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FBI arrests sixth Paterson police officer in corruption investigation
The FBI arrested a sixth Paterson police officer on Tuesday morning as part of its corruption investigation, announced U.S. attorney Craig Carpenito. Daniel Pent, 32, of Paterson, is charged with conspiring to deprive individuals of civil rights under color of law. He is accused of unlawfully stoppi
Snack Shack in Englewood Cliffs Announces Opening Date
The Snack Shack, which is located at the Englewood Cliffs boat basin, will reopen for it’s fifth season in 2019 on April 29th. A menu (View Menu) includes their usual mix of breakfast items, empanadas, hot dogs, burgers, sandwiches, salads and more.
NYC Woman Who Lost Eye After Brutal Arrest Still Faces Charges
THE BRONX, NY — A lawyer for a Bronx woman who says an NYPD cop gouged her eye out last June is demanding prosecutors drop the charges she still faces months after the brutal arrest.
Rockland declaring state of emergency over measles outbreak, will bar unvaccinated from public places
ROCKLAND COUNTY, New York (WABC) -- Rockland County is declaring of state of emergency Tuesday over the ongoing measles outbreak and barring unvaccinated people from public places.
Mysterious pile of sliced-up women’s clothes found in woods around N.J. neighborhood
When his wife and young daughter found a woman’s discarded clothing balled up in the woods near their Bergen County house on Monday, Dave Carota knew he had to call the police.
Friends of Englewood Library to Host Spring Book Sale
ENGLEWOOD, N.J.—The Friends of the Englewood Library are holding their bargain spring book sale April 5, 6, and 7. “Great prices, quality, and variety are a keynote of this popular sale and visitors are likely to find just the book they are looking for,” organizers told Northern Valley Press. “One o
Kulture Kool Brings The Festival of Holi to Englewood Public Library
ENGLEWOOD, N.J.—On Saturday, March 16, the Englewood Public Library hosted a fabulous Indian extravaganza. Holi, the ancient festival of India, was brought to life in a concert by Kulture Kool, a school specializing in south Asian performing arts.
Bronx man shot in shoulder after he wouldn’t give robber his ring dies of his injuries
A Bronx man who was shot in the shoulder last week because he wouldn’t give his ring to a robber lost too much blood to survive, his distraught girlfriend told the Daily News Monday night.
Family Dollar reportedly to close 2 N.J. stores in plan to shutter 143 locations nationally
Two Family Dollar stores in New Jersey are among 143 locations being closed nationally as Dollar Tree continues its push to consolidate and renovate stores following the company’s purchase of the discount retailer in 2015, according to a store closure list obtained by AL.com.
Feds charge 4th Paterson cop in robbery scheme during traffic stops
Federal authorities have charged a fourth Paterson police officer in an alleged scheme to steal cash during traffic stops and then falsify reports. FBI agents arrested Daniel Pent, 32, of Paterson, on Tuesday and charged him with conspiring to deprive individuals of their civil rights under color of
Salud Cafe Coming Soon to Englewood
Salud Cafe, a new healthy eatery is coming soon to Englewood. Plans for the shop, which is located inside NJ Eye and Ear, is to offer a selection of plant-based items from local prepared food business Kale & Co (Website).
Cops Arrest Man Who Repeatedly Kicked Elderly Woman on Subway [VIDEO]
*New York police arrested a violent 36-year-old Yonkers man Saturday after he was filmed brutally attacking an elderly woman on a subway train earlier this month. Several passengers filmed the incident on their phones, but no one came to the aid of the helpless 78-year-old woman as the brute repeate
Firefighters respond to 3 multi-alarm Jersey City blazes in 7 hours, dozens displaced
The Jersey City Fire Department responded to three multi-alarm blazes in a span of seven hours between late last night into early, leaving dozens of residents displaced, Fire Chief Steven McGill said at a press conference this morning.
4 Crashes, 1 Fatal, Cause Closures On NJ Turnpike
A fatal crash partially closed the New Jersey Turnpike overnight, according to reports. The accident was among several that impacted the roadway on Tuesday morning. FOX29 reported that the crash involved a pedestrian north of Exit 6 in the Burlington County area sometime after midnight. All of the l
‘Junior’ murder suspect says he was Trinitarios leader, identifies 5 stabbers in Bronx bodega death: Detective
THE BRONX —- (WPIX) -- A Bronx homicide detective testifying in the first, pre-trial hearing for the murder of Lesandro “Junior” Guzman-Feliz on Monday said a gang member admitted that he was the “head guy” of the Trinitarios Sure set and then identified the five suspects now going on trial for Murd
Legal weed in N.J. failed. But Murphy says he will soon expand medical marijuana to as many as 200K patients.
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Wendy Williams & Husband Kevin Hunter: 5 Fast Facts You Need to Know
Wendy Williams and her husband Kevin Hunter have been in the news a lot lately as rumors that Hunter has been having an affair are in full swing. In recent months, many people have been focused on Williams’ addiction treatment as she revealed that she’s been living in a sober house.
Two Men Arrested in Hoboken During Alleged Drug Transaction
Charges: Distribution of CDS Heroin, Distributions CDS Heroin 500 feet of Park. Distribution of CDS Heroin 1000 feet of School, Distribution CDS Crack Cocaine, Distribution CDS Crack Cocaine 500 feet of Park, Distribution CDS Crack Cocaine 1000 feet of School.
NJ man says he was handcuffed and beaten by corrections officers
A South Jersey man has filed a federal civil rights lawsuit against several Cumberland County corrections officers, saying he was handcuffed and then badly beaten while in custody.
Wall Street firms made $27 billion last year. That's the biggest haul since 2010
New York (CNN Business) — Wall Street profits climbed to an eight-year high in 2018 as the industry continued its recovery from the financial meltdown of 2008. The securities industry hauled in $27.3 billion in pretax profits last year, up 11% from 2017, according to the office of New York State Com