Bergen County's Most-Clicked Stories in April

The Top 5 most clicked-on stories across the county include news of a cop shooting and an NFL player opening a new business.

Credit: Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza.
Credit: Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza.

What were Bergen County residents reading about in April? A cop shooting, NFL player, and a statewide debate over free speech.

Check out the top five most clicked-on countywide Patch stories of the month below. And, if you have an idea for a story you’d like to see on Patch in May, email it to Jessica.mazzola@patch.com.

5. Cops Searching for Missing Father of Two

Police are asking for the public's help in locating a man whose car was found abandoned on the Palisades Interstate Parkway.

4. NFL Legend Dan Marino Opens New Bergen County Restaurant

Marino is part owner of Anthony's Coal Fired Pizza, which opened its second location in the county this month.

3. 3,000 Tickets Cracking Down on 'New Jersey’s Distracted Driving Decade'

According to the acting Attorney General, 1.4 million accidents in NJ over the past 10 years have been caused by driver inattention.

2. Report: Cop Shot Outside Bergen County WalMart

Three men are in custody in connection with the shooting in Garfield, reports say.

1. Patch Poll: NJ Woman Denied '8THEIST' License Plate, Sues State

Woman claims the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission denied her First Amendment rights. What do you think?


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