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Paterson police arrest East Orange man allegedly carrying drugs
Police in Paterson arrested an East Orange resident Monday and charged him with having nearly $3,000 worth of drugs, authorities said. Dejon McMillan faces intent to distribute controlled dangerous substances, resisting arrest and other charges, the Passaic County Sheriff’s Office said in a statemen
Irvington HS girls’ basketball team boasts solid experience; seeks fine season
IRVINGTON, NJ – Under first-year head coach Noel Segarra, the Irvington High School girls’ varsity basketball team has a solid returning nucleus looking to post a successful season this winter.
So. Orange: Get A Free Bagel At Panera Every Day Through Dec. 31
SOUTH ORANGE, NJ - Those interested in brightening their holiday season with a daily dose of carbs can do so, for free, at local Panera Bread locations through the end of the year.
West Orange Patch: How To Submit Tips, Post Articles/Events
WEST ORANGE, NJ — Got something to say? Want to share one of your passions? Interested in reporting local news? Here's how to do it on Patch. Follow up on your efforts at the Patch West Orange Facebook page.
Mailman In West Orange Stabbed In Face On Delivery Route: Police
WEST ORANGE, NJ — A 41-year-old West Orange woman faces assault and weapon charges after she allegedly stabbed a United States Postal mail carrier in the face while the victim was delivering mail on Monday evening, authorities said.
'The Voice' coaches sing a mashup of their hits with Jimmy Fallon
Dec. 11 (UPI) -- The Voice coaches Blake Shelton, Adam Levine, Kelly Clarkson and Jennifer Hudson appeared on The Tonight Show to perform a medley of their biggest songs. The judges were joined by host Jimmy Fallon on Monday alongside The Roots and The Voice host Carson Daly. The group was featured
No 'Cheap-Looking Mall' At Essex Green, West Orange Group Demands
WEST ORANGE, NJ — West Orange may get a much-anticipated glimpse into the future of the Essex Green Shopping Center this week. Representatives with Clarion Partners are expected to present their proposal for a large-scale renovation of the Essex Green Shopping Center during a Thursday, Dec. 13 meeti
Man smuggled foreigners into U.S. on commercial flights to Newark, feds say
A 38-year-old man from India has been charged with conspiring to smuggle six of his countrymen into the United States on commercial flights that landed at Newark Liberty International Airport.
South Orange Debates Student Housing Project Proposed for Valley Street
South Orange leaders will decide by the end of the year whether or not to let a planned student housing development on Valley Street move forward. “We’re going to negotiate our best and final offer,” said Village President Sheena Collum on December 10 at the Board of Trustees meeting. As Collum and
East Orange man arrested in Paterson with 300 bags of heroin
A man from East Orange was arrested in a Paterson drug bust on Monday, according to Passaic County Sheriff Richard Berdnik. Dejon D. McMillan, 29-year-old, was observed beckoning pedestrians in the area of Marion Street and Woodruff Place.
NJ Transit says boats should make way for the trains during rush hour so commuters are not delayed
When the Portal Bridge opens to let a barge pass on the Hackensack River in Kearny, odds are good tens of thousands of Amtrak and NJ Transit riders will be delayed. Officials of both railroads have a solution, until a higher replacement bridge is built, give the U.S. Coast Guard permission to keep i
New Paterson personnel chief directed East Orange subordinate in 2016 to increase her pay
When she was serving as head of human resources at East Orange, Michele Ralph-Rawls directed a subordinate to increase her pay, according to government documents. Michele Ralph-Rawls wrote a memo to Andrea Lebron, payroll supervisor at East Orange, to adjust her salary. “This employee should be rece
Police ID pedestrian struck, killed by pickup truck in Linden
The 54-year-old pedestrian struck and killed by a pickup truck in a Union County intersection Monday evening has been identified by police as a Linden resident. Thomas Katsonis was hit as the 78-year-old driver turned right onto North Wood Avenue from East Elizabeth Avenue around 5:15 p.m, Linden po
5 New Houses For Sale In The West Orange Area
WEST ORANGE, NJ — On the hunt for a new home nearby, but tired of browsing through the same old real-estate listings over and over? Thanks to our weekly list of new houses in your area, you can stay on top of the scene.
NJ State Police Task Force Shuts Down Irvington Township Illegal Narcotics Production Mill
Irvington Township, N.J. - The New Jersey State Police Auto Theft Task Force, which is comprised of the Division of Criminal Justice, Newark Police Department, and Bloomfield Police Department, arrested Juan Rodriguez, 43, and Beatrice Sepulveda, 29, both of Irvington Township, N.J., and shut down a
West Orange celebrates the Festival of Lights
WEST ORANGE, NJ — The West Orange community gathered together Monday, Dec. 3, to celebrate the second night of Hanukkah. Joined by Mayor Robert Parisi and other township residents and officials, Rabbi Mendy Kasowitz, of Chabad of West Orange, lit the Hanukkah menorah in front of Town Hall.
South Orange WOW House: $624K For This Two-Family Home
SOUTH ORANGE, NJ -- Looking for an interesting home with unique amenities? Check out the below WOW House, courtesy of Realtor.com. Address: 72 4th St, South Orange Village Township, New Jersey.
Holiday season kicks off in West Orange
WEST ORANGE, NJ — The holiday season in West Orange kicked off Friday, Nov. 30, and continued throughout the weekend with the help of the township, school district and community members.
Three Arrested in Newark Police, Essex Prosecutor Drugs, Guns Raid in Newark
Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens, II and Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose have announced that detectives seized large quantities of narcotics and numerous firearms during raids in Newark on Friday.
N.J. couple tried to do a good thing and almost got shut down. 3,000 people are glad they made it.
Mark and Joi Smith had no idea what they were doing 15 years ago. The married couple figured their second home -- four bedrooms and four bathrooms on South Arlington Avenue in East Orange -- was big enough to help the homeless get back on their feet.