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Garfield police introduce private security camera registry to help speed up investigations

City police are hoping to make life more difficult for criminals with a new private security camera registry that they’re calling EyeCam.

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Students build character at Garfield Junior Police Academy

The Garfield Junior Police Academy entered into its 10th annual year with 40 incoming high school freshmen participating during the week of July 8.

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Garfield to again contest state’s assessment that Police Chief Kevin Amos violated N.J. labor law

The city will appeal the state’s upholding of an examiner’s ruling that Police Chief Kevin Amos violated state labor law when he asked a union officer to leave a labor-management meeting and threatened the officer’s employment.

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Unusual recipe for Garfield cleanup


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Garfield schools ethics hearing postponed until December

A hearing on an ethics complaint filed against five former Garfield school board members has been postponed until December.

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Emergency generators will be bought in Garfield

Four emergency generators are expected to be purchased for city buildings after an introduction to an ordinance was passed by the city council at the July 9 council meeting.

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In Garfield, residents tell police, city officials about growing threat from traffic

Garfield police met Thursday with residents of a Fourth Ward neighborhood to discuss speeding and other concerns, two days after a group from the area pleaded with city officials to address what they say are hazardous traffic conditions putting their children at risk.

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Ruling upheld on Garfield police chief's violation of state labor law

A hearing examiner’s ruling that Garfield Police Chief Kevin Amos violated state labor law when he asked a union official to leave a meeting and threatened the officer’s employment has been upheld.

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Garfield High School Academic Hall of Famers inducted

The Garfield High School Academic Hall of Fame inducted six new members into the organization at a dinner on June 20 at the Royal Manor in Garfield.

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Garfield High School students get scholarship funds

Garfield High School honored some of its graduating seniors on its annual scholarship night awarding more than $130,000 in scholarships on June 20.

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