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Plainfield OKs these three legal weed stores, cultivator to open in city
PLAINFIELD – Three marijuana stores and a large marijuana cultivation and manufacturing facility will be opening in the city. The stores, known as adult use dispensaries, which are different than medical marijuana dispensaries, will be opening on Front Street, South Avenue and Park Avenue. The cultivation and manufacturing facility,...
Human body parts keep washing ashore in Union County, NJ
ELIZABETH — Authorities have been trying to solve the gruesome mystery of several human body parts — including a torso — washed ashore in Union County. The partial remains were found in Elizabeth in the area where Front Street ends at the body of water known as the Arthur Kill, according to law enforcement.
Dollar General employees say they don't feel safe at work
OSHA has cited unsafe conditions at dozens of Dollar General stores in recent years.
Lawyer explains possible link between NJ councilwoman and accused killer
SAYREVILLE, N.J. (PIX11) — Family and friends of slain Sayreville, N.J. Councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour have the “who” but are still in search of “why”; as in a motive for why alleged 28-year-old suspect Rashid Ali Bynum wanted to kill her. Sayreville Council president Christian Onuoha ran on the same ticket with Dwumfour and also […]
Getaway Driver, Armed Robber Captured In Linden With Third At Large: Police
On Thursday, May 17, police responded to a report of a robbery at gunpoint by two men armed with ski masks on the 1400 block of S. Wood Ave, Captain Christopher Guenther of the Linden Police Department said. The suspects fled the scene in a black Nissan driven by a woman, Guenther said.
Police warn NJ residents to be on lookout due to rise in catalytic converter thefts
Police say there have been 29 thefts reported in southern Middlesex County since May 21.
New Jersey postal worker assaulted, robbed of postal keys while working route
A New Jersey postal worker was assaulted and robbed in a disturbing attack that took place earlier this month on a resident's front lawn.
Somerville Man, 37, Dies 'Doing What He Loved Most,' Family Organizes Tribute Event
The family of an avid motorcyclist is memorializing his passion for bikes with a gathering they plan to hold yearly.Steve Delaney, Jr, of Somerville, died in a motorcycle accident on Saturday, May 27 at 37 years old, according to his obituary and a GoFundMe created for his funeral expenses. De…
Extra Time: New details in NJ councilwoman murder; debt limit vote looms
Eyewitness News has learned new details about the connection between a Sayreville Councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour and the man accused of murdering her.
What's replacing longtime nightclub, events venue on Route 35 in Sayreville?
SAYREVILLE – A self-storage facility has been proposed for the Club Pure site on Route 35. InSite Development Partners, of Torrance, Calif., has filed an application with the Planning Board for preliminary and final major site plan approval to build the facility, consisting of one three-story building and a one-story building, totaling approximately 130,162 square feet, with associated site improvements, at 1970 Route 35, in the 1970 Route 35 Redevelopment Area.
Elizabeth Police investigating deadly shooting
ELIZABETH, N.J. -- Police in Elizabeth are investigating a deadly shooting.Crime scene investigators took photos and placed evidence markers in front of Bridgestone Hose Power on Wednesday.Witnesses say the victim was shot after he walked out of a building in an industrial area.Police are checking surveillance footage from neighboring businesses.No arrests have been made.
85-year-old New Jersey man, passerby help save family from house fire
Santo Livio, an 85-year-old from Kendall Park, New Jersey, and a woman walking in his neighborhood are being commended for saving a family in a burning home.
Authorities investigating after man dies in N.J. workplace
Officials are investigating a workplace fatality that occurred in Somerset County Wednesday morning. Police responded to a 911 call on Willow Road in Hillsborough at 7:27 a.m., reporting an incident involving heavy machinery, Somerset County Prosecutor John P. McDonald said. The worker was pronounced dead on the scene, authorities said....
From Bible study to brutal slaying, church connection deepens mystery in N.J. councilwoman’s killing
For nearly four months, more questions than answers have surrounded the death of Sayreville Councilwoman Eunice K. Dwumfour, who was gunned down outside her borough townhouse in a brazen February attack. And for many — including some who knew both the councilwoman and the man authorities say killed her —...
Police: 2 men arrested after conning Westbury woman into buying thousands of dollars worth of gold bars
According to police, a 76-year-old victim received a phone call on Friday, May 19 from an unknown male claiming to work for a computer security company.
Jersey Buzz: Erykah Badu to perform in NJ; Frankie Valli postpones show due to illness
In Thursday’s Jersey Buzz. Erykah Badu will bring her tour to Newark; Frankie Valli & the Four Seasons shows are postponed; and a jazz festival takes place this weekend in Jersey City.
Inspections Uncover ‘Appalling’ Conditions at Newark Homeless Shelter
NEWARK, NJ — City officials said that people living at a homeless shelter in the Central Ward have been relocated after authorities found “appalling conditions” at the facility on Sussex Avenue. Mayor Ras J. Baraka and Newark Homelessness Czar Luis Ulerio in a statement on May 25 said people without addresses sheltered at H.E.L.P. Center, 224 Sussex Ave., would be moved to emergency housing beds across Essex County and that support would be in place for them over the next several weeks. City inspectors, responding to complaints about the facility made earlier this month, “found an abundance of insects, no hot water, strewn garbage and...
2 in custody in N.J. armed robbery, one suspect remains at large, cops say
A man and woman have been arrested in an armed robbery that occurred earlier this month, while another suspect in the case remains at large, Linden Police Capt. Christopher Guenther said. The robbery was reported on May 17 near the 1400 block of South Wood Avenue in the Union County...
East Brunswick teen creates his own backyard rollercoaster
“Shadow Stalker” was built by 17-year-old Sammy Trechak and his friends. They have been working on the coaster for about a year in their East Brunswick backyard.
Worker Killed By Heavy Machinery Accident In Somerset County: Police
The man, whose identity was not released, was found as Hillsborough Township Police responded to a call regarding an accident involving heavy machinery at a site on Willow Road around 7:25 a.m., Somerset County Prosecutor John P. McDonald said. The man was pronounced dead at the scene. His cause and...
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