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Woman Dies, Fire Truck Ignites in Out-of-Control Fire in NJ
What to KnowA woman died in an out-of-control fire at the corner of 36th Street and Broadway in Bayonne, New Jersey, firefighters sayAt least four buildings and home were engulfed by the inferno that broke out around 1:30 Wednesday morningThe cause of the fire is under investigation
Umbrella-Toting Attacker Among 5 Wanted in Wild NYC Brawl
What to KnowA brawl broke out near the boardwalk on Coney Island Monday night, leaving a 17-year-old stabbed in the back and another young man hurtCops released video of a rainbow umbrella attack on the older man, who is 21. Both victims are expected to be OKNo arrests have been made, but police say
Newark’s homeless residents protest against looming closure of emergency shelter
NEWARK — The size of the homeless population in Newark, New Jersey, the state’s largest city, may pale in comparison to the tens of homeless men and women currently living in New York City’s homeless shelters.
The five best free things to do in NYC this week
When you live in NYC, it can be hard to stick to a budget. Luckily, we’ve got you covered. Whether you’re looking for aconcert,art exhibit,comedy showor even adate idea, there are plenty of places to have a good time without paying a dime. Here are the best free parties, cultural events and things t
Woman killed after fire rips through 3 buildings in Bayonne
BAYONNE, N.J. — One woman is dead after a fire ripped through three buildings in New Jersey early Wednesday.At least one person is dead after a fire broke out at Bayonne buildings June 20, 2018.At least 50 firefighters are on scene battling the blaze that erupted at a mixed-use building on 795 Broad
Recognitions abound at West Orange High School Music Awards - Essex News Daily
Students were recognized for their efforts, successes and contributions in orchestra, chorus, step, regional bands, ninth-grade band, concert band, symphonic winds, wind ensemble, marching band and winter color guard.
Newark cop who shot man after off-duty bar fight convicted of manslaughter
"He went out in cuffs, just like he should have," said Gaffney's mother, Judy Valdes, shortly after the verdict. "He's behind bars where he belongs. ... Justice has prevailed."
WATCH: Troubling Video Shows Immigrant Girls Separated from Parents Being Led Into Foster Home in NYC, Then Leaving With Blankets Over Their Heads
About an hour after entering a building that houses the Cayuga Centers, the girls are filmed leaving the center with what looks like blankets over their heads. They are accompanied by a male and female adult who have no official or professional dress, badges, or other identification that marks them
Authorities Offer $20K Reward for Information on 2017 Murder of Maplewood Grandmother - The Village Green
Acting Essex County Prosecutor Robert D. Laurino announced today that Essex County Sheriff Armando Fontoura’s Crime Stoppers Program has increased the reward from up to $10,000 to up to $20,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the death of
Metro-North trains now running close to schedule
Metro-North railroad train pulls into the Union Station passenger platform Saturday morning June 8, 2013 to board passengers bound for points south to Grand Central Station in New York City. Photo by Peter Hvizdak / New Haven RegisterMetro-North trains are now running on or close to schedule after a
Smoking Pot In NYC Will Still Get Some Arrested Under New Policy
NEW YORK, NY — The NYPD plans to go easier on New Yorkers caught smoking marijuana in public, but lighting up will still get certain people cuffed, city officials said Tuesday.
Man Molested Patient At Jersey City Medical Center, Police Say
JERSEY CITY, NJ — A judge decided this week to keep a Jersey City man in jail after he was charged with sneaking into the room of an 80-year-old female patient at the Jersey City Medical Center on June 6, and sexually molesting her.
Speeding in Maplewood? Prepare to Be Ticketed —and Don't Name Drop - The Village Green
If you speed in Maplewood during the next few months, there is a greater than usual chance you will be ticketed — and if you are, do not attempt to get out of it by name dropping.
Man in custody after woman fatally stabbed at Belmont track
At about 6:30 a.m., police received a 911 call of an injured female at the track in Elmont. Police say Franco-Martinez was the victims ex-boyfriend, and that he stabbed her multiple times while she was walking a horse.
Welcome to South Orange, drive 25! - Essex News Daily
SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — With very few exceptions, the speed limit throughout South Orange Village is 25 miles per hour, reminds a village press release.
EXCLUSIVE: Prospect Park Man Was Beaten, Thrown In Passaic River To Drown
A 26-year-old Prospect Park man whose body was pulled from the Passaic River after being missing for more than a month drowned after being beaten, Daily Voice has learned.Jorge Alcalde-Alfaro, 26, "was beaten up pretty good, but he was still technically alive when he got tossed in the river," an inv
Jersey City schools to close early due to excessive heat
Jersey City mayor, Steven Fulop, announced the city will open their regular cooling centers citywide.
3-day-old child mysteriously found dead in home
A 3-day-old child died Saturday after her mother found her not breathing inside her Queens home, police sources said.Joyce Liang was discovered unresponsive at the home on 136th Street in Flushing at about 6 p.m., according to the sources.The newborn was lying limp in her mother’s arms when police a
Snoop Dogg Headlining Free July 4th Fireworks Event In New Jersey
Follow CBSPHILLYJERSEY CITY, N.J. (Patch.com) —Jersey City will continue its tradition of attracting some of the most recognizable names in the music industry to its free, annual July 4th fireworks event. For 2018, the celebration will include none other than hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg.
Congress members demand access to NJ immigration detention center, call what they saw ‘despicable’
“We are here today to tell Trump and Jeff Sessions that America welcomes its tired, its poor, its huddled masses,” he said. “”It doesn’t put them in jails and tent cities.”