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After turning around Montville girls basketball program, Derek Lynn steps down
Derek Lynn knew he had his work cut out for him when he took over as the Montville girls basketball coach 14 years ago. He inherited a program that hadn’t won a game in two years, and a team that didn’t have much success in the recent decades before he took over.
Police from North Caldwell and Cedar Grove Team up to Arrest Two Suspects After Car Burglary Attempts
NORTH CALDWELL, NJ -- Cedar Grove police took two suspects into custody and then turned them over to North Caldwell police for charges Monday night after two attempted motor vehicle burglaries. At 8:50 p.m. Monday, the North Caldwell Police Department notified Cedar Grove police that two suspects had attempted motor vehicle burglaries in North Caldwell before escaping on foot into the Park Ridge Estates in Cedar Grove. Assisted by state police, the Essex County Sheriff's Office, and the North Caldwell, West Caldwell, Essex Fells, Verona and Fairfield police departments, Cedar Grove police set up a perimeter. After a two-hour search, Cedar Grove police located the suspects, who were attempting to escape in an Uber. They ended up in the custody of the North Caldwell Police Department.
This Historic Restaurant Is Home To New Jersey’s Absolute Best Burger
Sometimes you're just in the mood for a good New Jersey burger, so it's lucky for you that you live in the diner capital of the world. But what is the best burger in our state, and does it come from a diner?. The answer to the second question is...
Fighting pit bulls hospitalize 3 in attack at Elizabeth, NJ home
ELIZABETH — Three people are in the hospital after a group of brawling pit bulls turned on them Tuesday morning. A group of pit bulls was fighting in the yard of a home around 7:40 a.m. when a person walking their dog walked by, according to Elizabeth spokesperson Ruby Contreras. Somehow, the dog was drawn into the fight with the other animals.
2 fighting pit bulls killed by NJ police after 3 people attacked: spokesperson
Two pit bulls were shot and killed by New Jersey police after they attacked three people on Tuesday morning, a prosecutor’s spokesperson said.
New Montville Township Police Officer Sworn In
MONTVILLE, NJ – The Montville Township Committee met on March 14 and Patrolman Michael Rhodes, Jr. was sworn into the Montville Township Police Department. Michael Rhodes Jr. was born and raised in Clifton, according to Police Chief Andrew Caggiano. In 2016, he began working for the Passaic County Sheriff's Office as a corrections officer. In January 2022, Officer Rhodes moved to Montville Township. In June 2022, Michael was hired by the Clifton Police Department. He attended the Passaic County Police Academy, and graduated in October 2022. He successfully completed the Clifton Police Department’s field training program. He was hired by the Montville Township Police Department on March 1, 2023. He is currently assigned to the Patrol Division. Visit and read your exclusive Montville news at TAPinto Montville 24/7 for FREE: TAPintoMontville.net Sign up to receive FREE TAPinto news in your email inbox: www.tapinto.net/enews Follow TAPinto on Twitter: @MontvilleTAP Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/MontvilleTAP/ Download the FREE TAPinto App! Click here for Android - Click here for iOS to get news as it is happening. Celebrating something special? Showcase your anniversary, birthday, graduation, and MORE on TAPinto Milestones!
Residents want federal oversight of Paterson police
Frustrations boiled over during a Tuesday night City Council meeting in Paterson, N.J., on Tuesday. Residents want federal oversight of Paterson police. Frustrations boiled over during a Tuesday night City Council meeting in Paterson, N.J., on Tuesday. Duo steals $8k in jewelry, cash from NYC home: NYPD. A Manhattan couple...
Lehigh Valley man was a primary fentanyl supplier to N.J. drug ring, feds say
A Lehigh Valley man is among eight charged in federal court with roles in a fentanyl trafficking ring in New Jersey, authorities said. Derrick Gilliam, 48, who lives in Alburtis but previously lived in Easton, was one of three primary suppliers for the ring that operated in and around Union County, U.S. Attorney Philip R. Sellinger announced Tuesday.
East Orange Man Sentenced to 21 Years for Morris County Robbery Spree
MORRIS COUNTY, NJ – Howard Parks, 55, formerly of East Orange, was sentenced to 21 years in prison on Friday, in connection with a series of robberies that occurred on April 1, 2022, in Morris County. Parks pleaded guilty to three counts of second-degree Robbery before the Honorable Ralph E. Amirata, J.S.C. on November 29, 2022. As part of his sentence, Parks is subject to the No Early Release Act, which requires him to serve 85% of his sentence before becoming eligible for parole. “The defendant took flight from the parking lot and at approximately 12:24 p.m., the Mount Olive The post East Orange Man Sentenced to 21 Years for Morris County Robbery Spree appeared first on Shore News Network.
Accurate 's 325-Unit Luxury Rental Community Breaks Ground in Parsippany
Two Four-Story Buildings on a 26-Acre Property Bring Modern Living, Amenities, and Easy Access to Vibrant Parsippany-Troy Hills Lifestyle. Parsippany-Troy Hills, NJ - Excitement is building in the Morristown area as developer Accurate breaks ground on a luxurious 325-unit rental community in Parsippany-Troy Hills. The project, located at 100 Cherry Hill Road, is set to bring a much-needed housing boost to one of New Jersey's most sought-after suburban markets.
