Another Teen Charged in Synagogue Attacks in Top County News
Each week Patch highlights the top news from around Bergen County
In top county news this week:
Aakash Dalal pleaded not guilty Monday to charges of conspiracy, aggravated arson, bias intimidation and criminal mischief in connection with a series of attacks on Bergen County Synagogues.
Stephen Baldino of Lyndhurst pleaded not guilty Thursday in the stabbing of his neighbor Lydja Mitchell whose body was found Monday in her apartment.
A Mahwah couple was arrested Wednesday after police found stolen jewelry in their pick-up truck during a traffic stop, police said.
A 2-year-old New Milford girl believed to have been abducted last weekend was been found in Texas at the home of her paternal grandmother, police said Monday.
Police arrested a 74-year-old Franklin Lakes man who they say stood naked in the front window of his home while children were passing on their way both to and from school.
A 33-year-old Teaneck man who had already pleaded guilty in one fraud scheme was charged this week with bilking Morgan Stanley Smith Barney out of more than $37,000, according to U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman.
Paramus Police arrested an alleged East Orange heroin dealer Wednesday after they caught her smoking marijuana while parked in a Garden State Plaza parking lot.
Washington Township residents were offering a reward for a one-legged turkey named “Eileen” after witnesses saw two men snatch her up over the weekend. She has since been returned safely.
The Ridgewood Village Council unanimously agreed to dismiss the school district's proposal that public parking spots on Heermance Place be taken over by the district
A study released this week concludes Bergen County's most dangerous roads for pedestrians are Route 17, Route 93 and Route 4.
Nearly 500 people from several Bergen County communities attended a fundraiser in support of a Hasbrouck Heights mother of two who was recently widowed and then diagnosed with stage four breast cancer.
A combination of the Fair Lawn Recreation Facility Committee and the members of the borough's past pool committee will study a proposal for the future of Memorial Pool.
The River Edge PBA designed First Responder's Memorial, which features a World Trade Center beam, received approval this week to be located outside of the police department and borough hall.
Students at Fort Lee School No. 1 earned about $800 for their school’s PTA this year simply by clipping coupons and, with the help of family members, shopping online.