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Man fatally struck by SUV in Jersey City Heights
The man, whose identity was unknown Friday afternoon, was crossing Summit Avenue at Griffith Street at 10:30 a.m. when he was struck by a Toyota Rav-4 heading east on the one-way street, Jersey City police spokeswoman Kimberly Wallace-Scalcione said.
D4, A Boutique For Moms, Opens In Fort Lee
D4 featuers a wide selection of sweaters, fur coats, casual wear, and party and date night outfits. Chung wants to expand the store's selection of baby and children's clothes.
Former Hawthorne Blimpie sandwich shop owner accused of setting store on fire
Robert Pinero, 34, of North Bergen, was arrested Friday following the investigation that claimed he and another man went into the Wagaraw Road sandwich shop shortly before the fire started Aug. 18, 2017, according to the Passaic County Prosecutor's Office. The store was closed at the time.
The First Street Block Party in Hoboken is Happening Saturday, October 20th - Hoboken Girl
You’re invited: The first ever First Street Block Party in Hoboken! In between Willow and Park Avenues, First Street will be shut off as locals enjoy the fall weather and the First Street Block Party featuring over 20 local businesses in and around the 1st Street area all day Saturday, October 20th.
High-Speed Chase, Crash Shuts Down Route 9A
This story has been updated.A high-speed police chase that ended with a crash has closed a major Westchester County roadway in two towns and injured a police officer, according to the Westchester County Police.The chase began around 11:30 a.m. Friday when a Westchester County Police officer received
Middlesex prosecutor's office: Brennan police reports 'exempt from disclosure to the public' | Hudson County View
The prosecutor’s office said that any police reports related to Brennan’s case, which revolves around her claim that she was raped by former state Schools Development Authority chief of staff Albert Alvarez, are “considered criminal investigatory records,” which aren’t public records.
State police release cause of death for 20 victims of limo crash
Speakers at a vigil in Amsterdam sought to console those grieving after a crash Oct. 6, 2018, killed 17 passengers, a driver and two bystanders.Georgie Silvarole and Laura Nichols, Rochester Democrat and Chronicle
Essex County Police: Woman Killed, $5K Reward To Catch Shooter
NEWARK, NJ — The Essex County Sheriff's Crime Stoppers Program is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the death of Michelle Newkirk, 26, of Newark.
Marathon, road work closes streets over the weekend in Yonkers
The 93rd Yonkers Marathon, which runs through the city's downtown, will take place this weekend.
Elmwood Park police chase suspect onto Route 80 after heated traffic stop
Police officers Joseph Pride and Keith Hartmann stopped a male driver on River Drive near Slater Drive when the driver became increasingly uncooperative, said Elmwood Park Police Chief Michael Foligno. After he refused to follow instructions, the officers then directed him to exit his vehicle, which
NYPD: 2 Arrested After Proud Boys, Protesters Brawl in NYC
The founder of a far-right group said Friday he was arranging the surrender of members wanted by police in connection with a New York City street brawl after a speech he gave last week. Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes told The New York Times said he expects the rest of the group's wanted members to
Morning Joes - Breaking Down the Jets [Kirk Cousins vs. NYC Media/Fans, Dalvin Cook, Adam Thielen as the WR's "Best"/Whether he is "Athletic"] - Vikings Territory
On this episode of Morning Joes, the fellas break down the upcoming game against the “upstart” Jets, from the banged up secondary vs. Cousins/Diggs/Thielen, whether or not Dalvin Cook could/should play, Thielen as the NFL’s “Best” and the idea that he’s not “Athletic”, the Defensive Line (including
Police investigating incident at School 10 in Paterson
(Photo: Tariq Zehawi/Staff Photographer)Over a dozen police cars could be seen at School 10 in Paterson with one unmarked car roaming the area on Friday.A request for teachers to immediately send down a list of their absent students could be heard on the loud speaker.Paterson police director Jerry S
Police: Alleged luring incident in Clifton appears to be a misunderstanding
In a post on their Facebook page, Clifton police said the white panel van caught on video driving away from the home of a girl who called the police was found in Paterson. Prior to locating the van, police released video footage of the vehicle. There is black graffiti on the driver side of the car a
10 Things to Do this Week in NYC: October 19th – October 25th
As the cool autumn weather finally sets in, you can start getting in the Halloween spirit with a moonlit cemetery tour, help out local public schools by buying hand-made desserts or go inside a historic Jazz Age movie palace. All this and more is happening this week in New York City. Check out our U
Jersey City man sentenced to 7 years for killing his cousin
Rana said Rush family members "were enjoying each other's company, laughing, dancing and momentary anger and recklessness is why they are here." She said Tavon Rush can be seen in the video "casually and recklessly" firing the shot.
Yonkers: Man who fled country sentenced to 20 years in prison for 2016 fatal shooting
A man, who fled the country after shooting a 19-year-old man in Yonkers two years ago, is going to prison.
$158K Jersey Cash 5 ticket sold in Hudson County
The Powerball and Mega Millions jackpots are a combined $1.3 billion, so the $158,000 Jersey Cash 5 grand prize seems like chump change. But the person who purchased the winning ticket at a Jersey City gas station store will take it all the same.
NJ Transit: One canceled train on the Northeast Corridor
Some trains have been temporarily discontinued or have changes of origin/destination for PTC installation. This impacts the Northeast Corridor, North Jersey Coast Line, Morris & Essex, Montclair-Boonton and Main-Bergen-Port Jervis lines. Service is expected to be completely restored by mid-January 2
Powerball ticket worth $1 million bought at N.J. supermarket, 6 others worth $50K
There were also six third-prize tickets sold in New Jersey. Each matched four numbers plus the Powerball and is worth $50,000. They were bought at the following locations:Schuyler Foods on Schuyler Avenue in North ArlingtonThe Wine Rack on Essex Street in MillburnSungate Mini Mart on Prospect Street