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Police investigating incident at School 10 in Paterson
(Photo: Tariq Zehawi/Staff Photographer)Over a dozen police cars could be seen at School 10 in Paterson with one unmarked car roaming the area on Friday.A request for teachers to immediately send down a list of their absent students could be heard on the loud speaker.Paterson police director Jerry S
Newark resident charged in murder of South Jersey man
Lonnie Arrington, 48, was arrested on Tuesday at Penn Station by New Jersey Transit Police for the murder of Michael Shendock, 38, of Voorhees, according to a release from the Essex County Prosecutor's Office.
Abreu can’t name neighborhoods in Paterson’s 6th Ward
“I don’t understand, but I’m going to name some of the streets that need to be worked on,” replied Abreu. He proceeded to name 21st, Lakeview, Crooks, and Trenton Avenues.
The 20 best cheap things to do this weekend, getting spoopy edition
Start with an art party atGowanus Open Studios Kickoff Partyand meet other artists participating in the open studios throughout the weekend, plus take in some massive art by one of the GOS founders. (Friday, The Vanderbilt Republic, FREE)
Former Hawthorne Blimpie sandwich shop owner accused of setting store on fire
Robert Pinero, 34, of North Bergen, was arrested Friday following the investigation that claimed he and another man went into the Wagaraw Road sandwich shop shortly before the fire started Aug. 18, 2017, according to the Passaic County Prosecutor's Office. The store was closed at the time.
Police: Alleged luring incident in Clifton appears to be a misunderstanding
In a post on their Facebook page, Clifton police said the white panel van caught on video driving away from the home of a girl who called the police was found in Paterson. Prior to locating the van, police released video footage of the vehicle. There is black graffiti on the driver side of the car a
Mayor Andre Sayegh, Local Animation Firm, Unveil 'New Brand, New Story' for Paterson
PATERSON, NJ-While their efforts are focused on giving Paterson “a new brand, a new story,” the imagery included in the design work of local animation and design studio Manic Animatics is very much rooted in the Silk City’s historic industrial past.Click here to view the presentation made by Manic A
West Orange police seek help to find missing person - Essex News Daily
WEST ORANGE, NJ — West Orange Police are asking for the public’s help in locating a missing West Orange resident. Paul Geiger Jr., age 82, was last seen on Oct. 19 at 10:30 a.m. At that time he left his residence in West Orange traveling to an appointment at another West Orange address, however, he
Robber convicted of killing man who was held-up on his front stoop
A jury deliberated for about six hours before returning felony murder, robbery and related charges againstKevin Miller, 27, the Essex County Prosecutor's Office.
Marathon, road work closes streets over the weekend in Yonkers
The 93rd Yonkers Marathon, which runs through the city's downtown, will take place this weekend.
Elmwood Park police chase suspect onto Route 80 after heated traffic stop
Police officers Joseph Pride and Keith Hartmann stopped a male driver on River Drive near Slater Drive when the driver became increasingly uncooperative, said Elmwood Park Police Chief Michael Foligno. After he refused to follow instructions, the officers then directed him to exit his vehicle, which
Essex County Police: Woman Killed, $5K Reward To Catch Shooter
NEWARK, NJ — The Essex County Sheriff's Crime Stoppers Program is offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information leading to an arrest and conviction of the person or persons responsible for the death of Michelle Newkirk, 26, of Newark.
Things to do Oct. 25
EVENTSRoseland Farmers Marketwill be held at the corner of Roseland and Harrison avenues noon to 6 p.m. every Friday to Oct. 26.Eighth Annual Menorah Lighting Ceremony,sponsored by Roseland Recreation, will be held at 140 Eagle Rock Ave. on Tuesday, Dec. 2. Festivities including blessings, remarks
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.
Paterson looks to new logo and slogan to change city’s image
In line with Sayegh’s professed love of alliteration, one of the slogans being considered is “People, Passion, Power.” Another choice comes from the 100-days-in-office speech that Sayegh gave last week: “Great Falls, Great Food, Great Future.”
Ridgefield Public Open House on Sunday: 14 Barlow Mountain Road
Captivating custom built antique "Bow House" reproduction, named for the roof-shaped liked a ship's bow, on 1.66 tranquil acres w/incredible custom crafted outdoor entertaining complex including post and beam covered patio w/wood fired pizza oven, fire pit, and Mahogany deck overlooking the expansiv
NYPD: Elderly Woman Grabbed, Thrown to Ground in Pelvis-Breaking Attack at NYC McDonald's
Published at 4:28 AM EDT on Oct 19, 2018 | Updated at 12:25 PM EDT on Oct 19, 2018 An elderly man attacked an elderly woman at a Bronx McDonald's, breaking several of her bones, police say. (Published Friday, Oct. 19, 2018) An elderly man attacked an elderly woman at a Bronx McDonald's, breaking sev
Verizon removes propane tank installed close to Paterson railroad
“The tank was the hazard,” said an inspector, who investigated the situation after receiving a complaint from a potential homeowner who was denied a mortgage due to the fuel tank being near the property he sought to purchase. “The generators will go later.”
For Jewish Children Of Color, Finding Friends Like Them Is A Revelation
Aliza Hausman is a mixed-race Dominican Jew, and will do whatever it takes to secure a playdate for her son. She recently got up the nerve to approach a Japanese woman in the lobby of her son’s Modern Orthodox day school in Los Angeles.“I thought, am I a crazy person if I just go up to her and say,
Halloween curfew and road closures | The Warwick Advertiser
— The Town of Warwick will once again impose a Halloween curfew against congregating and loitering by those 18 years of age and younger to begin at 8 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 30, to 6 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 31, and from 8: p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 31, to 6 a.m. on Thursday, Nov. 1.