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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.
Hackensack University Medical Center holds 7th annual AIR Express Golf Outing
Seventh annual AIR Express Golf Outing honoring Dr. Dante Implicito, M.D. for his service to Hackensack University Medical Center. 10/16/2018
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
Things to do Oct. 25
EVENTSRoseland Farmers Marketwill be held at the corner of Roseland and Harrison avenues noon to 6 p.m. every Friday to Oct. 26.Eighth Annual Menorah Lighting Ceremony,sponsored by Roseland Recreation, will be held at 140 Eagle Rock Ave. on Tuesday, Dec. 2. Festivities including blessings, remarks
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.
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
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
Hackensack Meridian Health Names Kenneth N. Sable, M.D., MBA, FACEP, Regional President of Southern Market
Hackensack MeridianHealth,the most comprehensive and truly integrated non-profit health care network in New Jersey, is pleased to announce the appointment of Kenneth N. Sable, M.D., MBA, FACEP, as regional president of the network’s Southern Market.This appointment is in conjunction with Hackensack
Man takes 11th hour plea in fatal shooting inside illegal gambling joint
DeAndre Thomas, 23, pleaded guilty to aggravated manslaughter for fatally shooting Davonte Carswell, 23, on Nov. 15, 2015 inside a Jersey City bodega that doubled as an illegal gambling joint.
RECOGNIZE HIM? Suspect Wanted For Car Burglaries In Rochelle Park, Maywood, Hackensack
The suspect, who had a young male accomplice, is in his 20s, slim, with a large tattoo on his arm, Rochelle Park Police Sgt. James DePreta said.
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
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
2 men in white van sought for possible attempted luring of young girl in NJ
Police say the individual who approached the girl was sitting in the front passenger seat in the van and is described to be in his 40s, about 5-feet-5-inches, with a thin build and dark, curly, short hair.
Trial Set To Start In Death Of CT Man Killed After Night Of Partying In NYC
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) - A trial gets underway Thursday in the death of a 26-year-old Connecticut man who authorities say was stabbed to death following a night of partying in Manhattan. Joseph Comunale's body was found buried in a shallow grave in Monmouth County, New Jersey, in November 2016. (Cred
NYC high school, college on lockdown over report of gun
The investigation is ongoing, and so far, no one is in custody and no weapons have been recovered.
Male Athlete of the Week: Tymere Robinson, Hackensack
Accomplishment:Robinson, a running back/linebacker, rushed for 250 yards and three touchdowns on 36 carries and scored on a two-point conversion run, and posted 10 tackles, three for loss, and one interception to lead the Comets to a 29-25 victory over Kennedy. The win was Hackensack's second straig
Mahwah Teacher Who Sexually Assaulted Girl, 6, Won't Go To Jail
MAHWAH, NJ — A former township substitute teacher charged last year with sexually assaulting a 6-year-old girl willnot serve jail time and will not have to register as a sex offenderafter pleading guilty to child endangerment, according to a NorthJersey.com report.
Dead Toddler Found In Suitcase In NJ Had Cocaine In System: HCPO
The father, Travis Plummer, 37, has been charged with dumping the body of his daughter on train tracks and keeping the girl's body for months before bringing it from Virginia to New Jersey.
Jersey City man charged with slashing, stabbing Bergen woman: report
Gabriel Mercado, 22, was charged with attempted murder and weapons possession offenses after he surrendered to police in Newark Monday afternoon, hours after the incident, the website said.
Deal keeps money-losing shipping terminal open, for now
In the renewal deal, the Port Authority agreed to pay Red Hook Container Terminal, the company that has operated the business since 2011, $2.75 million per year in management fees and $1 million per year to subsidize the terminal's operations and help make the facility financially viable.