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Garfield Police Department tries to keep residents informed

Members of the Garfield Police Department were at 20th Century Field on June 27 handing out important literature to keep residents informed and educated.

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Garfield Ambulance Corps building work set to begin

Work will begin this week on the Garfield Ambulance Corps building on Midland Avenue after it was severally damaged during Superstorm Sandy last fall.

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Garfield man killed by a train in Saddle Brook

A Garfield man was fatally stuck by a train in Saddle Brook around 12 a.m. on June 20, according to a New Jeresey Transit spokesperson.

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Garfield man struck, killed by train in Saddle Brook

Robert Kukutschka, 37, was struck by a Hoboken-bound Port Jervis line train around midnight under the Route 46 overpass, NJ Transit spokesman John D’Urso said.

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Garfield resident arrested after vandalism at the Boys & Girls Club

A Garfield resident was arrested for vandalizing the Garfield Boys

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21-year-old man accused of vandalizing Boys and Girls Club of Garfield

Norman Girdley Jr., ransacked two offices, broke scores of windows, and destroyed decorations set up for a prom planned for Friday night for youngsters and their parents, police said. He even ate some of the food that had been set aside for the dance, said Paul Casey, the club’s chief executive officer.

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Garfield Police arrest Passaic man after day-long manhunt

A day-long manhunt by the Garfield and Passaic police departments resulted in the arrest of a Passaic man who fled police, broke into a Garfield home and attempted a carjacking in the city on June 5.

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Garfield enters into shared services agreement for turf sweeper

Garfield will have access to a turf sweeper that will clean bird droppings from the city's parks and public areas as part of a shared service agreement with the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey.

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Historic buildings in Garfield to be torn down to build a shopping plaza

A piece of Garfield’s history will soon be reduced to rubble, as workers begin tearing down one of the city’s former woolen mills on Wednesday.

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Passaic man suspected in massive Garfield search surrenders to police

A 47-year-old Passaic man suspected of domestic assault was at the county jail Thursday morning after police found him hiding in a crawl space in an attic on Palisade Avenue after a massive search, authorities said.

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