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Passaic County Sheriff: Suspect had 2 ounces of cocaine in Paterson

PATERSON - A man who allegedly had a sandwich bag with almost two ounces of cocaine inside it was arrested on drug dealing charges near Eastside High School early Tuesday morning, according to Passaic County Sheriff Richard Berdnik. The suspect, Michael Haylett, was a passenger in a car that sheriff

NORTHJERSEY.COM - 2017-11-21 21:22:29

Passaic firefighters knock down minor fire in minutes

Paterson 5th grader notches perfect score, reaction to Trump order on Haitians and how to make your own maple syrup - all in "7 things to know in New Jersey on Wednesday." John C. Ensslin PASSAIC - Firefighters quickly quelled a small fire at a Passaic Street grocery early Wednesday, officials said

NORTHJERSEY.COM - 2017-11-22 15:41:25

Large Coyotes Spotted in Passaic Valley Area, May Be Dangerous

Credits: Wikipedia Coyote sighting in West Orange. Credits: West Orange Coyotes were reintroduced in New Jersey about a year and a half ago to cull the deer population, experts say. Woodland Park, NJ- There have been numerous coyote sightings recently in the Passaic Valley area. These sightings str

TAPINTO.NET - 2017-11-22 16:01:00

49 arrested in takedown of Bloods heroin ring, police say

Police hope they've put a dent in Paterson's drug trade with the arrest of 49 people in a sting that targeted an affiliate of the Bloods street gang responsible for pushing heroin in the city's Fourth Ward. Authorities seized about $120,000 in heroin during Operation Pitfall, which began in May and

NJ.COM - 2017-11-21 17:04:00

State police say $90k drug bust hit Paterson Bloods gang

PATERSON - There was no sign on Tuesday evening of the young men who often hang around outside the liquor store on Rosa Parks Boulevard near Warren Street and try to flag down passers-by. Their absence may have had something to do with the crackdown authorities announced earlier in the day of a Bloo

NORTHJERSEY.COM - 2017-11-22 00:01:18

Family of man killed in truck attack plans to sue NYC

NEW MILFORD -- An attorney for the estate of one of the victims in last month's fatal truck attack in Manhattan filed papers Tuesday announcing plans to sue New York City, the city's parks and transportation departments and the Hudson River Park Trust. . Darren Drake, 32, of New Milford, was one of

NJ.COM - 2017-11-22 01:45:46

Parents of N.J. man killed in bike path terror attack plan to sue over lack of barriers

The parents of a New Jersey man fatally run down in the Halloween terror ride along the Hudson River bike path are planning to file the first lawsuit in connection with the attack. Barbara and James Drake filed a notice of claim against the city and the state on Tuesday. Their son, Darren, 32, wa

NY DAILY NEWS - 2017-11-21 23:20:55

Security tight for Thanksgiving parade in terror-wary NYC

NEW YORK (AP) - Sand-filled sanitation trucks and police sharpshooters will mix with glittering floats and giant balloons at a Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade that comes in a year of terrible mass shootings and not even a month after a deadly truck attack in lower Manhattan. New York City's mayor and

GREENWICHTIME - 2017-11-22 15:28:57

Raymond J. Murawski, 72

MILLBURY - Raymond J. Murawski, 72, passed away surrounded by his loving family on Tuesday, Nov. 7th in UMASS Memorial Medical Center after a long illness. Ray leaves his wife of 49 years, Katherine M. (Mozynski) Murawski; a son, Jeffrey A. Murawksi of Gardner; a sonin law, Aaron M. Moran of Rutland

MILLBURYSUTTON.COM - 2017-11-22 00:00:00

Garner: Think the rivalry is dead? Think again.

