Nicholas Katzban, North Jersey News

Nicholas Katzban

North Jersey News

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Recent:
  • North Jersey News
  • Daily Record
Past:
  • MyCentralJersey
  • The Asbury Park Press NJ
  • thedailyjournal.com

Recent articles by Nicholas:

North Arlington remembers Jersey City police detective Joseph Seals

Neighbors and business owners recalled Seals as a "simple quiet" family man who never flaunted his badge for recognition. → Read More

North Arlington rejects $10 million school referendum

Among security and classroom upgrades, the rejected bond would have helped fund repairs to the former Queen of Peace High School. → Read More

Recount does not change Bergen County election outcomes; Wallington still undecided

Election results were not overturned by Monday's vote recounts in East Rutherford, Norwood, Cresskill and Old Tappan. Wallington still unresolved. → Read More

Monday snow forecast projects higher inch counts in parts of New Jersey

Northeastern New Jersey could receive five inches of snow on Monday, while Sussex may get hammered with as much as nine inches by Monday afternoon. → Read More

East Rutherford school board sending $35.5 million referendum proposal to voters

"In one year alone, 12 pipes broke at Faust School, including one that sprayed 160-degree water," said Superintendent Giovanni Giancaspro. → Read More

Lyndhurst fatal crash victim identified by police

The woman was on her way to work when the crash occurred in Lyndhurst less than a quarter mile from her home, police confirmed. → Read More

Passaic man sentenced to 23 years for 2017 crash

Elijarh Hogges received a 23-year state prison sentence for his part in a non-fatal 2017 car crash in Passaic. → Read More

Bergen County GOP files for recount in East Rutherford mayor's race

Jeffrey Lahullier, a former Republican councilman who switched parties last year, took the mayor's seat this year with 836 ballots in his favor. → Read More

North Arlington moves forward with $10M December schools referendum

On Election Day, voters rejected three ballot proposals to spend $3.3 million to add staff, faculty and security personnel to the district. → Read More

East Rutherford Republicans lose mayor's race by 6 votes, will file for a recount

The Democratic mayoral candidate won the election by six votes after mail-in and provisional ballots were counted. → Read More

Driver strikes Teaneck teen in hit and run

One witness described a black "low rider" struck the 14-year-old, while the victim recalls a possible black SUV, as the car was able to pass over him. → Read More

Those backups on Route 17 in Rutherford? They're from the Popeyes' fried chicken frenzy...

The return of a customer favorite has lead to long lines at Popeyes locations across the U.S. In Rutherford, Route 17 battles backup from customers. → Read More

American Dream mall aquarium to boast classic NY culture — NJ not so much

The 25,000-foot aquarium will play off of New York touch points such as taxi cabs and Wall Street, and display species native to the Hudson River. → Read More

Judge puts hold on detention hearing in sex choking death to review suspect's statements

Michael Gaffney allegedly choked Francis Garcia to death while the two had sex in the back seat of her car after stepping out of a party. → Read More

Vito Trause, who left school to fight in WWII, dies at 94

Vito Trause, who received his high school diploma at the age of 92 after he dropped out of school to fight in WWII, died Thursday. → Read More

Dover man sentenced for assaulting girl over five-year span

Pedro Izquierdo-Herrera will be subject to megan's law and parole supervision for life after he admitted to assaulting the same girl for five years. → Read More

Two shootings in Passaic occur minutes apart on Halloween

Two shootings occurred in Passaic only minutes apart but prosecutors have not said whether the incidents are related. → Read More

Woman rescued after falling into well in Hillsdale

A woman who fell into a well in Hillsdale and had to be rescued Friday had only minor injuries, authorities said. → Read More

North Arlington asks voters to OK $13.3M for more staff, upgrades

The school district will ask voters for $3.3 million for new staff on Nov. 5, then seek a $9.9 million bond to repair Queen of Peace HS on Dec. 10. → Read More

Work begins on new proposal for former EnCap site in Meadowlands

Developers's plans include a six-building industrial complex, a solar farm and to preserve 400 acres of wetlands. → Read More