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A. Philip Randolph Square Capital Project Imminent
After decades of cooperative agitation surrounding conditions at A. Philip Randolph Square, the Parks Department's Manhattan Borough Commissioner delivered the residents of Community District some promising news. A. Philip Randolph Square, the beloved green space located in Central Harlem South at t
1 dead, 1 critically wounded in NJ restaurant shooting: police
EDISON, New Jersey— One man is dead and another is fighting for his life after both men were shot outside of a restaurant in Edison, police officials said Saturday morning. Police responded to a call just before 2 a.m. for a shooting at Akbar Indian Restaurant at 21 Cortlandt St. where a Reggae even
Morris Prosecutor and Sheriff Aid State Task Force in Takedown of Major Fentanyl and Heroin Mill
The Morris County Prosecutor’s Office and Sheriff’s Office participated in the recent breakup of a major opioids ring based in Harrison, Essex County, and which was a major supplier of illegal substances across New Jersey, including Morris County.
N.J.'s last drive-in theater opens for 2019 season
New Jersey’s only drive-in movie theater opened up for the season this weekend — again giving moviegoers the experience of watching new films in an old-fashioned way. The Delsea Drive-In in Vineland opens with films like “How to Train Your Dragon,” “Glass,” and “Us,” which are shown on the drive-in’
New Jersey governor: Push to legalize pot is short on votes
TRENTON, N.J. (AP) - New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy says the votes in the Legislature are not yet there to legalize recreational marijuana. The Democrat said at news conference Thursday that he and legislative leaders are "making progress" in persuading lawmakers that they should back the measure Monda
Hopatcong Man Missing in Devil’s Foot Print
The police, myself and others believe he walked into the woods by devil's footprint. Myself, family and the Hopatcong PD and state police, along with tracking dogs went into the woods last night and couldn’t find him.
Former BOE Candidate Alleges Randolph District Misspending on PR Support
RANDOLPH, NJ- Eliza Schleifstein, a Randolph Resident, addressed the Randolph BOE at the March 19 meeting with a public statement alleging that the Board has not only handled its public relations and communications efforts poorly, but has also spent an unacceptable amount of the township’s money on
Amtrak Train Derails in NY Penn Station, NJ Transit Says
An Amtrak train derailed in New York Penn Station, NJ Transit tweeted early Saturday morning, forcing the diversion of some trains. NJ Transit said Midtown Direct trains were being diverted to Hoboken as a result of the derailment.
100-Year-Old Tree Topples Onto New Jersey Home
PARAMUS, N.J. (CBSNewYork) – There was a scare from the air at a home in New Jersey Friday afternoon. A 100-year-old tree toppled onto a Paramus house on Evergreen Place, causing significant damage to the sides and roof.
Suspect charged with assault after elderly woman kicked in face on New York City subway
WAKEFIELD, Bronx (WABC) -- A suspect is in custody after an elderly woman was brutally attacked on a Bronx subway train. Authorities say Gomez kicked and punched the 78-year-old victim in the face and body, causing her to bleed.
Comedian Tracy Morgan takes big loss on N.J. home, sells it for $1.2M
Actor and comedian Tracy Morgan sold his 4,485-square-foot Cresskill home earlier this week for $1.2 million, taking a $1 million loss on the secluded property he bought in 2011, according to a report by Variety.
MOUNT OLIVE TOWNSHIP POLICE REPORT
MOUNT OLIVE TWP. - A Fairfield Township man was charged with possession of heroin after a motorist called police about an erratic vehicle and then blocked the car from moving until police arrived on Thursday, March 20.
26-Year-Old Woman Killed in Upper Manhattan Hit and Run: NYPD
A 26-year-old woman was struck by an SUV as she stepped off the curb in upper Manhattan, pinning her against a parked car before it drove off, police said Saturday. Erica Imbasciani, of Brooklyn, suffered severe trauma to her head and body and was pronounced dead at St. Luke's Hospital, the NYPD sai
UPDATE: Union Police Eliminates One Suspect in Walmart Attack
According to police, the ongoing investigation of a robbery that occurred at the Route 22 Wal-Mart location on March 12, Union Police officials have eliminated one of the suspects as having not committed a crime in Union.
Bernardsville Pre-Med Student Charged With Sex Assault On Campus
BERNARDSVILLE, NJ — A Bernardsville local and pre-med student at Northwestern University has been charged with sexually assaulting a woman on campus last weekend. Scott Thomas, 20, allegedly sexually assaulted a woman in the 2000 block of Sheridan Road near the Jacobs Center on the Evanston campus a
Crash Knocks Over Rt. 202 Traffic Light In Morristown
MORRISTOWN, NJ — A car crash has knocked over a traffic light on Route 202 in Morristown, and drivers should expect delays. The light was knocked over at North Park Place (Rt. 202) and Washington Street. Police are warning drivers to expect delays, and are asking them to avoid the area and take anot
An inmate died at the Essex County jail 4 days ago. We still don’t know many details about it.
Authorities have not yet indicated a suspected cause of death or any further details about the inmate who died Monday at the Essex County Correctional Facility. Investigators from the county prosecutor’s office were called to the jail Monday and found Jose Recoba-Morales dead. It wasn’t clear where
Bridgewater Police: Raritan Woman Arrested on Drug Charges After Police Find Marijuana in her Car
BRIDGEWATER, NJ - A Raritan woman was arrested for driving while intoxicated and drug charges after she was stopped for a motor vehicle violation on Route 202/206 South March 6, according to a report from Bridgewater Township Police.
Verona Leaf Dump Closed Permanently
VERONA, NJ - The leaf dump in Verona is permanently closed according to a statement from Verona's Township Manager, Matt Cavallo. The property where the dump is located is privately owned and the owner notified the Township last year that the Township’s use license was being terminated effective 1/1
38th Annual Tee Off for Education Golf Classic & Luncheon
The Woman's Club of Parsippany-Troy Hills (WCPTH) is hosting their 38th Annual Tee Off for Education Golf Classic & Luncheon Social on Tuesday, July 9 at the Knoll Country Club West. The event includes a Golf Classic, Game Social and Luncheon. The fundraiser benefits WCPTH'S Scholarship and Educatio