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Crossing guard struck on Bergenfield road

A crossing guard helping a crowd of more than 1,000 worshippers make their way to Congregation Beth Abraham synagogue for Rosh Hashanah services on Tuesday morning was struck by a car traveling east along a stretch of New Bridge Road that one congregant called “a disaster waiting to happen.”

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Bergenfield Fire Department announces death of former chief

The former chief died Saturday morning. The release stated that he had served the fire department for 40 years.

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Bergenfield doctor's accuser tells of groping

Suffering from debilitating neck spasms, Maria Zito drove to Bergenfield earlier this year to see Dr. Raja Jagtiani, the internist who she said had expertly guided her through a variety of ailments over the previous nine years.

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Bergenfield swears in first female municipal police chief in Bergen County

Cathy Madalone was flanked by close family members, including her partner, daughter and tearful mother, as Municipal Court Judge Helene Herbert swore her in as the new head of the Bergenfield Police Department on Tuesday night.

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Bergenfield man runs to show his love for a woman

Unsatisfied with merely telling a woman he would run to the ends of the earth for her, Slava Koza put on his running shoes and did it. Starting at Dillon Beach, Calif., the Bergenfield man averaged around 35 miles a day on his more-than-3,000-mile odyssey across the continent, ending at the fountain outside Lincoln Center in New York City.

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Bergenfield doctor accused of inappropriately touching 3 employees and a patient

A 54-year-old physician is accused of inappropriately touching three employees and one patient at his Bergenfield practice.

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Ex-Bergenfield councilman loses state ethics ruling

Former Bergenfield Councilman Robert Gillman, who now serves as the borough’s recreation director violated New Jersey’s Local Government Ethics Law when he voted to appropriate $300,000 for a building to be used by an organization he served as president, a state board has ruled.

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Bergenfield attorney to serve as Franklin Lakes Planning Board counsel

FRANKLIN LAKES – The Planning Board appointed Mark D. Madaio its new attorney effective Aug. 5.Madaio, 54, replaces John A. Spizziri, who had served in the position since 1970 and retired at the end...

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Bergenfield native writes 'Revolutionary' fiction

"Mistress Firebrand" is the latest in Donna Thorland's trio of stand-alone novels about the war -- a series titled "Renegades of the American Revolution."

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New Bergenfield chief to be first woman to head a Bergen County police department

The 46-year-old Staten Island native, who recently entered her 22nd year in the department, has a number of accolades to her name, including selection to the competitive FBI National Academy earlier this year. Madalone, who is also a licensed funeral director, currently serves as the Public Information Officer and leads the youth police academy that the department hosts for middle school students every summer.

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