Teaneck Crash, Wyckoff Pot Bust, Paramus Facebook Policy Top County News
Each week Patch highlights some of the top news around Bergen County.
In news from around Bergen County this week:
Officials have reported that the raccoon that attacked a man near his Pine Street home in New Milford last week tested positive for rabies.
A 23-year-old Belleville man trying to ship $3,500 worth of marijuana across the county got busted after postal inspectors sniffed out then reported the illicit parcel to cops, according to the Wyckoff Police Department.
Teresa Guidice of Real Housewives of New Jersey and Celebrity Apprentice signed copies of her new Fabellini and chatted with fans at Heights Beer & Wine Emporium in Hasbrouck Heights.
An anti-Obama group of volunteers working on behalf of the LaRouche PAC, a political network that is calling for, among other things, the impeachment of President Barack Obama, set up shop outside the post office on East Ramapo Ave. in Mahwah on Wednesday.
Zack Stein, a junior special education student at Fair Lawn High School acts an as ambassador for the March of Dimes, the organization that played an important role in saving his life. He and his father will walk in the March of Dimes March for Babies in Wayne this Sunday.
Countless bubbles filled the air at Hamilton School in Glen Rock Thursday for "Bubbles 4 Autism," a shot at raising awareness of the developmental disability and also to set a new world record.
After Fort Lee Federal Savings Bank takes on too much debt, the bank financially "implodes" and the FDIC and Alma Bank are left to pick up the pieces.
The New Milford man charged in a single-car River Road crash that left his sister hospitalized with serious internal injuries had his drivers license suspended nearly two dozen times, a state official said this week.
Staff members at Paramus public schools can't add students as "friends" on social networks, as part of a policy the Board of Education recently adopted.
Teaneck's BLAST was featured Friday night on ABC’s hidden camera show “What Would You Do.”