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Rotarians Learn of Forced Harvesting of Human Organs

Rotarians Learn of Forced Harvesting of Human Organs

  On March 5, Dr. Damon Noto attended a meeting of the Sunset Rotary Club-Central Bergen where he discussed the growing epidemic of harvesting organs from prisoners scheduled to be…

Hackensack Increases Trash Collection

Hackensack Increases Trash Collection

Beginning on March 17, Hackensack will increase garbage collection throughout the entire city to two times per week.  Last summer, the city council launched a successful pilot program in which…

Girl, 13, Reports Sexual Assault

Girl, 13, Reports Sexual Assault

A 25-year-old Hackensack man has been arrested by the Bergen County Prosecutor’s Office for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a girl beginning when she was 11 years old. County…

Win a Family Four-Pack to Ringling Bros. Barnum Bailey Legends

Win a Family Four-Pack to Ringling Bros. Barnum Bailey Legends

Everyone loves the circus, and by getting us ‘Likes’ on our Facebook page, you can win a family-4-pack to Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Presents Legends on March 20, 2014…

Sheriff’s Officer Discovers Heroin Stash

Sheriff’s Officer Discovers Heroin Stash

At approximately 11:40 a.m. Saturday, Bergen County Sheriff’s Officer Krzysztof Wojtylo was serving court papers in Garfield when he observed a motorist traveling south on Shaw Street toward Lanza Avenue. …

Child Sleep Tips for Daylight Savings Time

Child Sleep Tips for Daylight Savings Time

Daylight savings time starts this coming Sunday, March 9. We turn our clocks forward and miss out on an hour of precious sleep. It tends to be less problematic for…

Mordaga Accepts 3-Year Deal

Mordaga Accepts 3-Year Deal

     Hackensack Police Director Michael Mordaga has agreed to a three-year labor contract offered by the city council. Mordaga, who was hired by the previous administration 13 months ago, will…

Old-Fashioned Sweets, Modern Twist

Old-Fashioned Sweets, Modern Twist

By Joy Belgiovine Mills Bakery (275 Valley Blvd., Wood-Ridge ) has been a neighborhood staple in Wood-Ridge since opening its doors in 1920, serving up old-fashioned sweet treats such as pecan…

MLK Statue Project Seeks Donors

MLK Statue Project Seeks Donors

By Joy Belgiovine  As Black History Month comes to a close, the Bergen County Martin Luther King Jr. Monument Committee is actively seeking donations to put the finishing touches on…

Bergen Community Student Leading NAACP Region

Bergen Community Student Leading NAACP Region

Bergen Community College student Ivan Wei believes equality is colorblind – and so is he.  Perhaps not in the literal sense – Wei can see just fine – but for…