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Driver with two flat tires left scene of accident; charged with DWI
PARSIPPANY —Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Patrol Officer Jaime Mendez was observing traffic on Littleton Road when a 2017 Ford Explorer drove past him with two flat tires on the passenger side, at 1:04 a.m. on Monday, September 17.
Jaguar Land Rover North America, subsidiary to Britain's largest auto manufacturer, officially dedicated its new state-of-the-art North American Headquarters in Mahwah, New Jersey. - Area Development
Jaguar Land Rover North America, subsidiary to Britain's largest auto manufacturer, officially dedicated its new state-of-the-art North American Headquarters in Mahwah,
Police claim drunk school bus driver from Paterson hits cars, poles, hydrant
Police claim drunk school bus driver from Paterson hits cars, poles, hydrant(Photo: Cheryl Makin/Staff Photo)EAST ORANGE — Authorities say a school bus driver was driving drunk and on a suspended license when he hit several cars, two traffic poles and a fire hydrant during a 20-minute span.Wayne Car
Chick-fil-A expects to open first Morris County location by February
The Morris Plains zoning board of adjustment earlier this year approved an application by Morris Plains Holding UE LLC to build a 4,836-square-foot, free-standing Chick-fil-A restaurant with a drive-thru.
Waldwick mother dies after fainting in parking lot of Waldwick Middle School
“We received a call last night at 7 p.m., for a woman in the parking lot feeling faint,” said Lt. Troy E. Seifert of the Waldwick Police Department. Patrol officers, paramedics from The Valley Hospital, and the Waldwick Volunteer Ambulance Corp responded.
5 People, Including 3 Infants, Stabbed at NYC Maternity Center; Butcher Knife, Meat Cleaver Found at Scene
A 52-year-old woman is in custody; cops say she tried to kill herself in the basement of the facility after the stabbing spree A 52-year-old woman allegedly stabbed five people, including three baby girls no more than a month old, at a maternity center in Queens early Friday, and cops say they found
New Jersey Sheriff Caught On Tape Complaining About 'The Blacks' Apologizes, But Refuses To Resign
In tapes obtained by WNYC from aJanuary 16 conversation, a man identified as Bergen County Sheriff Michael Saudino of New Jersey can be heard making racist remarks as he complained about his state's governor, Phil Murphy.
Randolph orchard bustling despite manager's arrest for groping teens
Philip Green, the 59-year-old manager of the 19-acre roadside pick-your-own apples farm on Canfield Avenue, is barred from being on the premises while employees under the age of 18 are present.
Teen Shot, Killed While Playing Basketball in NYC Park: NYPD
A 16-year-old boy has died after he was shot in the head while playing basketball at a Brooklyn playground just after school let out Friday, and police say it appears he wasn't the intended target. Wale Aliyu reports. (Published Friday, Sept. 21, 2018)
Elmwood Park man fatally struck by car enjoyed the simple things in life
The routine was broken tragically earlier in the week when Bhatt, 55,was struck and killed by a car outside 7-Eleven on Broadway Tuesday morning.He lived in a nearby apartment and was on one of his routine walks.
Parking Lot Masturbator Wanted By Police In Morris Plains
MORRIS PLAINS, NJ — Do you recognize this man? Morris Plains police are searching for him after he allegedly masturbated in the Stop & Shop parking lot Sunday morning.
NJ Mom Of Triplets Dies, Collapsed At 'Back To School:' Report
Danielle Tessaro Convertino, the mother of 8th-grade triplets, collapsed and died in the borough's middle school parking lot just before her 44th birthday, according to Daily Voice. She was transported to The Valley Hospital in Ridgewood, where she was pronounced dead.
Randolph apple orchard owner charged with molesting teen workers
Known as Farmer Phil, the owner of Sun High Orchards in Randolph, was charged with groping two teenage girls who work for the pick-your-own apples farm.
Cops find $1M worth of heroin, cocaine hidden among onions on tractor-trailer in Netcong
Police developed information that the driver and passenger, both California residents, were transporting drugs, according to a release Wednesday from Netcong Police Chief James Blesson and Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp.
Police: "Multiple victims" in Maryland shooting
PERRYMAN, Md. --Authorities are responding after reports of shots fired in Harford County, Maryland, just south of Aberdeen,CBS Baltimore reports.
Museum Day: Free Admission At This Wayne Museum Saturday
WAYNE, NJ — If you're looking for a fun and free activity for the weekend, consider a trip to one of Arizona's museums. Saturday, Sept. 22 is "Museum Day" and admission to more than 1,500 museums in the country, including one in Wayne, is free.
Winning Lottery Ticket Sold in Parsippany
PARSIPPANY, NJ - A winning lottery ticket was sold in Parsippany at the Village Deli & Convenience Store, 109 Route 46 East. It was one of two lucky tickets matching all five numbers drawn splitting the $163,174 Jersey Cash 5 jackpot from the Tuesday, Sept. 18 drawing. Each ticket is worth $81,587.
12 In Deadly NJ Gang Ring Now Face Jail, Including Ex-Sports Star
Twelve members of a deadly New Jersey gang ring face long prison terms now that its longtime leader, an ex-high school sports star, has been convicted and sentenced. More than 80 gang members and associates have been arrested in the big bust that involves some of the nation's most notorious gangs.
These 6 dealers sold 1,800 bags of heroin to undercover agents, feds say
The U.S. Attorney's Office, in a statement, said Andre Mims, Herbert Cheeks, Anthony Woods, Gregory Mims, James Thomas and Freddie Mims were members of a drug-trafficking organization that sold heroin to customers from throughout the state.
Morristown churches ask U.S. Supreme Court to hear case; Berkeley law dean to represent opponents
Erwin Chemerinsky, dean of the Berkeley Law School, has joined the legal team opposing Morris County grants to churches. Photo: Berkeley Law