Is the annual Fitchburg-Leominster Thanksgiving Day football rivalry dead? While it may not be as heated as it was in the past -- long before I was even born -- I have a hard time believing this rivalry means nothing in 2017. Granted, Leominster has reigned supreme over the last eight years on Tur

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-22 18:00:51

Sisters of Presentation created a proud legacy

FITCHBURG -- In the late 18th century, the founder of the Sisters of the Presentation, Nano Nagle, secretly provided Irish children a Catholic education despite penal laws that limited their religious freedom. More than 250 years after Nagle's death, the Sisters of the Presentation has expanded its

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-22 17:49:58

Teachers cite St. Bernard's influence in their careers

FITCHBURG -- There are many career options for St. Bernard's CCHS graduates, yet some choose to stay in the area and teach at local Catholic elementary schools. They combine their love of teaching and of their religion -- qualities that were instilled from their time at St. Bernard's. "It's more l

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-22 17:46:42

The New Hampshire Institute of Art Announces Winter/Spring 2018 Exhibition Schedule

MANCHESTER, NH - The New Hampshire Institute of Art (NHIA) is pleased to announce their Winter/Spring 2018 exhibitions schedule, featuring work from a variety of artists. All exhibitions, with the exception of the Annual BFA Exhibition, are free, open to the public, and handicap accessible. For more

MANCHESTERINKLINK.COM - 2017-11-21 22:10:27

Arredondo Family Foundation hands out turkeys to local veterans at FSU

FITCHBURG -- Veterans and their families came to the Fitchburg State campus Saturday to receive Thanksgiving turkeys courtesy of the Arredondo Family Foundation. The charitable foundation was founded by Carlos Arredondo, the Boston Marathon bombing hero seen in an iconic photo wearing a cowboy hat

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-22 11:32:51

Seven establishments cited for liquor violations

FITCHBURG -- Seven city establishments were cited for liquor license violations since early October, according to city and state documents. * Beemer's Pub The Fitchburg Board of License Commissioners cited Beemer's Pub with a violation for selling alcohol to a person under the drinking age, accord

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-22 11:32:44

Bail revoked for lead singer of rock band

FITCHBURG -- Bail was revoked Tuesday for the lead singer of the rock band Tantric, whose newest charges include stealing $2,000 from a neighbor suffering from brain cancer, according to court documents. Hugo Ferreira, 43, of 55 Valley View Drive, allegedly convinced a woman who lived in his neighb

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2017-11-22 11:32:27

Former Greer police chief opens up about Blue Ridge Savings Bank murders 14 years later

A former Greer police chief opened up about his career and a case that impacted his law enforcement career more than 14 years ago. Dean Crisp's new book, "Leadership Lessons from the Thin Blue Line" reflects on his career, including time spent as police chief for the City of Greer from 1991 to 2004.

FOX CAROLINA - 2017-11-22 08:28:00

"100 Yards" with Greer wide receiver/defensive back Qua White

Greer senior wide receiver/defensive back Qua White is featured in this week's edition of "100 Yards with Bob Castello." BART BOATWRIGHT/Staff Greer senior wide receiver/defensive back Qua White is featured in this week's edition of "100 Yards with Bob Castello." BART BOATWRIGHT/Staff

GREENVILLE NEWS - 2017-11-21 15:59:00

Former Greer Police Chief returns to city with life lessons in hand

A former Upstate Police Chief is sharing lessons during his homecoming. Updated: 11:30 PM EST Nov 20, 2017 A former Upstate Police Chief is sharing lessons during his homecoming. A former Upstate Police Chief is sharing lessons during his homecoming. A former Upstate Police Chief is sharing lesson

WYFF4.COM - 2017-11-21 04:30:00

Greenwood police investigating deadly shooting at apartment complex

Officers said the shooting occurred at Phoenix Place Apartments on Phoenix Street. Two victims were injured, according to police. The victims were both driven to the hospital by car. The Greenwood County Coroner's Office said 23-year-old Emyle Markeil McDuffie succumbed to his injuries at Spartanbur

FOX CAROLINA - 2017-11-21 22:35:00