BLOTTER: 11/18/10 issue|
By Susan C. Moeller / Senior Reporter
(Nov. 18, 2010) — The
information below is compiled from local police blotters, as that
information is made available, and is not intended to give a full
description of every criminal incident in the local area.
CARLSTADT — An interaction
between a tenant and building supervisor ended with a call to police
Monday, Nov. 8. The tenant alleged that the building superintendent and
his son had assaulted him; the supervisor alleged that the tenant
attacked he and his son with a knife. There were no injuries, and a
weapon was not located. Complaints are pending, according to police.
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Locals win State Fair contests|
BELLEVILLE (Nov. 18, 2010) —
State Fair Superstore, a seasonal retail attraction in Belleville,
recently announced the winners of its first-annual Halloween Spooky
Story and Art Contest. Lyndhurst residents Galina Bello, Vincent Bello
and Charlie Bello were recognized for their outstanding achievements in
art and writing.
Galina, 11, took first place for art in the 10-12 age category, for a
mixed-medium picture of trick-or-treating on Halloween night, featuring
pumpkins, ghosts and kids in costume.
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Congratulations to Alicia and Anthony!|
(Nov. 18, 2010) — Alicia
Freda of Lyndhurst and Anthony Matarazzo of North Arlington were married
June19 at The Stone House in Warren. The outdoor wedding ceremony was
officiated by the mother of the groom, the Rev. Deborah James of
Bethlehem, Pa. The bride’s parents are James Freda and the late Alicia
Freda of Lyndhurst, and grandparents are Angela and Louis Freda also of
Lyndhurst. The father of the groom is John Matarazzo of Kearny, and
grandparents are Charlotte and Anthony Matarazzo and Yolanda Hallamek
all of North Arlington. The bride’s matron of honor was Lynn Gnoinski,
maid of honor was Jackalyn Freda, and bridesmaids were Jennifer Joyce,
Victoria Maschio, Jessica Vederso and Samantha San Filippo. The best man
was Jeffrey Gnoinski, groomsmen were John Babai, Peter Bonavita,
Jonathan Maschio, Jonathan Noguera and Joseph Testa. The flower girl was
the couple’s dog Stella Dora. The happy couple would like to thank
their friends and family for giving them a perfect wedding day.
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Doggy Q & A — 11/11/10|
(Nov. 11, 2010) — Dear Connie,
I am currently a small animal science student at Delaware Valley
College. I am taking a class called "Canine Training and Behavior" in
which I must choose an AKC-recognized dog breed and e-mail a breeder to
learn about the breed. Could you please e-mail me back if you are a
breeder of the flat coated retriever or if you know a breeder of these
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Donovan vs. McNerney — tonight at the Williams Center!|
RUTHERFORD (Oct. 7, 2010) — The day has come. The questions are ready. The lights are set. The candidates are preparing.
Tonight at 7:30 p.m., Bergen County Executive Dennis McNerney and
Bergen County Clerk Kathleen Donovan will square off in a candidates
debate at the historic Williams Center in downtown Rutherford. Doors
open at 7 p.m.
Arrive early to ensure the best seats. The first 100 people to attend
will receive two free passes to the 7th-Annual New York Metro Travel
& Adventure Show in Secaucus on Oct. 16-17.
Several distinguished guests and public officials will be sitting
with the public. Seating, except for a few reserved rows, will be on a
first-come, first-served basis. Campaign literature and signs will not
be allowed inside the center, but the plaza right outside will be
available to both campaigns and their supporters.
See you tonight at 7 p.m.
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