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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.
'Mia Madre' In Nutley: Italian American Heritage Month
NUTLEY, NJ — Celebrate Italian American Heritage Month with Nutley UNICO and the Nutley Public Library with a screening of Mia Madre (My Mother), on Thursday, Oct. 25 at 7 p.m.
Daylight Bank Robbery At Wells Fargo In Newark, Cops Seek Suspect
According to the Newark Department of Public Safety, at 12:30 p.m., a man walked into the Wells Fargo Bank at 765 Broad Street and handed the teller a note. The man left the bank after the female teller handed him an "undetermined amount of cash."
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
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.
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
Grandparent’s Day at Carteret School - Essex News Daily
BLOOMFIELD, NJ — Grandparents’ Day was celebrated at Carteret Elementary School on Thursday, Oct. 4. About 200 grandparents came to the school for lunchtime in the cafeteria. The school provided the children with lunch — Thursday is pizza day — while some grandparents brought their own sandwiches. C
Letter to the Editor: The Nutley I Used To Know
Letter to the Editor:I am writing to address the upcoming referendum, and why I believe it is important to vote "yes".I am a proud, born and bred Nutleyite: I was raised on White Terrace, attended Washington Elementary School, Franklin Middle School, and graduated from Nutley High School. As a chi
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.
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.
Essex County Prosecutor's Office: Maplewood Woman Sexually Assaulted - The Village Green
Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, II, and Maplewood Police Chief Police Chief Jim DeVaul announced today the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office Special Victims Unit and the Maplewood Police Department are investigating a home invasion, sexual assault of a young woman.
Whitney Houston exhibit full of star's artifacts opens at N.J. museum: PHOTOS
whit01.jpgHeld at the Prudential Center in Newark, The GRAMMY Museum Experience exhibition of Whitney which honors Whitney Houston opens to the public on October 19th.By Aristide Economopoulos | NJ Advace Media for NJ.comThe GRAMMY Museum Experience at thePrudential Center in Newark will open up the
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.
$1 million Mega Millions ticket sold in Morris County
We’ve all fantasized about winning the lottery, and what we’ll spend the money on, but a new study finds that cash windfall doesn’t actually make you feel happier. Nathan Rousseau Smith has the story.Buzz60
'Joker': New Set Pics Show The Clown Prince Inside A Gotham Police Car
Some new pictures coming from the sets of Warner Bros. and DC Films’ upcoming standaloneJokermovie offer a glimpse at Joaquin Phoenix donning the villainous Clown Prince of Crime avatar, which could probably be his final look. The film’s production is currently underway in Newark, New Jersey.
Million-Dollar Winner In NJ As Mega Millions Jackpot Hits $868M
New Jersey had a big winner Tuesday as the Mega Millions jackpot soared past its previous record, hitting an estimated $868 million, or $494.5 million cash. New Jersey lottery has released the ticket location.
Man Who Killed Girlfriend, Fled With Daughter Gets 75 Years
What to KnowNJ man who was found guilty of killing his girlfriend before fleeing with their 2-month-old daughter was sentenced to 75 years in prisonArturo Alomas, 25, of Elizabeth, was sentenced Monday after he was found guilty Aug. 17 of strangling his girlfriend on Easter Sunday 2016Prosecutors we
N.J. high school closed due to threat investigation
"Boilermakers: due to a threat that is currently being investigated by Garfield Police, GHS will be closed tomorrow, Tuesday,10/16. All other Garfield schools will be open," school officials tweeted Monday.
Deadly gang next door: MS-13 brings violence, drugs to your NJ suburb
Living a couple blocks from the Long Branch train station, Miguel Angel Corea Diaz – also known as “Reaper” – was accused of trafficking heroin and ordering a murder in his role as the MS-13 “regional director for the east coast,” according to a New York court document.
Newark Installs Free Wi-Fi Kiosks Throughout City
In addition to Wi-Fi, the kiosks have charging stations and the ability to make phone calls, access municipal services, maps and directions.