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  1. Amazon NJ Warehouse Chemical Release: Dozens Hospitalized, One Critical, More Treated On-Scene

    Amazon NJ Warehouse Chemical Release: Dozens Hospitalized, One Critical, More Treated On-Scene

    UPDATE: Two dozen workers at an Amazon warehouse in South Jersey were hospitalized – one in critical condition -- and 30 others were treated at the scene after a can of pepper spray intended to ward off bears fell from a shelf and released a cloud of fumes.The victims at the 1.3 million-square-foot Amazon fulfillment center in Robinsville, just outside of Trenton, reportedly had ...

  2. Wayne Nursing Home That Repeatedly Hung Up On Deaf Woman Pays To Settle Complaint

    Wayne Nursing Home That Repeatedly Hung Up On Deaf Woman Pays To Settle Complaint

    A Wayne nursing home repeatedly hung up on a deaf woman when she tried to contact the facility using a telephone relay service.Atrium Post Acute Care must pay Nicole Perkins, 33, of Queens $2,500 to settle the case – and could pay a $10,000 fine to the state if it commits a new violation, Attorney General Gurbir S. Grewal and the state Division on Civil Rights announced Wednesday.The ...

  3. Hail To The Champs: Englewood Soccer Club

    Hail To The Champs: Englewood Soccer Club

    Young members of the Englewood Soccer Club were hailed by the local mayor and council Tuesday night for their 2018 championship.The squad played against squads that included youngsters from Woodcliff Lake, Wayne, Riverdale, Montclair, Weehawken and Bayonne.They won it all beating Tenafly 5-0 last month on Tenafly’s field.The club is a not-for-profit organization created to teach ...

  4. Mahwah PD: NY Cigarette Smuggler Caught Hauling 50 Cartons From VA, With $11,324 In Profits

    Mahwah PD: NY Cigarette Smuggler Caught Hauling 50 Cartons From VA, With $11,324 In Profits

    An accused cigarette smuggler from Orange County was carrying nearly 500 packs without New Jersey revenue stamps and $11,324 in suspected proceeds when Mahwah police stopped him on Route 17, authorities said.Detective Eric Larsen and Officer Martin Kilroy stopped 32-year-old David Silverman of Monroe for moving and equipment violations near Mountainside Avenue Monday afternoon, Police ...

  5. Swastika Carved Next To Star Of David In Ridgewood HS Girls Bathroom Stall

    Swastika Carved Next To Star Of David In Ridgewood HS Girls Bathroom Stall

    Ridgewood High School became the latest target of hate symbols when someone carved a swastika next to a Star of David in a girls' bathroom stall, authorities said.Although he found Monday night's discoveries “shocking and disturbing,” Schools Supt. Daniel Fishbein said, “I am proud to say that it was a student who discovered the graffiti -- which was small in size and not easily visible ...

  6. Ssssshhhh! Tree Falls On Washington Township Library

    Ssssshhhh! Tree Falls On Washington Township Library

    No one was injured when a tree fell Tuesday on the Washington Township Public Library.The library was temporarily closed while officials inspected the building and clear the wreckage.Township police also responded.Boyd A. Loving contributed to this report.

  7. Swastikas, Racist Graffiti Spread From Pascack Valley HS To Hills

    Swastikas, Racist Graffiti Spread From Pascack Valley HS To Hills

    A recent rash of hate symbols that have confounded officials and angered parents have spread from Pascack Valley High School to Pascack Hills.This time, swastikas and a racial slur against black were found Friday in a bathroom at Pascack Hills High in Montvale, Schools Supt. P. Erik Gundersen confirmed.It marks the first such recent incident at PHHS, joining three in less than ...

  8. Visitor Trying To Down Flaming Shot At Park Ridge American Legion Ignites Entire Face

    Visitor Trying To Down Flaming Shot At Park Ridge American Legion Ignites Entire Face

    A man trying to do a flaming shot of grain alcohol at the Park Ridge American Legion Hall was rushed to the hospital Monday night with severe burns on his face, authorities said.Police officers who responded to the Ridge Avenue hall just after 6:30 p.m. found the 65-year-old Montvale man sitting at the bar holding a towel soaked in cold water on his face.It turned out the victim ...

  9. Fair Lawn Police Boost Protection Following Threat To Middle School

    Fair Lawn Police Boost Protection Following Threat To Middle School

    Fair Lawn police stepped up protection of borough schools on Tuesday following the discovery after Monday’s dismissal of what officials described as a “written threat on school property” against the Thomas Jefferson Middle School.“After an investigation and the advice and recommendation of the Fair Lawn Police Department,” borough schools “will remain open with an increased additional ...

  10. Police: Little Ferry DPW Workers Use Truck To Stop Sleeping Stoner's Wrong-Way Car

    Police: Little Ferry DPW Workers Use Truck To Stop Sleeping Stoner's Wrong-Way Car

    Two quick-moving Little Ferry DPW workers used their truck to stop a car driven by a borough man who passed out on his way to work after getting stoned Monday morning, authorities said.Scott Karavitis and Michael Mickendrow spotted the red 2002 Acura driven by William Christmas, 38, heading north on Bergen Turnpike in the southbound lane at 8:40 a.m., Detective Sgt. Ronald M. Klein Jr. ...

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