Scuffle breaks out between NYC subway passengersJeromeNewsBreak Contributor
Former President Donald Trump is the first former president in American history to face criminal chargesAmor PropioNewsBreak Contributor
Migrants Crisis: All 200 City Office Officials Are Working To Provide Shelter And Beds For Asylum SeekersAbdul GhaniNewsBreak Contributor
Man Shot by New York State Police After Allegedly Attempting to Run Over OfficerBy LogicNewsBreak Contributor
Mayor Adams opens another migrant housing facility and Governor Hochul may move some to upstate New YorkTom HandyNewsBreak Contributor
Crowd Boos Graduation Speakers In NJ College's Epic Commencement Ceremony Fail (VIDEO)
A major mishap at the Wednesday, May 24 event has prompted an apology from school officials. The ceremony began at the Prudential Center, where Gov. Phil Murphy spoke. The ceremony moved to NJPAC and Newark Symphony Hall, apparently due to uncertainty caused by the NHL playoffs. It was in the...
Mom Lynija Eason questioned over fatal beating of daughter, 6, posted about ‘kindness’ weeks before her death
A Bronx mom being questioned in the fatal beating of her 6-year-old daughter spent the days ahead of the killing bragging on Facebook about her job — and posted about “kindness and compassion” in the weeks before her child’s death. “I’m just up thinking like how deep i was really in the streets literally in my living room cooking upppp to now being a whole NYC city agent with a whole 401K & everything… God gone do it EVERYTIME!” the mom, Lynija Eason, posted to the social media site about a week ago. Eason, who also uses the name Lynija Mone...
Passaic County Sheriff's Office Shuts Down Little Falls Drug Operation
LITTLE FALL, NJ - An illegal drugs operation being run out of a Little Falls home has been shut down following an investigation by the Passaic County Sheriff Office’s Bureau of Narcotics (BON), with the assistance of the Little Falls Police Department. According to Passaic County Sheriff Richard H Berdnik, members of the BON established surveillance at 31 Newark Pompton Tpk. in Little Falls. During the surveillance, a statement said, detectives observed Victor M Miranda exit his second floor residence and enter his vehicle before proceeding to Paterson. Once in Paterson, the reports says, Miranda conducted a sale of cocaine to Ramon Rivera, 53, a Paterson resident. Continuing the investigation, including of a garage rented by Miranda led the discovery of almost a pound of pure cocaine, more than $21,000 in proceeds from illegal drug sales, a “ghost gun” loaded with 13 bullets, and several items of drug paraphernalia “all indicative of a drug manufacturing facility” Miranda was arrested and has been charged with a number of crimes related to the possession and sales of drugs, and weapons possession.
Student's service dog receives diploma at New Jersey graduation ceremony
Justin, a 6-year-old service dog for graduating student Grace Mariani, wagged his tail as he walked across the stage.
St. George Church's Summer Festival Begins Thursday
LITTLE FALLS, NJ - Join the fun when the annual Little Falls Summer Tradition returns Thursday: St. George Church Summer Festival 2023. Featuring the wildly popular Middle Eastern foods and baked goods along with summer favorites. Take a trip to the Middle East and experience music and live performances by local dance troops. As always, there is free admission plus food, music, and fun. Save the dates: Thursday, June 1st 5 pm -10 pm Friday, June 2nd 5 pm - 10 pm Saturday, June 3rd 3 pm - 10 pm St. George Orthodox Church is located at 237 Long Hill Rd. Little Falls NJ.
Roof Collapses In Clifton House Fire
The two-alarm blaze -- three bells for coverage -- ignited shortly before noon May 27 and quickly spread through the home on dead-ended Lynn Drive. Firefighters went defensive once the roof began collapsing, then returned to an offensive attack soon after. No injuries were reported. A preliminary cause wasn't given....
Boy Embedded In Windshield Airlifted, Driver Charged In Seaside Heights Crash: Prosecutor
Giancarlos Fernandez, of Hasbrouck Heights, was heading west on Freemont Avenue at a high rate of speed in a 2012 Infinity G37, when he struck the boy riding his bike around 6:50 p.m. on Friday, May 26, Ocean County Prosecutor Bradley D. Billhimer said. The boy became embedded in the...
1 Dead after head-on crash in Newark
Newark, VT – Vermont State Police have identified the person killed in a head-on crash in Newark. The crash happened around 10:30 PM Thursday, on route 114 near River Lane. 54-year-old Ian Cunningham from Walden was pronounced dead at the scene. Troopers say the pickup truck Cunningham was driving...
Man Robbed in Parking Lot of Bank of America at Jacoby Street and Springfield Avenue
MAPLEWOOD, NJ - Friday evening about 8:55 pm, the Maplewood Police received a 911 call, advising them a person had just been robbed in the parking lot of the Bank of America branch located at the intersection of Jacoby Street and Springfield Avenue. The police responded to the area where a man advised them that he had made a deposit in the ATM located in the Bank’s lobby. Having completed his transaction, he was walking back to the car, he saw a silver sedan pull into the parking lot and hit the driver’s side of his car. At that point the driver...
