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  1. These North Jersey Schools Have Early Dismissals Due To Extreme Heat

    These North Jersey Schools Have Early Dismissals Due To Extreme Heat

    With a heat advisory by the National Weather Service in effect, several North Jersey schools will be closing early Thursday.Heat index values are expected to reach 100 degrees Thursday afternoon -- humidity will also be "quite high," the NWS said.The following districts have announced early dismissals:Cliffside Park Public SchoolsClifton Public SchoolsFairview Public ...

  2. Two North Jersey Retailers Sell Winning Lottery Tickets

    Two North Jersey Retailers Sell Winning Lottery Tickets

    Two winning lottery tickets were sold at North Jersey retailers.A Jersey Cash 5 ticket from the Aug. 4 drawing was sold at Union Food Stores in Totowa. The winning numbers were 22, 23, 27, 33 and 40 and the XTRA number was: 04. That ticket will win the jackpot of  $380,993.One of two third-tier prizewinning tickets from the Sept. 4 drawing was sold at the ShopRite of Post Road in ...

  3. Dog Left To Die In Sweltering North Jersey Apartment

    Dog Left To Die In Sweltering North Jersey Apartment

    No food. No water. No strength to move from her own waste -- a dog was left to die in a Paterson apartment in more than 100 degree temperatures.The emaciated pit bull was found Wednesday tied up in the basement of an apartment complex on North 3rd Street after a concerned citizen reported the dog was in the basement Paterson Chief Animal Control Officer John DeCando told local media ...

  4. Hate Mail Floods Inbox Of Clifton Woman Who Exposed Geoffrey Owens Working At Trader Joe's

    Hate Mail Floods Inbox Of Clifton Woman Who Exposed Geoffrey Owens Working At Trader Joe's

    For every message of support that Geoffrey Owens received, the woman who exposed him working at Trader Joe's in Clifton received two -- but hers were dripping with disgust.Karma Lawrence says she is deeply regretful of taking the photograph that ultimately drove the "Cosby Show" actor to quit his job as a grocery store cashier. As fans and actors jumped to support Owens while ...

  5. TRIBUTE: Juicy Platters Fair Lawn Mourns Beloved Employee Augie Feola

    TRIBUTE: Juicy Platters Fair Lawn Mourns Beloved Employee Augie Feola

    He always wore a smile and made customers feel like family. Augostino "Augie" Feola, remembered as one of the kindest and most welcoming employees at Juicy Platters in Fair Lawn, died on Sunday, Sept. 2. He was 70 years old.Visitation is scheduled for Saturday from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Pizzi Funeral Home in Northvale. A funeral will be held in Italy.Feola's boss and Juicy ...

  6. Mahwah Man, 66, Killed By NJ Transit Train In Ramsey

    Mahwah Man, 66, Killed By NJ Transit Train In Ramsey

    NJ Transit on Wednesday said a man struck and killed by a commuter train in Ramsey the day before was a 66-year-old Mahwah resident.The Main Line train -- bound for Suffern from Hoboken -- struck him around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday just west of the Main Street station, a spokesman said.Service was suspended in both directions for nearly an hour and a half.Last month, Governor Phil Murphy ...

  7. Teaneck's First Black Township Manager William Broughton Retires

    Teaneck's First Black Township Manager William Broughton Retires

    Teaneck's first black township manager William Broughton announced at Tuesday's council meeting that he will be stepping down.Broughton, who has held the position for nearly nine years despite the two hour commute from Jackson, said simply that the time has come. The Teaneck High School graduate worked as a township police officer before retiring as captain in 2009. He went on to work ...

  8. Mahwah Man, 66, Killed By NJ Transit Train In Ramsey

    Mahwah Man, 66, Killed By NJ Transit Train In Ramsey

    NJ Transit on Wednesday said a man struck and killed by a commuter train in Ramsey the day before was a 66-year-old Mahwah resident.The Main Line train -- bound for Suffern from Hoboken -- struck him around 12:30 p.m. Tuesday just west of the Main Street station, a spokesman said.Service was suspended in both directions for nearly an hour and a half.Last month, Governor Phil Murphy ...

  9. These North Jersey Public School Districts Have Highest Paid Teachers

    These North Jersey Public School Districts Have Highest Paid Teachers

    New state data shows that North Jersey has some of the highest paid teachers in the state.The median salary for New Jersey teachers was $67,812 last year although teacher pay varied depending on skill set, location and experience, NJ.com says. The lowest paid teachers in the state were making less than $50,000 while the highest paid teachers were earning more than $100,000, the article ...

  10. North Jersey Nurse Records Impactful Video After Her Own Cancer Diagnosis

    North Jersey Nurse Records Impactful Video After Her Own Cancer Diagnosis

    A North Jersey mother and nurse is raising awareness to colon cancer after a recent and shocking diagnosis of her own.Jennifer Waller, 32 of Clifton, went for a colonoscopy after experiencing vague abdominal symptoms and weight loss, she explained in a recent video. When the mom of two woke up hours later, the doctor told her she had a large tumor in her colon."I made this video ...

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