring 12-Year-Old Girl For 'Sexual Purpose'Woodland Park Police Officer Steven E. Vigorito, Jr. is facing charges of attempted aggravated sexual assault and enticing a 12-year-old girl, the Passaic County Prosecutor's Office said Wednesday.
Woodland Park Middle School Still Cleaning Up From FloodingA chalkboard and other classroom materials damaged by the recent flooding are being tossed into large trash bins outside Memorial Middle School.