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EXCLUSIVE: Prospect Park Man Was Beaten, Thrown In Passaic River To Drown
A 26-year-old Prospect Park man whose body was pulled from the Passaic River after being missing for more than a month drowned after being beaten, Daily Voice has learned.Jorge Alcalde-Alfaro, 26, "was beaten up pretty good, but he was still technically alive when he got tossed in the river," an inv
Sussex County Lost, June 17: The vanished Hamlet of Howellsville
The hamlet of Howellsville was located along the western edge of Sparta Township, approximately half a mile to the southeast of where Lafayette, Andover and Sparta townships come to a common meeting point. Originally established in the 1820s, this community was named for the Jonah Howell family that
Teen Arrested At Rally, Car Fire, ICE Sweep:Top News Of The Week
UNION COUNTY, NJ — It's been a busy week and staying on top of all the local news can be tough. No worries, we have put together the top stories of the week for Union County.
Saddle Brook Firefighter In ICU Following ATV Crash
After several surgeries, Sturdy is "still not out of the woods from his near-death accident," the team stated. "He will require several more surgeries in the future."
Welcome to South Orange, drive 25! - Essex News Daily
SOUTH ORANGE, NJ — With very few exceptions, the speed limit throughout South Orange Village is 25 miles per hour, reminds a village press release.
Newton Police: Drug Charges for Wanted Andover Man Parked in Cemetary
NEWTON, NJ—An Andover man is facing drug charges after caught the attention of police having parked in the Newton Cemetery. On June 8 around 4:30 p.m., Ptl. John Flanagan was patrolling the cemetery when he saw Jeffrey Schermerhorn, 27, standing outside his car, police report.
Wishing This Oakland Dad A Happy Father's Day
"Happy Father's Day to the go-to guy for tying ties for the Indian Hills senior prom. He loved every minute of this and is beyond proud of his kids. Not to mention coaching their baseball, basketball, and soccer teams all throughout grammar and middle school. Our two kids adore him with great reason
Pedestrian Struck on Route 22 in North Plainfield, Road Closed
NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ – Residents reported to police dozens of vehicles were entered overnight Wednesday, and Thursday, June 13 and 14, on various streets in the borough.
'Real Housewives of New Jersey' star Teresa Giudice has bankruptcy case dismissed
Teresa and her husband, Joe, had their 2009 case dismissed on Friday by a United States bankruptcy judge,according to Page Six.
White supremacist operation turns up vast online drug-dealing business
Luke A. Atwell, 37, of Hamilton, pleaded guilty in April to leading a narcotics trafficking network, a first-degree offense. He was sentenced by Superior Court Judge Bernard E. DeLury Jr. in Atlantic County.
Newton Police: Wrong Turn for Newton Woman Ends with Drug Charges
NEWTON, NJ—A Newton woman has been charged with drug possession after she was stopped for making an illegal right turn onto Water Street at a red light. On June 7 around 11:26 p.m. Sgt. Thomas Muller saw Samantha Olsen, 20, make a right on red from Trinity Street onto Water Street northbound, which
Luxury apartments in new Parsippany development
PARSIPPANY — Mill Creek Residential, a leading multifamily investor and operator specializing in premier apartment home communities across the U.S., has designed newest development community in New Jersey to meet the strong demand for upscale luxury rentals that are convenient for commuters.
Juelz Santana's bail modified, judge OK's rapper's tour shows
A federal judge on Friday modified the bail conditions for Santana, whose real name is LaRon James, to allow him to play the first five shows of his upcoming 15-city nationwide tour.
Lake Hopatcong Foundation’s New Floating Classroom Open for Public Cruises
ROXBURY, NJ - The Lake Hopatcong Foundation this spring christened its new Floating Classroom, dubbed “Study Hull,” and has since educated nearly 800 local students aboard the vessel, a 40-foot pontoon boat. As the school year comes to an end, the lessons will continue: the Lake Hopatcong Foundation
West Orange High School annual art show highlights student talent - Essex News Daily
WEST ORANGE, NJ — The annual end-of-year art show at West Orange High School featured the artistic talents of the students in a wide array of mediums, impressing visitors and underscoring the importance of the Arts.
Wayne July 4th Fireworks Schedule: 2018 Guide
WAYNE, NJ — If you're looking to catch an Independence Day fireworks show or any other related event in Wayne this year, look no further.
Blairstown Man Honored For Heroic Efforts During Fatal Bus Crash
MOUNT OLIVE, NJ — Walter Caraballo was just driving along the highway, trying to get to his destination when he saw the unthinkable on May 17: a dump truck collided into a school bus, sending children flying across the roadway. Caraballo sprang into action, and for his actions that day has been hono
Heroin charges lodged against woman in Mount Olive
MOUNT OLIVE TWP.- A 24-year-old Hampton woman was charged with heroin possession on Monday, June 11, after her car was stopped for having a broken break light.Detective Constantinos Pagonis stopped the 2012 Hyundai traveling west on Route 46 in the area of the Village Green Shopping Center.Pagonis s
Florham Park July 4th Fireworks, Parades and More: 2018 Guide
FLORHAM PARK, NJ — Florham Park's annual July 4th celebration returns in 2018, and it should be a fun day for the whole family.
Four nabbed with burglary tools, weapons in Denville
DENVILLE TWP.- Township police have charged four men with possession of a weapon for unlawful purpose and possession of burglary tools, among other things.The four men are Craig Hughes, 37, of East Orange, Yashika Johnson, 38, of East Orange, Yoanka Lopez-Gonzalez, 41, of Newark and Enreva Burton-Cr