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Transformer blows, knocks out power in East Rutherford, Carlstadt

A transformer blew on Hackensack Street in East Rutherford, between Orchard and Stanley streets, today Jan. 14, at approximately 10 a.m.

Meadowlands warehouses sold for $47.5 million

A portfolio of eight industrial properties, most in the Carlstadt Meadowlands, has been sold for $47.5 million to a Wall Street firm, according to CoStar, which tracks commercial real estate data.

Radiant Orchid named color of the year

Carlstadt's Pantone declares Radiant Orchid color of 2014

Carlstadt's Best Practices Worksheet reveals no state aid will be withheld

Carlstadt Police Blotter, Dec. 19 Criminal Mischief Suspicious person warrant

A compilation of Carlstadt police activity

Carlstadt court employees used court's computer system to fix tickets, criminal complaint says

A complaint released by the Bergen County prosecutor's office Thursday details how the women, the administrator and deputy of the Carlstadt municipal court, manipulated the court's computer system to scrap parking tickets and avoid fines.

Carlstadt court staffers charged in records falsification

The Carlstadt municipal court administrator and her deputy were arrested Wednesday and charged with falsifying records of numerous parking tickets to avoid the payment of fees and reverse the suspension of driving privileges, Bergen County Prosecutor John L. Molinelli said.

Carlstadt court administrators charged with falsifying records

The two court clerk administrators who were suspended in October for allegedly fixing court documents and traffic tickets were arrested and formally charged with falsifying and/or tampering with records today.

Court grants prosecutor appeal of Carlstadt mayor's community service sentence

Despite entering into a Pre-Trial Intervention (PTI) program last year, a Bergen County court has ruled the judge was wrong to let Mayor Will Roseman to enter the program that cleared him of official misconduct charges, the Appellate Court ruled on Nov. 20.

GOP retain Carlstadt Council seats; upset in BOE election

The Carlstadt Council maintained its GOP stronghold, with Richard Bartlett and David Stoltz running unopposed.

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