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Officials: NJ Transit train fatally strikes pedestrian in Union County
The Raritan Valley Line service is suspended in both directions between Cranford and Newark as the investigation into the accident continues, according to officials.
3 shot, one fatally, in broad daylight NYC gun violence: cops
Three men were shot — one fatally — in two separate broad-daylight shootings in the Big Apple on Monday, authorities said. A 33-year-old man was shot in the head on the grounds of NYCHA’s Ingersoll Houses in Fort Greene, around 11:10 a.m., cops said. He was taken to the Brooklyn Hospital Center, where he was later pronounced dead, police said. Another man, 21, brought himself to the same hospital with a gunshot wound to the left hand. He was listed in stable condition. Police could not immediately confirm whether either man was targeted. No arrests have been made. Hours earlier, around 8:20 a.m., a man was shot twice in the right foot and once in the left leg at East 156th Street and Westchester Avenue in the Melrose section of The Bronx, authorities said. He was taken to Lincoln Medical Center by private means, with non-life-threatening injuries. No one was arrested, cops said.
Kenilworth Recap: Annual Carnival, Town Ranking, Baseball Preview & More
KENILWORTH, NJ - Did you miss this past week's top stories? Catch up on what you missed in the links below. The Top ten are posted by the page views of the week. 1. Kenilworth Annual Carnival Explained: A Conversation with Father Giovanni 2. Where Kenilworth Stands on Niche’s 2023 ‘Best Places to Live’ Rankings 3. Brearley Baseball 2023 Season Preview 4. Union Restaurant Owner Convicted of Sexual Offenses Against Minor 5. Kenilworth Recap: Massimo's, Gun Arrest, Summer Carnival Announcement & More 6. Kenilworth 2023 Classic Car Show 7. Kenilworth Rec to Host Annual Easter Egg Hunt 8. Police Arrest Owner of NJ Bridal Shop for Theft After Customer Complaints 9. Woman Allegedly Stole $2,973 of Ulta Beauty Items 10. Kenilworth Police Safe Place Initiative Roll-Out Have a news tip, feedback or story idea? Email firstname.lastname@example.org. Don’t miss any TAPinto Kenilworth news. Go to tapinto.net/enews to sign up for our free e-newsletter, delivered each morning to your inbox. Interested in marketing your business on TAPinto Kenilworth? Email email@example.com.
Invitation to Elizabeth’s Community Easter Egg Hunt
A Community Egg Hunt will be held in Elizabeth on Saturday, April 8th starting at 3:00 pm at Sportsman Park. This is our 2nd year of our annual Easter egg hunt and it’s growing. Age groups are 1-3 years 4-7 years 8-10 years and 11-14 years old. We will have 2000+ candy filled eggs and prize eggs in each age group. We have small prizes from bubbles/chalk to bikes/scooters. Really All kinds of different stuff. All kids are welcome. We are on Facebook check us out. Community Easter Egg Hunt.
Dealer Caught In Sting Had Several Pounds Of Deadly Fentanyl, Ounces Of Coke: Bergen Prosecutor
An accused drug dealer snared in an undercover sting was carrying 4½ pounds of potentially-fatal fentanyl and 3½ ounces of cocaine when Bergen County narcotics detectives busted him, authorities said. Jose Restrepo-Velez, 49, of Roselle Park, was taken into custody after they stopped his car in Hackensack and...
NJ State Police: 3 Charged For Kidnapping, Murder, Dumping Man’s Body
State troopers have charged three people, all from Newark, for allegedly shooting and killing a man and then dumping his body near a wooded area off Interstate 80 in Warren County. 30-year-old Nishir Rios-Figueroa, 28-year-old Mustafa Manns, and 24-year-old William Dixon have been charged with murder, kidnapping, and other offenses.
We ❤️ NYC: NYC leaders launch new motto, campaign to promote community involvement
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Wife Launches GoFundMe Following Death of Popular JCPD Police Officer
JERSEY CITY, NJ - The widow of Jersey City Police Officer Noel Santiago, Jr. has launched a GoFundMe page to carry out his wishes that “his family was taken care of.” Santiago, Jr. lost his battle with cancer on March 2 at just 43 years old. In addition to his wife, Stephanie, Santiago leaves behind three sons, 4,2, and 1, as well as “so many family, friends, and brothers and sisters in blue.” “To know Noel was to love him,” Stephanie says on the GoFundMe. “He built friendships with almost everyone who he came in contact with because of his kind spirit, generous...
