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Elderly Wyckoff woman stabs her 69-year-old husband in the leg with kitchen knife, cops say

Wyckoff woman allegedly stabs elderly husband in leg with kitchen knifeWYCKOFF, N.J. - A 66-year-old Wyckoff woman has been arrested for allegedly stabbing her 69-year-old husband in the leg during an argument, police say.


Teaneck Rotary distributes dictionaries to 3rd graders

Teaneck Rotary donates dictionaries to local 3rd gradersTEANECK, N.J. - This year, as in the past, the Rotary Club of Teaneck is in the process of handing out dictionaries to all 3rd graders in the public school systems in Teaneck.


Volunteer Center seeks donors to fill gift requests

Christmas presentsBERGEN COUNTY, N.J. - Donations of toys, clothing, gift certificates and cash are urgently needed to help bring holiday cheer to people with no families at all, or those who might otherwise be forgotten.


Gabe Bernstein named Englewood Little League Player of the Year

Englewood Fall Little League All StarsENGLEWOOD, N.J. - Englewood Mayor Wildes attended the 2009 Englewood Fall Little League Season Championship Game and presented Gabe Bernstein with an official commendation from the Mayor's Office as "2009 Player of the Year."


Exhibit features work of photographer Hank Gans, with reception on November 12

Hank Gans flyerBERGEN COUNTY, N.J. - Bergen County Executive Dennis McNerney and the Board of Chosen Freeholders invite the public to attend an art opening reception with music and light refreshments on Thursday, November 12, from 6-7:30 p.m. in the lobby of the County Administration building at One Bergen County Plaza in Hackensack.


Eldercare educators to speak in Paramus on November 10

Eldercare Advisors give seminar in Paramus, New JerseyPARAMUS, N.J. - A panel of eldercare experts is offering free lectures to help people navigate through the maze of services geared towards aging, including a seminar on Tuesday, November 10 in Paramus.


Free lecture in Woodcliff Lake on history of immigration in New Jersey

Ellis Island immigrantsWOODCLIFF LAKE, N.J. - The Morris Museum Adult Outreach Program will be offering a lecture on "Coming to New Jersey: Immigration and the Garden State" on Wednesday, November 11 at 3:30 p.m.


Wyckoff Police Blotter for November 4, 2009

tequila bottleWYCKOFF, N.J. - According to police, on October 31 at 1:14 a.m., Ptl. Mark Tagliareni stopped a vehicle on Route 208 for speeding. Following the stop, an open bottle of tequila was reportedly observed in the car, as well as a glass marijuana smoking pipe.


Republicans Todd & Vincentz retain council seats in Ridgefield

Republican Ridgefield Councilman Angus ToddRIDGEFIELD, N.J. - Republican incumbents Angus Todd and Warren Vincentz have won re-election to the Ridgefield Borough Council, with the totals as follows as of approximately 10:00PM:


Republican challenger wins Dumont Council seat

Republican Dumont Council-elect Kenneth FreemanDUMONT, N.J. - Sole Republican challenger Kenneth Freeman has won a seat on the Dumont Borough Council, while incumbent Democrat Rafael Riquelme was voted out of office.


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