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  1. PHOTOS: Contemporary Saddle River Home Hits Market At $2.49M

    PHOTOS: Contemporary Saddle River Home Hits Market At $2.49M

    A 6,800-square-foot contemporary home is on the market in Saddle River.The Fox Hedge Road home is listed at nearly $2.5 million and has been on Zillow for 41 days. The home has an open floor plan and features four bedrooms, seven bathrooms, an 800-bottle wine room, second floor entertainment wing with a gym, media room and more. All photos courtesy of Zillow. Click here ...

  2. 'Back In Lockdown': Viral Outbreak Reemerges At West Milford Senior Living Facility

    'Back In Lockdown': Viral Outbreak Reemerges At West Milford Senior Living Facility

    Just when The Chelsea at Bald Eagle residents were celebrating the end of a five-week viral outbreak that had them severely isolated, it came back.The Norovirus is a gastrointestinal virus that first broke out Feb. 15 at the West Milford facility, forcing the 146 residents to eat in their rooms, and skip socializing and exercise, NorthJersey.com reports.The virus returned this week, ...

  3. Big Lots Taking Over Paramus Toys R Us

    Big Lots Taking Over Paramus Toys R Us

    Big Lots is on its way to Paramus.The discount chain last year purchased the remaining 12-year lease on the 36,000-square-foot Toys R Us store on Ridgewood Avenue for $2.75 million, according to TheRealDeal.com.That's $6.50 per square foot annually, compared to $30 (had the chain signed a new lease on a larger space).The vacant space was transformed into a Spirit Halloween store last ...

  4. SUP'T: Morris County HS Speaker Told Students Hitler Was 'Good Leader'

    SUP'T: Morris County HS Speaker Told Students Hitler Was 'Good Leader'

    A good leader with bad moral character and intentions.That's how a guest speaker described Hitler to a room full of Madison High School student athletes over the weekend, NJ.com reports.The speaker was not identified by Superintendent Mark Schwarz in a letter co-signed by three other district officials sent to parents, nor was the presentation screened in advance, he ...

  5. PHOTOS: Toppled Tractor-Trailer Closes Route 80 Ramp In Hackensack

    PHOTOS: Toppled Tractor-Trailer Closes Route 80 Ramp In Hackensack

    A toppled tractor-trailer closed the Route 80 entrance ramp in Hackensack Tuesday afternoon.The rig was hauling candles when it keeled over, closing the interstate's eastbound ramp at Polifly Road, responders said.The driver wasn't injured, they said.ABC Towing righted the rig, removed the wreck and provided the photo above.The road was reopened at 5:50 p.m.City firefighters cleaned up ...

  6. State Revokes Teaching License Of Bergen Special Ed Sup't Accused Of Covering Security Cameras

    State Revokes Teaching License Of Bergen Special Ed Sup't Accused Of Covering Security Cameras

    State officials revoked the teaching license of one of the highest-paid school superintendents in New Jersey.Dawn Fidanza, formerly at the helm of The South Bergen Jointure Commission (a Hasbrouck Heights-based special education public school district) apparently created a new job for her daughter without approval and then covered lenses of security cameras in the SBA offices so ...

  7. Chopt Coming To Bergen Town Center

    Chopt Coming To Bergen Town Center

    It's all in the name: Chopt.The popular "creative salad company" will soon be coming to Bergen Town Center, BoozyBurbs reports.Customers can pick a salad from a menu or customize their own. Menu items include Mediterranean, Harvest, Chicken Tinga, Santa Fe, Classic Cobb and more.Customizable salads come with a choice of greens, up to four "core choppings" (celery, cucumbers, corn, ...

  8. Measles Exposure Confirmed At Newark Airport

    Measles Exposure Confirmed At Newark Airport

    A traveler from Aruba may have exposed others to the measles earlier this month, state health officials said.The traveler arrived in Terminal C on March 4 and then left for California from the same terminal, the NJ Health Department said. Anyone at the airport between 9 that night and 9:30 a.m. the following day could develop symptoms as late as March 26, health officials said.New ...

  9. Services Set For Former Lakeland HS Teens Killed In Wanaque Crash

    Services Set For Former Lakeland HS Teens Killed In Wanaque Crash

    Services are scheduled at the same funeral home this week for two former Lakeland High School students killed last week in a crash in Wanaque.The first service will be held for Victor Weinpel, 19, at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the D'Agostino Funeral Home in Haskell. Visiting hours will be from 3 to 7 p.m. Tuesday.Visiting for John Carlson, 17, will be from 1 to 4 p.m. ...

  10. Tressed To Impress: Ex-NYC Exec Has New Business Venture In Franklin Lakes

    Tressed To Impress: Ex-NYC Exec Has New Business Venture In Franklin Lakes

    Wash. Blow. Go.That's the idea behind Blo Blow Dry Bar, opening at Franklin Lakes Towne Square this month.The store is owned by local mom Kari Valcich, who spent nearly two decades commuting to New York City.Having worked as an entertainment marketer for a major international media conglomerate, the North Jersey mom knows the importance of looking and feeling your best, she ...

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