Town Jitney Will Offer West Orange Residents Alternatives to DeCamp Bus Closing
WEST ORANGE, NJ --DeCamp Bus Lines announced last Monday that they will be ending several long-established bus routes serving West Orange into New York City on April 7. Daily charter service and buses operating to casinos in Atlantic City will continue, however, many town residents are left scrambling to find alternative means of commuting. NJ Transit officials have announced they are already at work identifying available options on existing bus, rail and light rail service and will communicate alternatives for affected DeCamp customers in advance of their stated closing date. West Orange residents can utilize the existing Jitney Shuttle service to secure transportation to...
Bloomfield Fire Department Passes Air and Water Quality Inspections at its Stations
BLOOMFIELD, NJ – As part of its commitment to protecting the health and well-being of its firefighters, the Bloomfield Fire Department (BFD) recently took the proactive measure of conducting comprehensive air and water quality checks at all of its fire stations, which confirmed they were clear of any dangerous or toxic particulates. The testing was performed by Underwriter Laboratories Solutions at the BFD’s four fire stations located at 90 Watsessing Avenue, 124 East Passaic Avenue, 1233 Broad Street, and 375 Franklin Street, and included checks for carbon dioxide, carbon monoxide, airborne particulates, allergenic particles, common indoor gasses, volatile organic compounds, water quality, as well as temperature and humidity. Overall, the results revealed that the indoor air and drinking water quality met standards and the indoor temperature conditions were within the suggested ranges. “We are committed to the health and wellness of our members, which is why we initiated this extensive study. We will continue to maintain and provide the highest quality of resources and working conditions to the brave men and women who keep our community safe,” said Bloomfield Fire Department Chief Louis Venezia.
Alan J. Robinson to Speak at Whippany Park High School on Child Abduction
HANOVER TOWNSHIP, NJ - On March 30th, Alan J. Robinson will be speaking to parents, teachers and law enforcement officials at Whippany Park High School on the topic of child abduction. The session will take place from 6pm - 8pm and is for adults only. Mr. Robinson teaches his audience the methods that pedophiles and child abductors use to exploit children and how to safeguard against them. For more information, see below:
How Comprehensive are the Wayne Schools Special Education Programs?
WAYNE, NJ – One of the Wayne school district’s goals for this year is “Expanding and Refining Special Education Programs Pre-K to 12.” According to several parents who have spoken up during Wayne Board of Education meetings, improvements in this area have been needed for some time, and the district responded by creating this goal. The first step for the schools was to hire an outside organization to conduct a “comprehensive needs assessment.” Over the last several months this assessment took place and this past week, the district provided a presentation on their findings during the last BOE meeting. Superintendent of Wayne Schools...
Inside the ‘cult’ that fooled Newark into being sister cities with a fake nation
When officials in Newark recently got tricked into establishing a sister-city relationship with the United States of Kailasa — a country that does not actually exist — the largest metropolis in New Jersey became a global laughingstock. But those in the know find nothing funny about Newark aligning itself with a nation created to honor the so-called Supreme Pontiff of Hinduisim (SPH), Paramahamsa Nithyananda. The swami is allegedly a fugitive from justice who’s been, according to the BBC, charged with rape and child abduction in India. He is said to have fled that country in 2019 and his whereabouts are unknown. The fear is...
Chatham Borough Historic Preservation Commission Unanimously Approves Design for Bowers Lane Affordable Housing Project
CHATHAM, NJ -- Other than some suggested aesthetic tweaks, the Chatham Borough Historic Preservation Commission was "pleasantly surprised" and unanimously approved the design plans for the 15 all-affordable housing project to be built at Post Office Plaza in a vote taken on Tuesday night in borough hall. Tom Toronto, president of developer Bergen County United Way and architect Mike Scro answered questions from the commission and residents for more than an hour before the vote of approval was taken. The final step in the approval process will be the Chatham Borough Planning Board's vote in April. Borough Council member Frank Truilo, an architect and a member of...
Newark Woman Gets 28 Years For Deadly Drive-By Shooting
A 31-year-old woman from Newark who killed a man and wounded another in a drive-by shooting has been sentenced to 28 years in New Jersey State Prison. Chantal Mitchell, who had two prior drug-dealing convictions, was sentenced on Friday, March 17 for killing Deitrick Mitchell, 21, of Newark, according to Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens.
‘Scorpion tattoo’ N.J. victim of brutal cold case killing identified 31 years later
After 31 years, authorities have identified a New Jersey woman as the victim of a notorious and mysterious homicide in nearby Staten Island, New York — but they re still looking for her killer. During a press conference Tuesday at the Richmond County District Attorney’s Office in Staten Island,...
3ICE in Newark, NJ Jul 19th, 2023 – presale code
Excited that pre-sale code for the 3ICE presale is available!. During this pre-sale anyone with the code will have the opportunity to purchase presale tickets in advance of the general public 🙂. Don’t pass up on this rare chance to personally see 3ICE’s show in Newark, NJ!!. 3ICE...
American History: It’s New Jersey’s Oldest and Most Historic Restaurant
This article mixes two favorite topics, food, and history. This restaurant in New Jersey is one of the oldest and most historic in America and you can have dinner at this piece of American history. This New Jersey eatery dates all the way back to before the American Revolution. In...
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