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  1. Sheriff: Paterson Prostitution Sweep Nets 14 Arrests

    Sheriff: Paterson Prostitution Sweep Nets 14 Arrests

    PATERSON, N.J. -- Paterson residents fed up with rampant prostitution on their streets led to a quality-of-life sweep that Passaic County Sheriff Richard H. Berdnik said netted 14 arrests.Undercover detectives targeted the area of Market Street from East 22nd Street to East 31st Street, and Van Houten Street from East 18th Street to Straight Street on Thursday, the sheriff said. They ...

  2. NJ Lawmaker Wants Congress To Posthumously Award Alice Paul Gold Medal

    NJ Lawmaker Wants Congress To Posthumously Award Alice Paul Gold Medal

    HACKENSACK, N.J. -- The fight for women's rights is almost as old as our country, but the women who've led the way aren't always recognized. So state Sen. Diane Allen is urging Congress to honor one of the state's own women's rights heroes, New Jersey native Alice Paul.Allen is sponsoring a resolution to posthumously award the Congressional Gold Medal to Paul in recognition of her role ...

  3. Wayne Police Arrest Shoplifter At Nordstrom

    Wayne Police Arrest Shoplifter At Nordstrom

    WAYNE, N.J. -- Wayne police said a Little Falls woman swiped more than $400 worth of items from Nordstrom at the Willowbrook Mall.acquel Cocchi, 27, was arrested after loss prevention officers saw her take various items from the store and leave without paying for them, Capt. Laurence Martin said. The officers detained Cocchi until police arrived. Cocchi was arrested and transported to ...

  4. Whole Foods Gets Poor Report From FDA On Food Prep Facility

    Whole Foods Gets Poor Report From FDA On Food Prep Facility

    Busy nine-to-fivers who rely on Whole Foods' ready-to-eat meals to make life easier when it comes to dinner time, might want to rethink their dining choices after a scathing report from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration hammered the upscale store for its food prep, according to the Huffington Post.In a letter dated June 8 to the company, the FDA describes deplorable conditions at a ...

  5. Parents Of Babies Warned Of Possible Danger In Rice Cereal

    Parents Of Babies Warned Of Possible Danger In Rice Cereal

    Parents with babies will want to avoid rice cereal, the Food and Drug Administration said in a news release, as it works to reduce the levels of inorganic arsenic in the cereal aimed at babies.Because babies tend to love rice cereal and it is often one of their first foods, rice cereal has become a “leading source of arsenic exposure in infants,” the FDA said.“Our actions are driven by ...

  6. Parents Of Babies Warned Of Possible Danger In Rice Cereal

    Parents Of Babies Warned Of Possible Danger In Rice Cereal

    Parents with babies will want to avoid rice cereal, the Food and Drug Administration said in a news release, as it works to reduce the levels of inorganic arsenic in the cereal aimed at babies.Because babies tend to love rice cereal and it is often one of their first foods, rice cereal has become a “leading source of arsenic exposure in infants,” the FDA said.“Our actions are driven by ...

  7. Edgewater BOE Proposes $23 Million Budget

    Edgewater BOE Proposes $23 Million Budget

    EDGEWATER, N.J. -- Faced with a rising student enrollment, the Edgewater Board of Education recently submitted a $23.3 million tentative budget for the 2016-17 school year that includes money for new technology and new employees, according to NorthJersey.com.The budget is $541,889, or 3 percent, more than last year's mainly because of a 6.5 increase in costs for special education ...

  8. New Jersey Trout Season On The Horizon

    New Jersey Trout Season On The Horizon

    NORTH PASSAIC, N.J. -- Anglers across the country are testing their lines as the opening day of trout season inches closer to Saturday, April 9 at 8 a.m.More than 100,000 anglers are expected to take to the water across the state on opening weekend, said the The Division of Fish and Wildlife.Officials with the division said they are stocking more than 570,000 rainbow trout across the ...

  9. Proposed Teterboro Jet Path Woud Impact Bergen Schools, Hospitals

    Proposed Teterboro Jet Path Woud Impact Bergen Schools, Hospitals

    BERGEN COUNTY, N.J. -- A proposed shift of aircraft from Teterboro Airport to the west of their current route in an effort to minimize noise over Hackensack University Medical Center would instead, send jets and planes over more than half a dozen schools and The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, according to NorthJersey.com.The new flight path was published earlier this week ahead of a ...

  10. Bogota Public Library Offers Events In Honor of National Nutrition Month

    Bogota Public Library Offers Events In Honor of National Nutrition Month

    BOGOTA, N.J. -- It will be easy for Bogota residents to get in shape with a little help from the Bogota Public Library during National Nutrition Month when it hosts a series of programs to help resident make healthier choices and improve their overall fitness, according to NorthJersey.com.The monthlong series, "Get Your Plate in Shape," offers residents creative ways to work ...

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