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School Bus Driver Charged in Fatal New Jersey Crash
What to KnowThe driver of the school bus that crashed last week New Jersey, killing a student and teacher, has been charged with causing their deathsThe driver, 77-year-old Harry Muldrow Sr., faces two counts of death by auto in the May 17 crashThe driver had his license suspended 14 times, includin
Modera Parsippany, Morris County's newest luxury development
Rodney Frelinghuysen, who announced his retirement from Congress, made rare comments during his address to the Morris County Chamber of Commerce.William Westhoven, @WWesthoven
Crash Closes Multiple Lanes Of 287 Thursday Morning
MORRISTOWN, NJ — A crash Thursday morning has closed multiple lanes of Route 287, NJ DOT says.
Crash with injuries backing up Route 287 in Morristown
State troopers are on the scene of a motor-vehicle crash with injuries that is backing up morning traffic on southbound Route 287 in Morristown.The accident occurred north of Exit 35. The three southbound left lanes of the highway were closed as of 9:03 a.m., according to the New Jersey Department o
Paterson girl cut with knife fending off stranger’s attack
The girl told police that she was walking near the corner of Broadway and Madison at about 9:30 p.m. and Jenkins complimented her on her appearance, authorities said. Jenkins then began following her and continued to make comments to her, some sexual in nature, police said.
Guilty verdict for man charged with 2017 daytime murder
Nearby surveillance captured the 11:45 a.m. shooting.Riley's girlfriend, who was four months pregnant at the time, testified the two were leaving a doctor's office when a gunmen shot at Riley as he was in the front seat of his vehicle.
Montville (7) at Passaic Valley (5), NJSIAA North Jersey, Section 1, Group 3 tournament, Quarterfinal Round - Softball
Jaclyn Monaco pitched a seven-hitter with four earned runs, three walks and no strikeouts and also went 4-for-5 with two runs scored to lift sixth-seeded Montville to a 7-5 victory over third-seeded Passaic Valley in the quarterfinals of the North Jersey, Section 1, Group 3 tournament in Passaic.
Top 10 things to do in Morris County this weekend
Take some photosThe County of Morris is hosting a "Patriotic Morris County Photo Contest” through June 5. Send your best patriotic photos from around Morris County including Memorial Day ceremonies, parades, flags, and anything else that says ‘patriotism' to: https://morriscountynj.gov/photo-contest
One defendant left to be sentenced in gang slaying of Paterson teen Nazerah Bugg
One defendant, Baseem Williams, is left to be sentenced. He has pleaded guilty to committing aggravated manslaughter and is scheduled to receive a four-year sentence when he goes before Judge James J. Guida on June 1.
$261K Jackpot Lotto Ticket Sold In Parsippany
PARSIPPANY, NJ — A $261,998 jackpot winning Jersey Cash 5 lottery ticket was sold in Parsippany this week, lottery officials said. It was one of two jackpot winning tickets sold in the state.
Top Morristown officers tell court they disagreed with chief's decision to reassign detective
On the fourth day of a civil trial on Officer Keith Hudson's whistleblower lawsuit against Morristown, police Capt. Michael Buckley and Detective Lt. Stuart Greer were called to testify. Hudson's lawyer asked them why Hudson was removed, on Aug. 1, 2015, from the detective bureau.
Denville multiple vehicle crash takes down utility pole, power for some
Denville multiple vehicle crash takes down utility pole, power for someA fire in a restaurant in a retail-residential building displaced businesses and residents in downtown DenvilleWilliam Westhoven, @WWesthoven(Photo: Adam Anik/NorthJersey.com)A multiple vehicle crash knocked down a utility pole o
Atlantic Health breaks ground on Madison replacement for Mt. Kemble rehab center on Morristown/ Morris Township border
Groundbreaking – R-L, Trish O’Keefe, President of Morristown Medical Center; Robert H. Conley, Mayor, Borough of Madison; Robert Peake, Director, Facilities, Construction & Real Estate, Atlantic Health System; Russ Bailey, Chief Operating Officer, Inpatient Rehabilitation Hospitals, Kindred Hospital
Hackettstown (5) at Parsippany (7), NJSIAA North Jersey, Section 2, Group 2 tournament, First Round - Softball
Lilianna Vidal hit two home runs to help top-seeded Parsippany defeat 16th-seeded Hackettstown, 7-5, in the first round of the North Jersey, Section 2, Group 2 tournament in Parsippany.
5 takeaways as Jets begin OTAs, including QB situation after Christian Hackenberg trade
It was the first chance to get a look at new free agent additions, including Trumaine Johnson, Teddy Bridgewater and Avery Williamson. We didn't know it then, but it was also the final time Christian Hackenberg would don a Jets uniform. Oh, and rookie Sam Darnold went up against his veteran teammate
Arrests Made in Essex County Drug Raids
Newark – Acting Essex County Prosecutor Robert D. Laurino announced today that the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office Narcotics Task Force, which includes detectives from the Newark Police Department, along with local, state and federal agencies, executed seven search warrants this week in Newark, Eas
(VIDEO) Hundreds of new housing units on the way in Denville
Denville Mayor Thomas Andes, right, reads an anti-gun proclamation with supporter Leslie Moran.Photo by Michael Cohen
Body found behind dumpster behind fried chicken spot in Paterson
At around 6 a.m., Victoria Oquendo, who lives around the corner, noticed police lights flashing and saw the body lying behind the dumpster, in a back lot strewn with garbage. Oquendo was not surprised, calling the neighborhood a "valley of death."
Visitors to school district art show choose favorites
The School District of the Chathams will hold its second annual K-12 Art Show from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday, May 21 and Tuesday, May 22.
NJ Man Charged With Murder In QuickChek Stabbing: Prosecutor
PASSAIC COUNTY, NJ — A North Jersey man was charged with first-degree murder after he allegedly stabbed a man at a Totowa QuickChek early Sunday morning, authorities said.