Paramus NJ, On Sunday June 23, 2019 the Paramus Police Department and members of Paramus PBA 186 participated in the Knights of Columbus “Tank Pull” to benefit veterans charities. The police department also assisted with moving the tank to and from the Paramus Veterans Home for the event.
Paramus NJ, Paramus Councilman Chris Di Piazza, a candidate for General Assembly in NJ’s 38th Legislative District and former NJ National Committeeman to the National Young Republican Federation, offered the following statement in response to his vote against the 2019 Paramus municipal budget increase, which will saddle taxpayers with a triple digit property tax hike on the average household assessment.
Paramus NJ, A three (3) vehicle, Thursday morning, 06/27, collision at the intersection of Forest Avenue and Soldier Hill Road in Emerson resulted in one (1) injury requiring ambulance transport to a local hospital. Paramus Rescue extricated an adult female from a Nissan Rogue involved in the incident. Paramus Police, Paramus EMS, and Paramus Fire Department also assisted at the scene. The Nissan’s driver refused medical attention. Occupants of all other vehicles involved were uninjured.
Paramus NJ, This male and female burglary team have struck in numerous Bergen County towns including Paramus. Nearly 30 Little League stand burglaries throughout North Jersey are now linked to these two people. Anyone with information can call us at 201-262-3400 or use our anonymous TIP App located on this page or at www.paramuspolice.org
Ridgewood, N.J.-based Valley Hospital received approval from the state planning committee June 6 to build a seven story, 362-bed replacement hospital, according to the North Jersey Record.
The new hospital, expected to be completed in 2023, will have single-patient rooms and a five-story parking garage. It will be in Paramus, N.J., about 2.5 miles from the hospital’s current location in Ridgewood.
Rezoning, building and equipping the new hospital is expected to cost $735 million.
Paramus NJ, a New York City-based fast casual chicken finger restaurant, is pleased to announce the Grand Opening of their 8th store this Friday, May 31, 2019 at the Outlets at Bergen Town Center in Paramus, NJ.
The restaurant, located at 605 Bergen Town Center, is not just Sticky’s’ first New Jersey venture; it is also their milestone first foray outside of New York City. Sticky’s takes pride in serving “the best damn chicken finger you have ever tasted”. Two additional NJ locations (Bridgewater and Union Township) are planned for the coming months.
To celebrate their New Jersey Grand Opening, Sticky’s will be hosting some special activities this weekend only:
Paramus NJ, A multiple vehicle crash with multiple injuries slowed traffic on Route 17 southbound at Midland Avenue, Paramus on Tuesday night, 05/07 between 2130 and 2230 hours. Four (4) vehicles were involved according to Paramus Police. Two (2) of those were towed from the scene. Paramus EMS sent two (2) ambulances to transport victims to nearby hospitals. All travel lanes of the highway were closed with southbound traffic allowed to pass on the right shoulder only until the wrecks were removed from the roadway. Access to Route 17 southbound from Midland Avenue westbound was blocked while emergency responders worked at the scene.
What First Responders and the Community Need To Know
Paramus NJ, Join us for a free informational program featuring Ariff Admani, MD, Chief of Infectious Disease, Bergen New Bridge Medical Center, discussing what first responders and the community need to know.
Receive a free MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) screening/vaccination. Please arrive at 5:15 p.m if interested in the MMR (Measles, Mumps, Rubella) screening/vaccination.
Light dinner served.NJ EMS CEUs pending.
Thursday, May 16 • 6 p.m. Bergen New Bridge Medical Center , 230 East Ridgewood Avenue, Paramus, New Jersey 07652
photo courtesy of Paramus Police Emergency Services
the staff of the Ridgewood blog
Paramus NJ, Officers from the Paramus Police Emergency Services Unit assisted employees from Bergen Town Center and members of the Paramus Fire Department with a rescue of ducklings from a storm drain. Pictured are Officer Henry Ramm and Officer Jon Henderson.