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  1. ON TV: Emmy Award-Winner Shines Light On Paterson Pizza Icon Patsy's Tavern

    ON TV: Emmy Award-Winner Shines Light On Paterson Pizza Icon Patsy's Tavern

    This won't be the first time Patsy's Tavern is being recognized for its pizza.The 7th Avenue pizzeria is being featured on Emmy Award-winner Christine Sloan's Fios1 segment "Restaurant Hunters," which seeks the best eateries in New Jersey.Patsy Barbarulo opened the tavern with his wife in 1931 on the first floor of their apartment building.They've since passed on, but their grandsons ...

  2. Paterson Family Finally Refunded $2,000 From No-Show Roofer

    Paterson Family Finally Refunded $2,000 From No-Show Roofer

    A local media outlet was able to return $2,000 to a Paterson family whose contractor bailed on them time and time again.Lina Aguilar, who is battling Lupus, first hired the contractor last year to repair her leaking roof and gutters, ABC7 reports. She gave him $2,000 -- but he didn't show on the start date -- or at all.Aguilar demanded a refund, but when she got it, the check bounced, ...

  3. Restaurant Openings, Closings In North Jersey

    Restaurant Openings, Closings In North Jersey

    Another week of restaurant openings and closings in the books. Here's a look at what's here and what's not in Bergen and Passaic counties:CLOSED: Skuffy's Subs in Hawthorne. This 30-year-old sandwich shop posted "closed from now on" and "for rent" signs in the windows. No one was immediately available for comment when Daily Voice called Thursday.CLOSED (for renovations): Syros Taverna, ...

  4. WINTER IS COMING: Hell About To Freeze Over In New Jersey

    WINTER IS COMING: Hell About To Freeze Over In New Jersey

    Brace yourself, New Jersey. Another winter storm is on its way and it's expected to be worse than the inch of snow that fell overnight into Friday.A winter storm watch was issued for Saturday afternoon through Sunday afternoon across 10 counties, including Bergen and Passaic.Snow is expected to begin Saturday afternoon, dropping between three to six inches on North Jersey overnight into ...

  5. Hackensack Mourns Beloved HS Principal Harold Bloom, 89

    Hackensack Mourns Beloved HS Principal Harold Bloom, 89

    The Hackensack community is mourning the loss of the high school's longtime and beloved principal Harold Bloom, who died Jan. 14 at Hackensack University Medical Center. He was 89 years old.Affectionately known as "Uncle Hal," Bloom started in the district as a history teacher in 1954. He worked his way up to become principal in 1969 and retired in 1992.Bloom went on to become a trustee ...

  6. ARCTIC BLAST: Foot Of Snow, Super Low Temps Could Set North Jersey Up For 'Epic' Flash-Freeze

    ARCTIC BLAST: Foot Of Snow, Super Low Temps Could Set North Jersey Up For 'Epic' Flash-Freeze

    It's not so much the Thursday or weekend snow that worries meteorologists, but the possible flash -freeze that could slap North Jersey early next week.Here's how local experts expect the weather to play out.THURSDAY: Snowfall is expected to begin in Bergen and Passaic counties well after the evening commute -- possibly not until after midnight -- with temps in the high 20s to low ...

  7. CLOSED: Trespassing Skaters Ruin Ringwood Ice Rink Fun For Everyone

    CLOSED: Trespassing Skaters Ruin Ringwood Ice Rink Fun For Everyone

    The Ringwood ice rink is closed for the season.Inpatient skaters hopped over the fence while the ice was still forming, puncturing multiple holes into the liner as well, the borough's park and recreation department said on Facebook"Unfortunately, we had some skaters who were not willing to wait until the ice was ready and climbed the fencing around the rink while it was closed. Not only ...

  8. SUEZ: High Lead Levels In Drinking Water Puts Hundreds Of Bergen County Households At Risk

    SUEZ: High Lead Levels In Drinking Water Puts Hundreds Of Bergen County Households At Risk

    Hundreds of Bergen County households are at risk for elevated levels of lead in the drinking water that serves 800,000 people across North Jersey, SUEZ announced Wednesday.Of the 108 samples tested, 16 across Bergen and Hudson counties showed higher levels than the federal standard.The discovery impacts 53 Bergen County and six Hudson County county municipalities -- all served ...

  9. Community Rallies For Single Saddle Brook Mom Fighting Cancer... Again

    Community Rallies For Single Saddle Brook Mom Fighting Cancer... Again

    A single mom from Saddle Brook battling cancer for the second time has the support of her community.After losing the father of her three children and beating cancer for the first time two years ago, disaster struck again for Judy O'Connell just before Christmas 2018: Stage 3 Adenocarcinoma of the liver.More than $3,800 had been raised for O'Connell on a GoFundMe launched by lifelong ...

  10. Feel It? 4.7 Magnitude Earthquake Reported Off East Coast

    Feel It? 4.7 Magnitude Earthquake Reported Off East Coast

    A 4.7 magnitude earthquake was reported more than 100 miles off the coast of Maryland Tuesday evening, according to the United States Geological Survey.While one person in Delaware said he felt light tremors around the time of the 6:30 p.m. quake, no reports came in from New Jersey."The Town of Ocean City is aware of an earthquake that took place in the Atlantic, approximately ...

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