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East Orange man convicted of triple murder
NEWARK, NJ — Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens II announced Dec. 12 that an Essex County jury has convicted Jeffrey Holland, 30, of East Orange of triple murder for the killing of Tiniquah Rouse, 21; Ashley Jones, 23; and Jarrell Marshall, 28.
West Orange HS boys’ basketball team to tip off the season
WEST ORANGE, NJ – The West Orange High School boys’ basketball team will tip off the season tonight, Dec. 14, against Newark Central at home at 7 p.m. The Mountaineers, under head coach Demond Cowins, hope to have another successful season after going 16-10 last winter.
Hudson County Sheriff’s Office to participate in drunk driving crackdown
The Hudson County Sheriff’s Office has begun participating in an end-of-year drunk driving crackdown that will continue through the end of the year. “My officers will be out in force throughout the county looking for impaired drivers, we will catch you and you will be arrested,” Sheriff Frank Schill
Armored truck spilling cash leads to multiple crashes on New Jersey highway
EAST RUTHERFORD, New Jersey (WABC) -- Money rained down on a New Jersey highway Thursday morning, leading to several crashes as motorists stopped and scrambled to pick up the cash.
NJ to Pay $615K Settlement to Father of Irvington Man Shot, Killed by Trooper
The State of New Jersey will pay $615,000 settlement to the father of an Irvington man shot to death by a New Jersey State Police trooper. According to reports, on Oct. 3, 2013, Trooper Miguel Holguin responded to an Irvington street for a report of a man armed with two weapons.
Happy Ending For Cat Who Spent 536 Days In Hudson County Shelter
HUDSON COUNTY, NJ — A cat that spent a whopping 536 days at a Hudson County animal shelter finally has a forever home, and rescuers couldn't be happier. Earlier this week, the Jersey City-based Liberty Humane Society – which also services Hoboken – reported that Nina Rodriguez, its longest-tenured r
Fake Amazon packages and GPS helped cops catch package thieves
As the online shopping market continues to explode – it reached $121.5 billion, up 14 percent year-over-year in the third quarter according to the U.S. Department of Commerce – the biggest concern has been package theft, alarming shoppers, law enforcement and e-commerce companies alike.
Armored truck spills cash all over New Jersey highway. Chaos ensues
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. (AP) — An armored truck spilled cash on a New Jersey highway, causing crashes as drivers stopped to grab the money, police said. Police Captain Phil Taormina said it looks as if the vehicle had an issue with the lock on one of its doors.
Hold the Date list of upcoming events
Mount Gulian Historic Site, 145 Sterling St., Beacon, will have its annual Children’s Holiday Tea noon-2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 27. The site’s two main rooms will be decorated for the holidays and tables will be set with linens and fine china. The menu includes assorted Harney & Sons teas, scones, fing
Masked gunmen wanted for robbing, attacking New Jersey gas station employees
KEARNY, New Jersey (WABC) -- The manager of a New Jersey gas station was beaten by attackers wearing masks and carrying guns in a violent robbery caught on camera. Surveillance videos shows two masked men barging into the Exxon gas station on Passaic Avenue -- one with a shotgun and one with a glock
Woman shoved onto subway tracks at Union Square; man sought: NYPD
MANHATTAN, N.Y. — A man is wanted for questioning after a woman was pushed onto subway tracks at Union Square Thursday, according to police. The incident happened at tracks for the northbound Nos. 4 and 5 trains at 10:47 a.m., police said.
Hudson police log, Dec. 14 edition
7:28 a.m. Forest Ave. Disturbance, general. 12:42 p.m. Washington St. Larceny/forgery/fraud. 3:05 p.m. Washington St. Larceny/forgery/fraud. 5:13 p.m. Richardson Rd. Larceny/forgery/fraud.
State will pay $615K to father of man shot, killed by state trooper
The State of New Jersey will pay $615,000 to settle a federal lawsuit filed by the father of a man shot to death by a New Jersey State Police trooper. Trooper Miguel Holguin responded to a report of a man armed with two weapons on a street in Irvington on Oct. 3, 2013.
Simone Development buys 104 Corporate Park Drive building for $14 million
Simone Development Cos. has closed on the 104 Corporate Park Drive office building in Harrison for $14 million, the latest step in its plan to create a pediatric ambulatory care center for Montefiore Medical Center in the building.
5 New Open Houses In The South Orange Area
SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — Shopping around for a home online can feel like a waste of time. To get a real feel for a house, you really have to visit it yourself. That's the beauty of the IRL open house: No more bumbling around in the dark!
Newark Women Killed In PA Highway Crash
NEWARK, NJ – Two Newark women were killed Wednesday when a dump truck crushed an SUV they were in on a Pennsylvania highway Wednesday, PA State Police said. Regena McCray-Palmer and Connie Motley-Wright, both 50 and of Newark, N.J., died after a Nissan Pathfinder they were in was crushed by a dump t
Supreme Court rules Hudson County prosecutors withheld exculpatory evidence in murder case
In a first of its kind decision, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled Tuesday that the Hudson County Prosecutor’s Office withheld exculpatory evidence from the defense prior to a detention hearing for a murder defendant.
Chelsea starting team confirmed: Sarri makes ten changes with Fabregas captain at MOL Vidi
Maurizio Sarri has made multiple changes to his Chelsea starting team against MOL Vidi tonight as they play their final Europa League Group L game of the season. The Blues have already qualified as group winners for the last 32, meaning for them the game is of little significence. However, the Hunga
Mother, 5 other adults charged with beating, scalding 3-year-old with hot water as punishment
A mother and five other adults have been arrested after they repeatedly beat and threw scalding water on a 3-year-old boy in order to punish him at the Newark home they share, prosecutors said.
Meet the chef behind's Soons Orchard's insanely popular 'Dinner At The Farm' events
When Shawn Hubbell was a child, Saturday morning cartoons didn’t hold the same appeal that they do for most kids. “I was watching cooking shows,” he says. “Julia Child, The Ragin’ Cajun, Jacques Pepin.” His father’s job at a large produce company took the family to Guatemala when Hubbell was eight a