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  1. Beloved Wallington Bowling Alley Bought Out

    Beloved Wallington Bowling Alley Bought Out

    WALLINGTON, N.J. — Finding an open alley at Wallington Lanes for a while wasn't an easy feat.The Paterson Avenue establishment has been a fan favorite for decades, but earlier this year was bought out by Bowlero, a national franchise, which revamped the beloved bowling alley.The facility still sports 48 lanes — though they're a bit flashier now — along with several other chic ...

  2. Shelter Open For Families Left Homeless After Passaic Fire

    Shelter Open For Families Left Homeless After Passaic Fire

    PASSAIC, N.J. --  The 120 families displaced after a Thursday morning fire can move into a temporary shelter set up at a Passaic elementary school, officials said.The city worked with the Red Cross and the county's office of emergency management to arrangement temporary housing for those without a place to stay after the 2 a.m. fire.The shelter is located at the Dr. Martin Luther King, ...

  3. Clifton Dermatology Practice Must Pay $150K To Former Pregnant Employee

    Clifton Dermatology Practice Must Pay $150K To Former Pregnant Employee

    CLIFTON, N.J. -- A former pregnant employee of a dermatology practice with a Clifton office will receive $150,000 after winning a wrongful termination lawsuit.North Jersey Dermatology Center will have to pay the ex-employee to resolve allegations it unlawfully discriminated by firing the woman for “job abandonment” after she went out on maternity leave, Attorney General Christopher S. ...

  4. Lanni's Appliance Saying Goodbye To Rutherford After Half Century

    Lanni's Appliance Saying Goodbye To Rutherford After Half Century

    RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- The year was 1967 and Park Avenue in Rutherford was bustling with commerce when Ed Lanni's father relocated his appliance store from Jersey City."My father had a store in Jersey City called Ferris House Bazaar and he moved it to Rutherford," said Ed Lanni, who announced he is closing the beloved family appliance store at the end of March.Ed and his older ...

  5. Clifton's Hot Grill Still Known For Going 'All The Way'

    Clifton's Hot Grill Still Known For Going 'All The Way'

    CLIFTON, N.J. -- When it comes to iconic hot dog houses, Clifton's Hot Grill is always on the short list of go-to spots.Four pals in their 20s started the family-style Texas Weiner grill in 1961 and it's been packed with customers seven days a week ever since. Domenick Sportelli and Carmen LaMendola still own it today and trace the birth of the Texas Weiner to the City of ...

  6. Cresskill Mom Finds 'True Calling' As Fertility Coach

    Cresskill Mom Finds 'True Calling' As Fertility Coach

    CRESSKILL, N.J. -- Tasha Blasi of Cresskill was at a crossroad when she went to a women's networking seminar that would change her life."At 40 years old, I didn't know what I wanted to be when I grew up," said the mother of two and founder of the Fertilities Unite (FU) Project.She helps women go through fertility treatments "easier, smarter, and cheaper" than she ...

  7. Developer: Homeless Shelter Could Improve Paterson Neighborhood

    Developer: Homeless Shelter Could Improve Paterson Neighborhood

    PATERSON, N.J. -- A developer says turning a half-vacant apartment building on Auburn Street into a family shelter could help the crime-ridden area.Charles Florio is bringing his development plans for the Auburn Arms to the Paterson Planning Board on Monday, according to northjersey.com.The proposal has mixed reaction from community stakeholders, with the mayor and church groups ...

  8. Passaic Immigrants Meet To Learn About Rights

    Passaic Immigrants Meet To Learn About Rights

    PASSAIC, N.J. -- The mayor, police chief and an immigration attorney met on Thursday with residents anxious about President Trump's vague policies."Know Your Rights" let people know under what circumstances ICE agents can enter premises and confirmed that Passaic wasn't a sanctuary city, according to northjersey.com.Passaic officials pointed out that not a single person has ...

  9. West Milford Special Olympics Coaches To Take A (Frigid!) Plunge

    West Milford Special Olympics Coaches To Take A (Frigid!) Plunge

    WEST MILFORD, N.J. -- A West Milford teacher and Special Olympics coach will jump into the ocean on Saturday with about 6,700 others supporting the annual Polar Bear Plunge. This is the first time 11-year teacher and coach Kristi Clave is participating."Jess Cohen, who is also a coach for our team, plunged last year. She, the cause, and the funny pictures she took convinced me to ...

  10. Rutt's Hut Ripper In Clifton Drawing Fans With Same Recipe For 89 Years

    Rutt's Hut Ripper In Clifton Drawing Fans With Same Recipe For 89 Years

    CLIFTON, N.J. -- They file in at lunch time, grabbing a pint and two rippers, a Rutt's Hut combo meal in Clifton since 1928.The River Road eatery is a busy hub for local office and warehouse workers in the area of routes 21 and 3 as well as a foodie hotspot."If anyone asks, we weren't here," said Ralph, who works at a nearby office. He's been coming here for over 20 years.Not ...

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