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Woman admits bribing postal workers to steal from mail boxes
A woman admitted Thursday that she bribed an Essex County mail carrier to steal keys that open mail boxes and receptacles and used the stolen items to fraudulently obtain bank funds, federal prosecutors said. Halimatou Ndiaye, 27, of the Bronx, New York, offered the unidentified postal employees in East Orange...
Community Rallies Around Ailing Essex County Police Officer
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Viral photo of 2 napping NJ cops gets them suspended without pay
NEWARK — The City of Newark has suspended two police officers without pay after a photo of them napping in a police SUV went viral on social media. The pic shows a pair of cops sleeping in a police vehicle for the Sixth Precinct with the front passenger window down during the daytime. It's unclear if the SUV is turned on. Officials did not say when the photo was taken.
MURDER: Englewood Man Convicted Again Of Shooting, Burning Rapper, Dumping Body In Paramus
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Blacks in NJ more likely hit with health issues from Canada wildfire smoke. Here's why
While many North Jersey residents have been inconvenienced by the Mars-like orange haze caused by migrating smoke from Canadian wildfires this week, minority and low-income residents in urban centers such as Paterson are more likely to suffer health impacts from inhaling the smoke for days. That's because more Blacks suffer from respiratory illnesses...
NJ men among ‘construction’ crew accused in $2M diamond heists
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Schools in NJ close in midst of smoky conditions from Canada's wildfires
Officials announced public schools in Newark and Elizabeth, New Jersey will be closed Thursday to protect students from the hazardous conditions.
NY Gov. Kathy Hochul weeds out NYC’s illegal pot shops
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Ridgewood Football Player Dawayne Inniss Dies Day After 38th Birthday: 'Gentle Giant'
Inniss was a standout football player at Ridgewood High School, leading the Maroons to a state title in 2003 when he was a senior. A fundraiser has been set up to assist with funeral arrangements. As of Thursday, June 8, almost $18,000 has been raised. A funeral will be held...
Police: Porch pirates stopped by off-duty Linden officer
LINDEN — Two New York men were arrested after an off-duty city police officer saw them steal a package from outside a local home, according to Linden Police. On Wednesday around 2:10 p.m., the officer saw two men pick up a package from the porch of a home on the 1700 block of Dill Avenue.
Newark Woman Fatally Stabbed: Prosecutors
Police responded to the 200 block of Sunset Avenue and found Annie Gooden suffering from apparent stab wounds, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Theodore N. Stephens and Newark Public Safety Director Fritz Fragé said. Gooden was pronounced dead at the scene, Stephens and Fragé said. The investigation is active...
Queens family finds their missing dog at NYC adoption event: ‘As soon as we walked in, she was right there’
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Former Hotel Senior Analyst, a Bloomfield Resident, Sentenced to 15 Months in Prison for Embezzlement Scheme
NEWARK, N.J. – A former hotel employee of a nationwide hotel chain was sentenced today to 15 months in prison, three years of supervised release and ordered to pay restitution of $317,582 for his role in a scheme to embezzle over $300,000 from the company. Marco Alvarez, 47, of Bloomfield, New Jersey, pleaded guilty on April 14, 2022, by video conference before U.S. District Judge Esther Salas to an information charging him with one count of wire fraud.
This Soul Food Restaurant Has Been Crowned The BEST in NJ!
Then I bet you'd love to fix a plate overflowing with collard greens, fried chicken, corn bread, candied yams, chicken and dumplings, oven-baked macaroni and cheese, fried catfish, etc. (I could go on and on). Sometimes you just need some good ol' "down South" comfort food that reminds you of your southern grandma's cooking.
NJ school district repeals policy that would require teachers to out gay, trans students after lawsuit
The Hanover Township Board of Education voted Tuesday to repeal a rule that would have forced teachers to out gay and trans students to their parents.
Some New Jersey schools, colleges canceling or going remote Thursday due to unhealthy air quality
The air quality still remains at hazardous levels Thursday in New Jersey.
This new North Jersey nature preserve was half a century in the making. Now it's open
Fifty years ago, Ridgefield Park Mayor John Anlian and Stephen Quinn, the village’s environmental commission chairman, explored woods in an untouched patch of land near the New Jersey Turnpike. The two recently stood together to dedicate the area as a new nature preserve. The duo, both avid environmentalists, spent decades dreaming up the preserve and working with the local government before they were part of it to secure grants and land to create the green space. ...
NYC Mayor Eric Adams sues 30 New York counties for refusing to house migrants
New York City Mayor Eric Adams is suing 30 New York counties that have issued orders attempting to stop the city from housing migrants in their jurisdictions.
Gotcha! Boy, 15, Robbed Of Bicycle At Knifepoint Outside Walmart, Garfield PD Stings Suspect
Cristopher Rosario, 18, of Bloomfield, met the boy in the parking lot of the Walmart on Passaic Street, then threatened him with a silver knife before fleeing on the bicycle towards Passaic shortly after 8:30 p.m. last Thursday, June 1, Capt. Mario Pozo said. The youngster had gone there after...
Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg Says He Wants To Drop Over 300 Convictions That Were Made By Corrupt Officers
In the most recent of more than 1,000 cases involving police officers who were accused or convicted of being dismissed citywide, Manhattan's top prosecutor on Tuesday overturned over 300 convictions related to NYC police officers who were themselves found guilty of high-level crimes.
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