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Scarsdale Man Sentenced For Stabbing Estranged Wife To Death In Shower
Authorities said Julius Reich stabbed his wife, Dr. Robin Goldman, more than 20 times while she was in the shower.
Hudson Valley Swim Coach Sentenced In Child Sex Case
David "Skip" Storch, a well-known Hudson Valley long-distance swimmer with his own Wikipedia page, was sentenced to seven years in prison for sexually abusing a young girl beginning when she was 10 years old.Storch, 60, of New City, bursts into tears and called himself a coward during the sentencing
Paterson cops employ 'walk-and-park' strategy on problem stretch of Broadway near library
PATERSON – Heroin addicts nodding off after a fix, vagrants drinking alcohol from containers in plastic bags, ragged prostitutes wandering the sidewalks in search of customers – those are the people who dominate the scene along Broadway near Paterson’s main library.
Serial Bank Robber Admits Holding Up Fort Lee, Hasbrouck Heights Branches, Targeting Englewood
A serial bank robber from the Bronx admitted Wednesday that he held up banks in Fort Lee and Hasbrouck Heights and was planning to hit another in Englewood when federal agents captured him.Eddy Cruz, 42, also admitted during a plea hearing in U.S. District Court in Trenton that he robbed a PNC Bank
Dam of floating cars made flash flood worse, N.J. mayor says
The flash flood thatdamaged homes and businesses in North Jerseyon Saturday was made worse when more than 40 cars from a dealership floated into a bridge and formed a dam that diverted flood waters to local streets, according to the mayor of one of the hard hit towns.Woodland Park Mayor Keith Kazmar
See Ossining In New National, State School District Rankings
OSSINING, NY — Data compiler Niche just released its new list, 2019 Best School Districts In America. Ossining was ranked No. 141 in New York state.
Vandals flood historic submarine, plaques stolen
FILE - This Jan. 27, 2006 file photo shows the USS Ling, a World War II submarine docked at the New Jersey Naval Museum in Hackensack, N.J. Vandals have flooded the submarine that has been part of the New Jersey Naval Museum since 1972. Submarine Memorial Association vice president Les Altschuler sa
Angry NJ Ex-Sheriff's Officer Confronts Teen In Viral Video
The encounter, which reportedly occurred in Fair Lawn, starts when the former officer, a captain, tells the boy, "Don't be a punk." The man then says he is a captain with the Passaic County Sheriff's Department and flashes his badge in the boy's face.
Metro-North asked NJ Transit not to cancel remaining express train
Instead, the train — which only makes stops in Rockland en route to Secaucus Junction and Hoboken Terminal — has been axed three times this month, leading to crowded conditions and a miserable morning commute.
Man who stabbed wife in shower gets 20 years in prison
Julius Reich, of Scarsdale, spoke briefly in court, saying there were no words to explain what happened the day he stabbed Dr. Robin Goldman 22 times while she was showering at their multi-million dollar home.
Hackensack submarine USS Ling apparently flooded intentionally, memorial plaques stolen
HACKENSACK — The USS Ling, submarine museum mired in muck in the Hackensack River, was flooded sometime in the past three days and four memorial plaques embedded in the ground on the riverbank near the vessel were pried out and stolen.
Actor Liev Schreiber denies hitting photographer
"I never touched him. I never touched his body with my body," Schreiber toldThe Journal Newsas he was walking toward his car outside the courthouse. He admitted being annoyed but wouldn't elaborate. "I have nothing else to say," he said.
Why is flooding always so bad in North Jersey? The area used to be a prehistoric lake
The Passaic River Basin was a massive lake that formed 25,000 years ago after a glacier that covered a large portion of of North Jersey retreated leaving debris that blocked gaps in the Watchung Mountains, according to federal and state reports.
8 things to do in North Jersey this week
The Kootz Band will celebrate rock and roll and perform on Aug. 23 at 7 p.m. at the Rosen Performing Arts Center at Wayne YMCA, 1 Pike Drive in Wayne. The band will highlight the music of the Beatles, Bee Gees, Stones, Animals, Credence Clearwater, Byrds and the Turtles. $16. For more information, v
Paterson police arrest four in Hamilton Avenue drug raid
Betty C. Fullard, 56; Bernard W. Moore, 37; Richard A. Peters, known on the street as “Dick,” 47, all of Paterson. And Jake R. Otterstedd, 19, of Park Ridge were arrested on drug charges, authorities said.
Homeless man beaten with bat in Paterson street robbery, police say
The victim was near the corner of Broadway and Summer Street at about 10 a.m. when the attack took place, according to Sgt. Anthony Lay. The suspect confronted the victim with the bat, demanded money and began striking him, police said.
Former town recreation director sentenced for child sexual abuse
David “Skip” Storch, 61, of New City, engaged in a course of frequent sexual conduct with a young girl at a location in South Nyack during a three-year period from August 2007 to December 2011. The abuse began when the victim was 10 years old.
AP News - Actor Liev Schreiber denies hitting photographer
"I never touched him. I never touched his body with my body," Schreiber told The Journal News as he was walking toward his car outside the courthouse. He admitted being annoyed but wouldn't elaborate. "I have nothing else to say," he said.
Wayne man charged in hit-and-run involving Paterson boy on bike
The suspect, Joseph Zinhobl, was charged with two third-degree crimes – leaving the scene of an accident that resulted in serious bodily injury and endangering an injured victim, said Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. Valdes and Paterson Police Chief Troy Oswald in a joint press release.
Nyack photographer: Liev Schreiber charged 'like he was a raging bull'
The incident unfolded around 10 p.m. June 7 when the "Ray Donovan" star spotted Martinelli standing on a quiet side street and started “bobbing and weaving just like a boxer, and I thought maybe he’s in a good mood or like joking with me because I’m on a public street and he knows I’m going to take