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  1. Fallen Bergen County Police Officer Honored With 'Battle Of The Blue'

    Fallen Bergen County Police Officer Honored With 'Battle Of The Blue'

    HACKENSACK, N.J. -- The public is welcome to enjoy "the ultimate basketball challenge" on Wednesday, March 15, raising money for pediatric cancer and remembering a Bergen County lieutenant who had been actively involved in the event. This is the 18th year for the fundraiser, but the first year it's been called the "Brian Beutel Battle of the Blue," in memory of ...

  2. Fort Lee Cancer Survivor Again Partners With Community To Raise Awareness

    Fort Lee Cancer Survivor Again Partners With Community To Raise Awareness

    FORT LEE, N.J. -- Bob Ceragno began having some strange symptoms in late April 2015, and he was on the operating table by May. While his experience with colorectal cancer was, itself, shocking, he and his wife also realized that there isn't nearly enough awareness about this type of cancer, which is the second most lethal in the U.S.Bob and Marlene Ceragno set out to help change that, ...

  3. Elmwood Park Brothers Invent Phone-Based Walkie-Talkie For Great Outdoors

    Elmwood Park Brothers Invent Phone-Based Walkie-Talkie For Great Outdoors

    ELMWOOD PARK, N.J. – Two brothers from Elmwood Park are looking to make it big with Motorola and Indiegogo – and their own smarts, of course – with their invention of a smart walkie-talkie that snaps onto Motorola Moto Z and other smartphones that use Bluetooth. Robert and Hermes Jimenez are offering their creation for preorder, even while they compete in Motorola's "Transform the ...

  4. Much-Requested Medium Holds 'Psychic Tea' In Ho-Ho-Kus

    Much-Requested Medium Holds 'Psychic Tea' In Ho-Ho-Kus

    HO-HO-KUS, N.J. – Medium Craig McManus is returning to the Hermitage Museum on Sunday, March 26, this time for a "Psychic Tea at the Hermitage."Organizers note that the event includes a "fabulous high tea," followed by a two-hour channeling session, "where Craig will move around the room to wherever he senses a loved one's spirit trying to come ...

  5. 'What's One More?' Westwood Family Saves Life Of 6th Pet

    'What's One More?' Westwood Family Saves Life Of 6th Pet

    WESTWOOD, N.J. – Two years ago, Lucille Nardello got a call from the head of a Westwood animal rescue group asking if she could look through a list of dogs at a high-kill shelter in Kentucky.Long story short, she said yes ... to all of it. And she named him Theo."He didn't have a name yet, and he had six hours to live," before he was scheduled to be euthanized, Nardello told ...

  6. Helen E. Clapper, 95, Longtime Elmwood Park Resident

    Helen E. Clapper, 95, Longtime Elmwood Park Resident

    ELMWOOD PARK, N.J. -- Helen E. (Slominn) Clapper, of Elmwood Park, died on Saturday, Feb. 18. She was 95.Born and raised in Cliffside Park, Clapper had lived in Elmwood Park since 1946. Before she retired, she was an office administrator with Interchange Bank, in Saddle Brook, for many years.She was a parishioner of St. John's Lutheran Church in Passaic, where she taught Sunday school ...

  7. NJ Transit Officers Trying To Prevent Tragedy At Ramsey Train Crossing

    NJ Transit Officers Trying To Prevent Tragedy At Ramsey Train Crossing

    RAMSEY, N.J. -- Even after a man died doing so last June, pedestrians are still dodging the safety gates at a Ramsey railroad crossing, NJ.com reports, and New Jersey Transit officers are taking the case.Officers are being posted at the Main Street station during the morning and evening rush hours, after photos showing people making the illegal -- and dangerous -- transit were sent to ...

  8. New Jersey Mom Victorious: Assembly Passes Expanded Child Rape Law

    New Jersey Mom Victorious: Assembly Passes Expanded Child Rape Law

    HILLSDALE, N.J. -- A Hillsdale mom on Wednesday saw her seven years of hard work come to fruition when the state Assembly voted unanimously to amend Joan's Law. Passed in 1997, Joan's Law mandates life without parole in murder cases involving sexual assault where the victims are younger than 14.The amendment would expand the life-without-parole category to those who similarly victimize ...

  9. Community Rallies To Repay Late Teaneck Rowing Coach's Student Loans

    Community Rallies To Repay Late Teaneck Rowing Coach's Student Loans

    TEANECK, N.J. -- Jenny Santos , a 29-year-old rowing coach in Teaneck and phys ed teacher in East Orange, died this past Saturday in a widely-publicized accident in New York City. A friend is trying to take care of one issue that worried Santos during her life: student debt.And the community has stepped up in a huge way, meeting the initial GoFundMe goal is little more than a day.Santos ...

  10. New Jersey's Cory Booker Votes Against Charter-School Ally Betsy DeVos

    New Jersey's Cory Booker Votes Against Charter-School Ally Betsy DeVos

    HARRINGTON PARK, N.J. -- Sen. Cory Booker continued a longstanding trend of his political career on Tuesday when he voted against Betsy DeVos' leading the Department of Education: he confounded folks' expectations.Prior to joining the Senate, Booker was mayor of Newark from 2006-2013, and he got flak from both ends of the political spectrum, as he tried to address a variety of ...

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