NJ Transit: Pedestrian Hit on Raritan Valley Line in Union County
UNION COUNTY, NJ — Riders on Raritan Valley Line can expect train delays due to a pedestrian hit near Roselle Park Sunday morning, authorities said. Service along the Raritan Valley line is suspended in both directions between Cranford and Newark Penn Station, NJ Transit said in an alert at 10: 16 a.m. “Customers should seek alternate transportation,” the agency said. “We are working as quickly as possible to provide substitute busing.”
Protecting NYC's Parks: How Desire Paths are Harming Green Spaces
As the COVID-19 pandemic forced many New Yorkers to stay inside their homes for extended periods, the city's parks and woodlands became more popular than ever. They provided a much-needed refuge for those seeking fresh air and space while adhering to social distancing guidelines. However, park officials are now worried that the surge in visitors might lead to these green spaces' gradual degradation.
Uptick in stolen car parts has New York drivers worried
New York City Police Department crime statistics show more than a 6% increase in grand larceny of auto or vehicle thefts between last year and this year so far. Over a 2-year period, the increase exceeds 95%. Fox 5 New York's Stephanie Bertini has more on this story.
Is Your Neighborhood Safe? Shocking Fatal Stabbing in Brooklyn Raises Concerns
A horrific tragedy has occurred in Brooklyn's Crown Heights neighborhood, where a 31-year-old man named Jerry Crichlow was fatally stabbed in his apartment building on Crown Street. According to reports, the police received a 911 call about an assault, and upon arriving at the scene, found Crichlow unresponsive.
2 suspects wanted in Upper East Side jewelry store robbery
Police say two male suspects wearing a mask entered the store and used a weapon, possibly a hammer, to break cases inside the store.
Newark Police Seek Public’s Help Identifying Armed Business Robbery Suspect
NEWARK, NJ – Newark Public Safety Director Fritz G. Fragé is requesting public assistance in identifying an armed business robbery suspect involved in an incident that occurred on Monday, March 13, 2023. At approximately 6:18 p.m., police responded to a business in the area of Brookdale Avenue and Abinger Place. The suspect entered the business, walked behind the counter, pointed a handgun at an employee, and demanded money from the register. The suspect then fled, entering the rear seat of a 2021-2023 gray Ford Maverick with tinted windows. The suspect is described as a Black male, wearing a black North The post Newark Police Seek Public’s Help Identifying Armed Business Robbery Suspect appeared first on Shore News Network.
Is ‘Joker 2' filming at old New Jersey hospital? Social media seems to think so
A major motion picture starring two A-list celebrities could be filming in Belleville.
Driver Busted For Pointing Gun At Red Light In Garfield
A driver was arrested after police in Garfield said he pointed a gun at another motorist while stopped at an overnight light. Officer Daniel Fedor spotted the blue Chevy Camaro with temporary New Jersey plates at the Wawa complex on Jewell Street as he and his colleagues responded to a report of the threat at nearby Outwater Lane and River Drive shortly before 2 a.m. Sunday, March 26, Capt. Mario Pozo said.
Once again, this is the number one diner in NJ
What makes a great diner in New Jersey? If you ask 1,000 different things you’ll get 1,000 different answers. But amazingly, there’s one diner that makes the top of the list for so many people. This diner has not only made the top 10 anytime we discuss diners...
Police: 73-year-old old woman tied up with tape during home invasion robbery in Clifton
Police say two men duct-taped a 73-year-old woman during a home invasion robbery Sunday in Clifton. Police say two men dressed in black broke into the woman’s home, one armed with a gun. Ramona Cartagena tells News 12 New Jersey that she keeps replaying what happened in her head....
Today, March 27, 2023 is the Final Day to File for inclusion on the Primary Ballot for Elected Office.
MAPLEWOOD, NJ – Today March 27 is the Last Day to Turn in a Petition to be included on the Primary Ballot for a place on it for either party. The deadline to submit the proper paperwork was 4:00 pm. Checking with Liz Fritzen, the Township Clerk in Maplewood, as of 4:00 pm today, there were no additional petitions submitted. Therefore, Mayor Dean Dafis and Committee member (and a Former Mayor) Vic DeLuca will run unopposed in the Primary this June, and one would expect they will not have any opposition come the General Election in November either. It appears they will both return to the Township Committee for 2024.
NJ takes over Paterson police after crisis worker’s shooting
New Jersey’s attorney general said Monday that his office has taken control of the police department in the state’s third-largest city, Paterson, less than a month after officers there fatally shot a well-known crisis intervention worker during a tense standoff. Attorney General Matt Platkin said at a news...
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