Hanover Police Find Lost Dog Near Morris County Mall
HANOVER TOWNSHIP, NJ - A lost dog was found on Friday evening near the Morris County mall. A Hanover police officer found a golden retriever (freshly groomed) in the middle of the road on Ridgedale Avenue by the Morris County Mall. The dog was cold and wet but thankfully they were able to secure the dog, bring her back to headquarters and keep her warm until Parsippany Animal Control arrived. Please forward this information to the dogs owner if you recognize this pup. The dog is currently with Parsippany Animal Control.
NYPD cracks down on officers’ personal vehicle violations as morale sinks: ‘cops are miserable’
The NYPD is checking cops’ personal cars at precincts citywide to see if they violate vehicle regulations – the latest in a broader push to police the police, sources told The Post. The autos are checked for overly-tinted windshields, valid inspection stickers, and registration, obstructive license plate covers, or missing or defaced plates. “The NYPD has lost its mind and is doing the bidding of [Mayor] Adams and [Gov.] Hochul to generate much-needed revenue,” a police source said. The spot checks are laid out in a department memo fired off recently about the NYPD’s shooting range in Rodman’s Neck in the...
An old, small bridge that’s a big problem for N.J. town got $800K toward its replacement
The Broad Street bridge in Norwood isn’t as iconic or large as the George Washington Bridge to the south, but it’s just as problematic for local traffic when it has a problem. And the small, 110-year old bridge that links two Bergen County roads has some significant problems...
10 most expensive homes sold in Bloomfield, May 15-22
A house in Bloomfield that sold for $725,000 tops the list of the most expensive residential real estate sales in Bloomfield between May 15 and May 22. In total, 10 residential real estate sales were recorded in the area during the past week, with an average price of $512,600, $330 per square foot.
NY State Police shoot man who allegedly tried to run over officer
A man was shot in the head by a New York state trooper after he allegedly tried to mow down an officer while speeding past a DWI checkpoint on the Grand Central Parkway near LaGuardia airport. The driver, identified by police sources as Wilton Ketter, 22, of Connecticut, tried to evade the checkpoint near Exit 7 just before 11 p.m. Friday night, and struck one of the troopers when they tried to prevent him from fleeing again — prompting the cop to fire at least six rounds, police sources said. “Upon termination of the pursuit, a trooper tried to engage the driver...
Best Ice Cream Shops Across North Jersey
What better way to ward off the heat than with a delicious dish of soft serve or a creamy, custardy cone loaded with your favorite toppings?. Here’s a list of the most popular ice cream shops across North Jersey, meticulously curated according to the highest-rated shops on user review sites.
Taylor Swift fans were out in force in NJ. Expect traffic, singing, storm of Swifties all weekend.
Taylor Swift fans sing, dance and celebrate outside East Rutherford, New Jersey's MetLife Stadium for the first of the singer's three nights there, as part of her Eras Tour. The pop superstar kicked off her three-night run Friday in New Jersey at Met Life Stadium. [ more › ]
Letter from Hawthorne Mayor John Lane
Dear Resident, Yesterday afternoon there was a house fire on Sunrise Drive. I want to thank my entire emergency services: police, fire, and ambulance, for the exceptional response and collective job well done by all. It was a difficult fire, and the response went extremely well. I want to especially thank Lt. Ben Veenema, Officer Tanya Schneider, and a good-hearted neighbor who went into the burning house to rescue the resident. These three people went above and beyond the call of duty, and I personally thank them for their service. The patient was airlifted to St. Barnabas Hospital for emergency care....
Motorcyclist fatally struck by tractor trailer after wiping out on LIE near Woodhaven Boulevard: NYPD
Sign up for our amNY Sports email newsletter to get insights and game coverage for your favorite teams. A motorcyclist was fatally struck by a tractor trailer after he lost control of his bike on the Long Island Expressway near Woodhaven Boulevard early Saturday morning, according to authorities. Police from...
New York Issues Veterinary Alert For Deadly Dog Disease That Is Spreading
A deadly disease that affects dogs has been spreading at an increased rate. New York has issued a veterinary alert. According to the New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene,. Several veterinary facilities in New York City have reported an increase in cases of canine parvovirus (CPV), a...
Mom defends teen son in Harlem River drowning deaths of two NYC youths — ‘He’s still seeing it’
The mother of a teen who watched helplessly as two youths fell in the Harlem River before they drowned said her child was still plagued by flashbacks and ugly rumors two weeks after the tragedy. “He still has visions. He’s still seeing it,” mom Leslie Rispers told the Daily News on Saturday. “If he goes to school, if he goes to the store, walks down the street, people are asking him questions. ...
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