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N.J. swimmer does backstroke under the Brooklyn Bridge, swims all the way around Manhattan
Susan Kirk in 2015 after finishing a 15.7-mile swim from the Tappan Zee Bridge to the George Washington Bridge (Photo courtesy of Susan Kirk)
Bergen County Fashion Guru: The Trends You Need This Summer
Summer time and the living’s easy -- well at least your wardrobe should be.
iFLY Paramus Offers $500 Gift Card (You Might Need It With These Prices)
iFLY Paramus will open April 13. It'll look a little something like this: the Baltimore location. Photo Credit: iFLY Facebook
Here are the 30 N.J. towns with the lowest property taxes
Of course, average property tax bills are just one way to compare municipalities' property tax burdens.
Look Inside: Last Of New Englewood Condos Hit Market At $462K
With 90 percent of upscale condominiums at Englewood's The M sold, the remaining apartments in the newly-constructed building have hit the market.
Hackensack Teacher's New Book Takes On American Divisiveness
New Milford's Christopher Ryan and his newest book, "A Simple Rebellion."
Photo Credit: Christopher Ryan
Greek Family's Delicious Traditions Carry On At New Paramus Bakery
Greek from Greece features an extensive menu of traditional Greek food. Photo Credit: Facebook: Greek from Greece
Closter Girl Competes In Kids Baking Show On Food Network
Hackensack Company Is Saving America Millions Of Pounds In Carbon Emissions
Brothers Chris Gordnick of Hackensack, and Justin of Rochelle Park left their jobs as salesmen to launch Phoenix Sun Energy, a solar panel installation company.
Lick It Or Not: Scratch 'N Sniff Postage Stamps
In case you're itching for a new kind of postage stamp. Photo Credit: ©2018 USPS
Vintage photos of high school proms in N.J.
Where do New Jersey's healthiest people live? Here's how your county ranks
Leafy, affluent Morris displaced equally prosperous and rural Hunterdon as the healthiest county in New Jersey, according to interviews and data measuring personal habits, educational and financial achievement and access to medical care.
Nanni Ristorante in Rochelle Park gets featured on the Bergen Review
Nanni Ristorante in Rochelle Park successfully combines Old World charm and dependability with exciting cuisine and an array of specials sure to please the palate.
POLL: Paramus Mayor Won't Change The Blue Laws
Despite being home to New Jersey's largest shopping center, Paramus Mayor Richard LaBarbiera won't be changing the blue laws, he said.
Single Clifton Mom From Poland Shares Inspiring Story Of Power, Immigration
Aneta Vogelgesang in Beyond skin care & electrolysis in wallington. Offers several hair, beauty and skincare treatments. "So be strong and dint be afraid, don;t have self pity. You have to make yourself happy. If you have to kick some out, do it. If you need to go to school, do it. You will always find the money to make yourself happy". For many people in distress, Aneta Vogelgesang of Clifton's business is the only answer.
2 Hilton Hotels Opening Under 1 Roof In Teaneck
The Teaneck hotel will open in Spring 2018. Photo Credit: Contributed
Where To Eat Next: Bergen Foodies Share Their Top Picks
If you're a foodie, you often count your year in terms of where you ate -- and what you tasted.
Vintage photos: Going 'down the shore' in N.J.
If you've ever wondered about the etymology of the phrase 'down the shore,' english.stackexchange.com weighs in with an answer:
These Bergen County Pools Allow Non-Residents
With temperatures expected to creep up, a pool is looking like a necessity. This is the updated list of area Bergen County pools that accept non-residents.
How To Eat With Color In Mind
When you look down at your plate at meal times, do you see a variety of colors? If the answer is yes, then you're most likely eating nutritious food.
She Said Yes! Fort Lee 5K Race Ends With Finish Line Proposal
Moments after crossing the finish line, Thomas Susarchick proposed to girlfriend Ariel Hidalgo, who he met six years ago at the same race, ABC7 reports .
These Bergen County Locations Rank Among Best Places To Live In America
Safewise.com released a report ranking the nation's 100 "safest cities." Photo Credit: Provided
Panera To Deliver From These Bergen, Passaic Locations; Hiring Hundreds
Panera Bread will be launching a delivery service in New Jersey this spring
Keeping it Simple
Nothing To Do? Here Are Several Volunteer Opportunities In Bergen County
A Washington Township Habitat For Humanity project is among the many volunteer opportunities in Bergen County this summer. Photo Credit: Habitat For Humanity
Here are N.J.'s 10 most endangered historic sites for 2018
Each year, historic sites across the Garden State are lost, gone forever. Preservation New Jersey, the organization which advocates for historic preservation, on Tuesday morning in Trenton took another step in its ongoing effort stem the loss, announcing its 10 Most Endangered Places list.
By Bill Gallo Jr.
Looking for love in N.J?
If you're looking for love in New Jersey, you're best off keeping in mind that old real estate adage -- location, location, location.
Stew Leonard's supermarket could be coming to this N.J. mall
As Sears closes stores around the country -- 250 last year, more than 100 to shutter this year -- what will become of the empty spaces, especially anchor locations in malls?
The 20 N.J. towns with the highest percentage of million dollar homes
Where are the state's most well-to-do homeowners? To answer that question, you can use average home values in towns, but that won't capture the very wealthiest segment of the population — those with homes over $1 million.
By Erin Petenko | NJ Advance Media
How N.J. brothers found lost Rembrandt worth $1M under a ping-pong table
John and Kathy Nye of Nye & Company Auctioneers display the Rembrandt painting found in the basement of a Bloomfield home. The artwork fetched $1.1 million. (Photo courtesy of John Nye)
Glen Rock Barbershop Owner Is Living His Dream At 24
Barber Casey Terramoccia, 24, of west milford, owns iconic Barber shop & shave parlor in Glenn Rock.
The top 3 N.J. school districts in each county that pay teachers the most
New Jersey teacher salaries have been rising. The median salary among New Jersey teachers was $66,117 in 2016-17, up from $64,550 the previous year.