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A large winter storm will move into the area late Saturday evening and continue through early Sunday afternoon. Total snow accumulation is expected to be 3 – 6 inches. Snow will mix with rain and freezing rain on Sunday morning, which can cause a layer of ice from 1/10 to 1/4 inch thick. Temperature


Boy, 4, Dies After Nap at Jersey City School

A 4-year-old child died after being found unresponsive after a nap at a Jersey City school Thursday afternoon, schools officials said. School staff found the boy, who was in pre-K at the Rafael de J. Cordero School PS 37, unresponsive after the afternoon nap, according to officials.


Gov. Phil Murphy declares state of emergency for New Jersey starting at noon

NEW JERSEY (WPVI) -- New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced Friday afternoon that he is issuing a State of Emergency for the entire state effective 12 p.m. Saturday ahead of the impending weekend storm.


Englewood Man Used Letgo App To Rob Woman: Police

ENGLEWOOD, NJ — A city man was arrested in connection with several robberies of individuals linked to the Letgo buy and sell app, police reported. Sincere Degroat, 19, was charged with first-degree armed robbery, two counts of terroristic threats, and possession of drug paraphernalia, said Detective


Bergen County Makes Quitting Smoking a Breeze

HACKENSACK, NJ -- Roughly 14 percent of New Jersey adults smoke cigarettes. Although this number has decreased since 2010, multiple organizations are working to give those who live or work in Bergen County the tools and resources to make the commitment to quit.


Bergen County Introduces Smoking Cessation Resources

Roughly 14 percent of New Jersey adults smoke cigarettes. Although this number has decreased since 2010, multiple organizations are working to give those who live or work in Bergen County the tools and resources to make the commitment to quit. Quitting isn’t easy, however an estimated seven out of 1


Court Reduces Sentence in 2013 New Jersey Beating, Stabbing Murder

A North Plainfield man has had his murder sentence reduced after an appeals court ruled it was excessive because he wouldn't have been released until he was in his 90s. Gary Passarelli was 42 when he was convicted in 2015 of the beating and stabbing killing of John Niko, an acquaintance in Raritan T


What's Going On: 1/17, 1/18, 1/19 & 1/20, 2019

It's January, so that means it's time for another Light Of Day Weekend in Asbury Park. That means lots of shows, lots of will he or won't he, and lots of money raised for the fight against Parkinson's disease. There's also another edition of Asbury Underground, the free downtown music crawl that fea


Suspected Brooklyn gang members facing possible death sentence for murder of Bronx mobster placed GPS tracker under his car: prosecutors

A reputed Bronx mobster gunned down at a McDonald’s drive-thru was targeted for death by killers using a hidden GPS device. Federal prosecutors revealed Friday that Sylvester (Sally Daz) Zottola, a longtime associate of the Bonanno organized crime family, was murdered five days after the plotters su


Secaucus (61) at New Milford (20) - Girls Basketball

John Sterling got his first glimpse of Amanda Ulrich's special offensive talents well before she arrived at Secaucus High School. That's because as a third grader, Ulrich was already out-performing all of his players in shooting contests.


Officer dragged down NJ street by teens accused of Applebees dine and dash: Police

CLIFTON, N.J. —- (WPIX) -- A police officer was dragged down a Clifton street Wednesday night by teens who’d just left an Applebees without paying, officials said. The group of two men and two women alleged dine and dashers left an Applebees around 6:30 p.m., police said. An employee managed to stop


Girls Basketball: Bergen County Tournament seeds and bracket, 2019

The Bergen County Tournament was seeded on Wednesday, and Saddle River Day, No. 3 in the NJ.com Top 20, was named the top seed. The preliminary round will be played Saturday, Jan. 26, with the first round being played a week later on Saturday, Feb. 2.


Hundreds Of Strangers Show Up At Funeral To Honor New Jersey Veteran Who Died Without Any Family

WRIGHTSTOWN, N.J. (CBS) — Flying flags and wearing everything from biker jackets to dress suits, a large, diverse crowd assembled Friday to say farewell to a man they never knew. Last month, 77-year-old Peter Turnpu died alone in his Waterford home.


Ridgewood Board Of Education Sues to Extend Board Member Terms

Ridgewood NJ, it appears the Ridgewood Board of Education trustees love to cling to their power , not wanting to face election in April and looking to extend their term they have launched a Ridgewood taxpayer financed lawsuit against the Bergen County and the New Jersey Commissioner of Education .


Suspect in fatal hit and run at Long Island gas station surrenders

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Glen Rock (2) at Ramsey (3), Bergen County Tournament, First round - Boys Ice Hockey

Tyler Botta had a goal and an assist as eighth-seeded Ramsey defeated ninth-seeded Glen Rock, 3-2, in the first round of the Bergen County Tournament at Ice Vault Arena in Mahwah.


Dwight-Morrow (78) at Bergenfield (68) - Boys Basketball

Owen Roberts put on a show, scoring 41 points and grabbing 25 rebounds to lead Dwight-Morrow to a 78-68 win over Bergenfield in Bergenfield. Matthew Cho added 14 points and 10 rebounds in the win.


New Jersey braces for first winter storm of 2019

New Jersey residents are bracing for the first significant winter storm of 2019. Parts of the state are expected to receive more than half a foot of snow and a potentially dangerous accumulation of ice over the weekend.


Build-A-Bear Hug Day Promo Being Offered At Paramus Store

PARAMUS, NJ — Build-A-Bear is back with a promotional offer. This time, the company says it is celebrating national hug day with an offer that can be redeemed on two separate days over the long holiday weekend.


Local Builder Opposes $170 Million Hackensack School Construction Plan

My name is Frank Belgiovine. I own 140 Overlook Avenue and 140 Comet Way. For over 40-years I have built public and educational facilities and I know about construction costs and cost overruns. I had no knowledge of this nor received any notice that such a mammoth project was being planned until Ms.