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Jerry DeMarco

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  1. Driver, 20, Who Survived Horrific Route 287 Crash In Mahwah Grateful To Many

    Driver, 20, Who Survived Horrific Route 287 Crash In Mahwah Grateful To Many

    A South Carolina woman whose sedan slammed into the back of a tractor-trailer on the shoulder of Route 287 in Mahwah last week said she was grateful to be alive. She also told Daily Voice that she didn’t fall asleep behind the wheel, as authorities initially believed.“Thank you to the paramedics for getting me out of my car,” Jordyn Carol King, 20, posted on Facebook from Hackensack ...

  2. One Of Coldest Thanksgivings On Record Could Affect Macy's Parade

    One Of Coldest Thanksgivings On Record Could Affect Macy's Parade

    We could be in for the coldest Thanksgiving in 16 years and the second-coldest since Turkey Day temperatures hit the teens 88 years ago, meteorologist Joe Cioffi said.Not only that -- it'll be windy, making it feel even colder and possibly grounding some of the 92nd annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade attractions, according to AccuWeather.com.In North Jersey, "low temperatures ...

  3. Franklin Lakes Police Continue To Pick Offenders Off Route 208

    Franklin Lakes Police Continue To Pick Offenders Off Route 208

    A trio of Route 208 traffic stops barely 24 hours apart led to four arrests, Franklin Lakes police said Monday.A stop by Officer Christopher Hefner just after 8 p.m. Saturday turned up warrants on a Bloomsburg couple: Archie Evans, 37, was wanted out of Parsippany and Stephanie Stevens, 38, was wanted out of Mount Olive, Capt. John Bakelaar said.Six hours later, another highway stop by ...

  4. Lodi Elementary Schoolers Return After Bomb Threat

    Lodi Elementary Schoolers Return After Bomb Threat

    A Lodi elementary school was evacuated for nearly an hour and a half after someone phoned in a bomb threat Monday morning.The caller said he was "not so happy with" George Washington School and that there was a bomb inside, a law enforcement source told Daily Voice.The Bergen County Bomb Squad and K-9 Unit was summoned just before 10 a.m.Police closed off streets and accompanied the ...

  5. Fire In Lodi Industrial Building Doused

    Fire In Lodi Industrial Building Doused

    Sprinklers helped douse a fire in a Lodi industrial building Sunday night.Firefighters "were met with heavy smoke and an activated sprinkler head," the borough fire department said.Crews stretched a hose line into the building, located the source of the fire and extinguished it, the department said.No injuries were reported.Firefighters from Garfield, Saddle Brook and Wallington ...

  6. Bogota Car Fire Doused

    Bogota Car Fire Doused

    No one was hurt in a car fire in Bogota late Friday, authorities said.Police and firefighters from Bogota and Ridgefield Park responded to the 11:45 p.m. fire on Palisade Avenue at Route 80, Police Sgt. Geoffrey Cole said.Bogota firefighters quickly doused the blaze.

  7. Car Slides Off Garden State Parkway Ramp In Elmwood Park

    Car Slides Off Garden State Parkway Ramp In Elmwood Park

    A sedan took out a light pole and skidded down an embankment off the northbound Garden State Parkway in Elmwood Park Saturday afternoon.There was no immediate word on injuries following the crash, which occurred just after 2 p.m. as the driver pulled off the parkway onto Route 46.

  8. HUD: Paramus Landlord Refuses To Rent To Black Mom, Uses 'N' Word, 'White Power,' 'KKK'

    HUD: Paramus Landlord Refuses To Rent To Black Mom, Uses 'N' Word, 'White Power,' 'KKK'

    A Paramus landlord texted racial slurs to a black mom while refusing to rent her an apartment, said federal housing authorities who’ve charged him with discrimination.John Graham “denied the opportunity to rent a two-bedroom apartment that was advertised on Craigslist because [the woman and her young son] are African-American,” the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) ...

  9. Lyndhurst Police Veteran Completes Prestigious DEA Program

    Lyndhurst Police Veteran Completes Prestigious DEA Program

    It’s not every local police officer who’s selected for special DEA training in Quantico, VA, but Lyndhurst has one: Sgt. Richard Pizzuti.Pizzuti recently completed a two-week leadership program after being chosen by the head of the Drug Enforcement Administration’s New Jersey Domestic Field Division.During the Drug Unit Commanders Academy (DUCA), he studied:personality assessment ...

  10. You Can Help Wayne Police, Marines Make Christmas Special For Needy Youngsters

    You Can Help Wayne Police, Marines Make Christmas Special For Needy Youngsters

    Wayne police hope to again make dreams come true for less fortunate children with their 9th annual "Toys for Tots" collection drive.PBA Local #136, department U.S. Marine veterans and their colleagues hope to boost the momentum they've built over the years, Capt. Laurence W. Martin said.The drive begins this Friday, the day after Thanksgiving, and continues through Dec. 13.New, ...

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