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  1. NYJet Gets Emotional Visiting Hospitalized Paramus Bus Crash Victims

    NYJet Gets Emotional Visiting Hospitalized Paramus Bus Crash Victims

    Paramus middle schoolers recovering in the hospital from last week's Route 80 school bus crash that killed two received a special visit from New York Jet Avery Williamson last weekend.When the linebacker was asked by Jets staff to visit the East Brook students at Morristown Medical Center -- located near the Jets' training facility in Florham Park -- he immediately said yes, the New ...

  2. TV Show Rescues Bergen Family 'Assaulted' By Ghosts

    TV Show Rescues Bergen Family 'Assaulted' By Ghosts

    Gary and Jen Kozdra knew their Mahwah house was haunted days after buying it in 1999.The paranormal activity was in the attic of the North Railroad Avenue home, where the name "Beatrice" was written on the chimney and a light blinked on and off.Then things got hairy, Jen Kozdra said. "Whatever was here was physically attacking us," she said."For a very long ...

  3. Route 4 Jitney Driver 'Did The Right Thing,' Sheriff's Officer Says

    Route 4 Jitney Driver 'Did The Right Thing,' Sheriff's Officer Says

    A Bergen County Sheriff's Officer is hailing the driver of a Bergen County jitney bus a hero for doing the right thing -- possibly saving passengers from the unimaginable.The female driver took no chances when she began feeling ill as she was driving along Route 4 in Teaneck Thursday afternoon."She was having body pains and a headache, so she pulled over," Officer Justin ...

  4. SUV Slams Into Teaneck House After Colliding With Mini Cooper

    SUV Slams Into Teaneck House After Colliding With Mini Cooper

    A driver whose SUV collided with a Mini Cooper and then crashed into a house in Teaneck was hospitalized with undetermined injuries Thursday afternoon.The other driver was fine after his car collided with the Chevy SUV at the corner of Forest and Overlook avenues around 3:30 p.m.Both vehicles had to be towed.The house sustained minimal damage.

  5. PHOTOS: Follow Bear On Backyard Bergen Tour

    PHOTOS: Follow Bear On Backyard Bergen Tour

    The latest great bear hunt left one up a Waldwick tree as police pursuers gathered below.Uniformed officers from Midland Park, Ridgewood and Waldwick chased the furry forager through area yards.The bear played in trash, sunbathed on the grass, then hustled his tuchus up a tree behind a home on Evergreen Street around lunchtime.Right behind was intrepid photographer Boyd Loving.Several ...

  6. Fit Cops: CrossFit Alone Trained Bergen County Dad For 300-Mile Unity Tour

    Fit Cops: CrossFit Alone Trained Bergen County Dad For 300-Mile Unity Tour

    State parole officer Dino DeVirgilio had approximately 30 miles to go until the next rest stop during the Police Unity Tour earlier this month.He was somewhere in the Chesapeake Bay area, 163 miles into the ride. And no matter which direction he turned, the Washington Township dad seemed to be battling a headwind.Although this marked DeVirgilio's 13th consecutive Police Unity Tour -- an ...

  7. Bergen County Town Divided Over Historic Mansion Tied To Slavery

    Bergen County Town Divided Over Historic Mansion Tied To Slavery

    Recent discoveries connecting the 19th-century Captain William Tyson House in Rochelle Park to slave trafficking have taxpayers fuming over the already controversial historic home.Others, however, are on a mission to save the East Passaic Street house before it hits the auction block.The mansion was purchased in June 2015 for $600,000 from the Rochelle Park surplus account while ...

  8. Lettuce Rejoice: Federal Officials Clear NJ Romaine Of E. coli

    Lettuce Rejoice: Federal Officials Clear NJ Romaine Of E. coli

    It's okay -- you can eat the romaine, federal health officials said following a natonwide E. coli outbreak.Since March, at least eight people in New Jersey were among the 172 people in the U.S. that were sickened by an E. coli outbreak likely stemming from Yuma romaine lettuce.Instead, the lettuce being sold to restaurants and grocery stores is now coming from California, officials ...

  9. Unschooled Lyndhurst Contractor Busts Blue-Collar Stereotype: Have No Shame

    Unschooled Lyndhurst Contractor Busts Blue-Collar Stereotype: Have No Shame

    Zachary Dettmore of Lyndhurst has always carried a certain amount of shame around being a blue-collar worker.Although his mom has a doctorate and his dad has a master's degree, the 29-year-old never even attended elementary school.He was unschooled. At home, Dettmore followed a curriculum related to childhood learning that he says allowed him to pursue an avenue of education that he was ...

  10. Champion Lyndhurst Grappler Frank W. Schrimp III Dies, 29

    Champion Lyndhurst Grappler Frank W. Schrimp III Dies, 29

    Lyndhurst native Frank William Schrimp III of Lyndhurst died on May 18. He was 29 years old.Schrimp of Towaco was known for his quick wit, humor and looks. He was a loyal friend to many and always held his mother’s words, “I dance to the beat of my own drum” close to his heart. Frank was a black belt in Aikido & Jujitsu and was a champion grappler. More than $4,000 had been raised ...

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