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Warning of Deadly Drugs Proliferating in Bergen County

In response to New Jersey Attorney General Gurbir Grewal’s announcement Friday regarding the takedown of a major fentanyl and heroin drug mill in Hudson County, Acting Bergen County Prosecutor Dennis Calo has issued a warning about potentially deadly narcotics in the local area.


Man Kicked 78-Year-Old Lady On Subway For Threatening His Family, Fiancée Claims

The fiancée of a Yonkers, New York, man, who was arrested Saturday for attacking a 78-year-old homeless woman on a Bronx train, said the attack took place after the woman threatened to stab them.


Local Artist Mark Finne Opens Art Spring Show at Acuworx Acupuncture Studio

JERSEY CITY, NJ - Local Jersey City Artist. Acupuncture Studio (Vito A. Lofts, 190 Christopher Columbus Drive, JC, NJ). In honor of spring equinox, over 100 invited guests attended the opening party featuring seventeen of Finne's vibrant, original acrylic on canvas paintings in various sizes. His wo


6 Best Places to Get a Hamburger In and Around Bergen County

A good burger is a staple in everyone's diet. Whether you're a vegetarian, vegan, or full-on meat-eater, there's a burger that's perfect for you. What could possibly better fill a greasy craving than a juicy burger on a lightly toasted, soft yet crispy bun, topped with endless choices of cheeses, ve


Donald Trump's legal troubles not over after Mueller report

NEW YORK — President Donald Trump may be reveling in what he sees as "complete and total exoneration" from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation, but his legal perils are far from over.


Belleville-Nutley: 5 Newest Homes To Hit The Market

BELLEVILLE-NUTLEY, NJ — Looking for a new house, and want the latest information on what's available near you? Perhaps you could use some help finding the perfect place for you and your loved ones? Not to worry! To save you some time, we've compiled an up-to-date batch of five new listings nearby.


BOOM Burger Opening This Week in Clifton

Boom Burger makes it’s triumphant return this week, after selling their Rochelle Park approximately two years ago this month. Much of Boom’s specialty has been the bar, which makes sense as owner PK has operated and worked within many nightlife concepts over the years (Metro Lounge, New York Steak H


We will never know who the people buried in this church basement are. But, we can celebrate their history.

We don’t know who they were, or when they died. But now, at least, more of us know they were here. Inside an old Belleville cemetery that once belonged to the Reformed Church, there’s a red-bricked monument topped with a white pagoda roof. The five-foot-tall structure is the only marker in this town


BREAKING IRVINGTON NJ: Gunfire Kills Man in Irvington Township Neighborhood

There is an active crime scene established and investigation hats being lead by the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office in a neighborhood in Irvington Township as detective attempted to to determine the motive behind a shooting that left a man dead this afternoon.


Hey NYC, this is what it sounds like every time you write about New Jersey

Recently, another NYC-based publication bravely ventured across the Hudson to express awe at the hidden gems in New Jersey. Really? So we figured it was a good moment to return the favor.


Three Men Accused of Using Counterfeit Cash

WILKES-BARRE TOWNSHIP, Pa. -- Police arrested a trio accused of passing counterfeit money in Luzerne County. Lahmel Cephas of Wilkes-Barre and Armani Allen and Dvine Allen, both from Brooklyn, New York, are charged after investigators say they went on a counterfeit spree in New York, New Jersey, and


Heroin Mill Busted, Toddler Dies Of Flu: Top News

HUDSON COUNTY, NJ — About 32,000 doses and four kilograms of fentanyl and heroin were seized as part of a take down of a major drug mill in a luxury apartment in Harrison, New Jersey Attorney General... Read more.


Two $1M Powerball Tickets Sold In NY As New Jackpot Swells To $750M, Fourth Largest Ever

No one has won the Powerball jackpot since the day after Christmas, and now, the newest jackpot has swelled to the fourth largest total ever. The grand prize for the drawing on Wednesday, March 27 is now just over $750 million.


Police: Man ties up NYC restaurant manager, steals $8,000

NEW YORK - A thief pretending to have a gun tied up a manager of a New York City restaurant and then stole $8,000, WCBS reported. The incident happened Friday at 1 a.m. at the Knickerbocker Grill in the Greenwich Village section of Manhattan, the television station reported.


Feeding an expiring meter has never been easier in some NJ towns

Quarters are so last century. Even the option of inserting your card into a parking meter isn't advanced enough for some New Jersey towns. A growing number of municipalities are linking their meters with an app you download to your phone, to hopefully avoid headaches for everyone.


Paterson buys $731,000 worth of equipment for in-house demolition program

The city is buying equipment, including a roll-off truck and an excavator, for $731,028 for its in-house demolition program. Municipal officials approved the purchases last month.


Luke Persichetti Comments on Manhattan's Role in Modern Finance

Manhattan has an outsized impact on the United States economy. Wall Street and financial firms, as well as technology and retail companies, make their mark on the country significantly. Luke Persichetti, a recent graduate of Yale University, shares his thoughts on some financial and economic trends


Mafia-imposed death penalty a likely sentence for Staten Island suspect in murder of Gambino boss Frank Cali

It’s Mob Justice 101, and there are no appeals: The unsanctioned killing of a Mafia boss carries the death penalty. The long-standing organized crime maxim is bad news for the life expectancy of Anthony Comello, the suspect jailed in the Staten Island shooting death of Gambino family head Frank (Fra


Let’s face it: everything costs more in NYC

City residents pay more for everything from a gallon of gas to the rent on their apartments, thanks to the area’s packed-to-the-gills real estate, shifting demographics and sky-high taxes, experts said.


5 New Properties For Sale In The Bloomfield Area

BLOOMFIELD, NJ — On the hunt for a new house nearby, but tired of seeing the same old listings every time you search online? You've come to the right place! To keep you up to date, we've got the latest batch of new listings nearby.