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Iconic NJ pizzeria owner after massive fire: I’m not giving up
ELIZABETH — Just over one month ago, fire ravaged the iconic Santillo’s Brick Oven Pizza in Union County. When the flames were extinguished, the landmark business — rooted in NJ since 1918 — still had its largest-in-the-state brick pizza oven, standing literally like a phoenix emerging from ashes.
Negligence led to my son’s death at N.J. HS football game, father says in lawsuit
The father of a Linden High School football player who died of a head injury after he was tackled twice during a home game in 2022 has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the district, the city, and emergency medical services. Xavier McClain, 16, died Sept. 21, 2022, at University...
Lee & Associates Secures Lease for New Medical Office in Elizabeth
ELIZABETH, N.J. - Lee & Associates New Jersey has been entrusted with the leasing responsibilities for a prominent medical office property in Union County. The medical office is located at 200 Williamson Street in Elizabeth. The building is owned by Landmark Healthcare Facilities LLC., a national full-service developer specializing in various healthcare facilities. Their expertise spans physician office buildings, clinics, ambulatory care centers, and more. Situated on the Trinitas Regional Medical Center campus, 200 Williamson Street is a state-of-the-art Class A building. With a total area of 46,200 square feet, the property offers spaces ranging up to 4,200 square feet for lease. The current tenant mix includes primary care and internal medicine, women’s center, pediatric center, and a dialysis clinic. Lee & Associates New Jersey operates across the state, serving as the regional arm of Lee & Associates, a premier agent-owned commercial real estate brokerage and property management firm with a nationwide presence. Leveraging cutting-edge technology, resources, and market insights, their professionals deliver unparalleled service and maximize outcomes for clients.
This mall was named New Jersey’s best
New Jersey is known for a lot of things, from diners to seaside resorts; another thing the state is known for is shopping malls. North Jersey is the mall Mecca of the country with 28 malls within 25 square miles, with seven malls in Bergen County alone (and they’re not even open on Sundays!).
NYC weather: What to expect as storm approaches
NYC braces for a weather rollercoaster! Expect a sunny start with rising temps, but don't ditch the umbrella yet. Clouds roll in, with rain on the horizon by Thursday night into Friday. Weekend forecast: clear skies and cooler air, followed by a mid-50s warm-up next week with potential showers.
NYC bouncer brutally killed helping coworker during bar fight did ‘nothing wrong,’ grieving friends say
A Brooklyn bouncer who was fatally stabbed in the neck when he stepped into a bar fight to help a female coworker did “nothing wrong,” his grieving friends said. Laurence “Larry” Hopkins, 61, met his end on Feb. 10 after a customer at The Garden Bar and Grill on Graham Avenue viciously stabbed him in the neck — but his killer remained on the loose Wednesday, according to cops and acquiantainces. “Larry was a good man. He didn’t do nothing wrong,” said Billy Cullum, 36, who affectionately referred to Hopkins as his uncle even though the two aren’t related. “He didn’t deserve to get...
Fire destroys home in Elizabeth leaving 9 residents displaced
Residents say a woman in the attic of the three-floor home on Franklin Street was rescued by firefighters.
Search for suspects after 5 armed men rob restaurant in Newark
A group of five men armed with handguns robbed a restaurant in Newark after they entered the establishment demanding cash.
Progressives fiddle while NYC burns
Are New York progressives just determined to turn the city into a post-apocalyptic wasteland? Subway crime just spiked nearly 20%, but our leaders are focused on making it more expensive — via congestion pricing — to come into Manhattan’s business districts. Shoplifting and organized grab-and-run gangs are killing city retail, high-end and low-, but state lawmakers won’t toughen the laws so such perps can be jailed. We guess they won’t be happy until the only places open for business are ATM vestibules (most doubling as unofficial homeless shelters) and illegal pot shops. MTA’s bright idea to fight skyrocketing crime on NYC subways — starting...
NYPD: New Jersey boy, 17, reported missing from hospital on Staten Island
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — The NYPD is asking for the public’s help to locate a New Jersey boy who most recently was seen leaving a hospital on Staten Island. Joshua Hills of Jackson was spotted in the back of Richmond University Medical Center at 355 Bard Ave. on Feb. 15 at about 4:23 p.m., according to a statement from the NYPD’s Deputy Commissioner of Public Information.
A Taste of Italy in Elizabeth: 3 Restaurants You Can't Miss
In this piece, we'll be exploring three exquisite Italian restaurants located in Elizabeth. Have you had the pleasure of dining at any of these establishments? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below!
1 killed, 1 hurt after crash involving car parked on N.J. Turnpike shoulder, cops say
A man was killed and another seriously injured when a vehicle rear-ended a car that was stopped on the shoulder of the New Jersey Turnpike in Newark on Monday night, officials said. The crash took place on the northbound side near milepost 107.1 just before 11 p.m. and killed Jerome...
Newark police search for man caught on camera punching a woman
Officials say the man was captured on surveillance video wearing dark-colored clothing, gloves and a ski mask.
Recognize these people? Newark police seek 5 men who robbed Jamaican restaurant at gunpoint
The robbery occurred on Feb. 15. The men assaulted the owner’s father and stole money from the cash register.
See homes sold in the Elizabeth area, Feb. 12 to Feb. 18
The following is a listing of all home transfers in the Elizabeth area reported from Feb. 12 to Feb. 18. There were 13 transactions posted during this time. During this period, the median sale for the area was a 1,776-square-foot home on Raymond Terrace in Elizabeth that sold for $540,000.
NJ father accused of fatally shooting daughter, dies in jail while waiting trial
A New Jersey father who was accused of fatally shooting his daughter last year died in Hudson County jail last week, prosecutors confirmed on Tuesday.
Authentic Italian Market Eataly Is Opening Its First NJ Store Soon
There's nothing quite like shopping at an Italian Market. It's the best place to get fresh pasta, gourmet cheese, cannoli, and more, and soon a real authentic Italian Market is planning to open in the Mall at Short Hills. And this place is going to be the real deal, seeing...
Bloomfield Police Department Police Blotter Week 7: February 12, 2024 to February 18, 2024
Theft: 02/12/2024-Officers responded to 77 Bloomfield Avenue (Walgreen’s) on report of a Shoplifting. According to a store employee, a male concealed an unknown amount of candy in a bag and left the store without paying. This incident is under investigation. 02/12/2024-Officers responded to 60 Orange Street (Home Depot) on report of a Shoplifting. The Loss Prevention Officer provided video surveillance of a male and female leaving the store with a shopping cart containing LED lights and window blinds without paying. The items were valued at $778.43. This incident is under investigation. 02/13/2024-Eddie Monzon age 27 of Newark, NJ-Officers responded to 135...
Alleged shooter in Staten Island home-invasion murder died of suspected overdose while in custody, city says
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A 20-year-old facing charges in connection with the fatal shooting of Tamer Shaarawy during a home invasion in Greenridge died of a suspected overdose while incarcerated at Rikers Island. Authorities alleged that Emanuel Sullivan, of Metropolitan Avenue in the Bronx, fired the bullet that fatally...
Newark Man, 38, Killed in Homicide: Prosecutor
Shortly after 11 p.m., Newark police responded to report of an assault on the 200 block of Cathedral Court, Essex County Prosecutor Theodore Stephens, II and Newark Public Safety Director Fritz Fragé said. Officers located Daniel Hass outside the location suffering from injuries, Stephens and Fragé said. Hass was transported to University Hospital where he was pronounced dead at 11:53 p.m., Stephens and Fragé said.