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Residents Speak About Par 3 Proposal During Township Committee Meeting
MILLBURN, NJ – During Tuesday night's Millburn Township Committee meeting, two residents expressed their opposition to the Par 3 sports complex proposal that would replace the golf course with playing fields. Former Millburn mayor, Dianne Thall Eglow asked, “Has the Board of Ed met with the Rec Department to discuss what their plans are to improve all the fields under their control--which are all in poor condition?” Thall Eglow added, “There seemed to be no public support to destroy Par 3 at the first public meeting.” She also noted that the project will cost $20 million. Thall Eglow shared, “I reached out...
EBPD Seeks Information/Location of Man Charged with First-Degree Attempted Murder and Aggravated Assault
EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - The East Brunswick Police Department is seeking information regarding the whereabouts of Kyle Johnson, 36 of Monmouth Junction (photo) who has been charged with First-Degree Attempted Murder and Aggravated Assault. On Tuesday, March 21, 2023, at approximately 4:59 p.m., the East Brunswick Police Department was notified of a possible shooting in the area of Taylor Avenue (Taylor Garden Apartments). It was reported the suspect fled the scene in a bluish-green Dodge Magnum bearing NJ registration F18KCK. Arriving officers located the victim, who was not injured as a result of the shooting, says a press release from the EBPD. The suspect was...
Thursday, March 23: Road Closures in Plainfield
PLAINFIELD, NJ — The Plainfield Police Department advises residents on the following road closures around town for Thursday, March 23. It is suggested residents plan alternate routes, and expect delays in these areas. Berkeley Terr. from East Front St. to East 3rd St. 7 AM — 3 PM Andover Ave. from East Front St. to Milton Pl. 7 AM — 3 PM West Front St. / Melrose Ave. 7 AM — 3 PM East Front St. / Netherwood Ave. 7 AM — 3 PM Lafayette Pl. / West Front St. 7 AM — 3 PM Clinton Ave. from West Front St. to Myrtle Ave. 7 AM — 3 PM Grant Ave. from West 7th St. to West Front St. 8 AM — 3 PM Note: Locations are subject to change.
2 Easter Events Happening in Madison
MADISON, NJ - Residents are invited to participate in three family fun Easter events in Madison. Search for Shelly the Easter Egg- March 17- March 31 Children are invited to participate in an Easter egg hunt to find Shelly, the Easter Egg at participating businesses. The search will begin on March 17 and end on March 31. This is a free event and open to the public. For a list of participating businesses please visit MadisonNJChamber.org. How does it work? Pick up a participation card at Tons of Toys, 64 Main St. or Madison Pharmacy, 66 Main St. Search for Shelly at participating businesses or on their website, where...
Shooters In 2 Cars Spread Evidence Across Somerville Streets: Police
Glass shattered out of Somerville storefronts and vehicles because of stray bullets exchanged in a car-to-car shooting, officials say. Gunshots rang out at around 9:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 21 at 31 Temple Street, the Somerville Police Department told Daily Voice. Multiple 911 calls and …
Plainfield police search for man suspected of burglarizing two local restaurants
Police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man believed to have burglarized two Plainfield restaurants on the same night. Offices at approximately 12:07 p.m. on Monday were dispatched to Mr. Z’s restaurant at 788 Norwich Road for a report of an overnight burglary. Police said surveillance video from earlier in the day appeared to show a white male parking a black SUV near the building and forcing entry into the rear portion of the restaurant.
Community Resources Table Available Today at the YMCA in Rahway
RAHWAY, NJ — Today, Thursday, March 23, there will be an event at the Gateway Family YMCA in Rahway, 9 a.m. to noon, located at 1564 Irving St. It will include a community resource table sponsored by the New Jersey Citizen Action Education Fund (NJCAEF). TAPinto Rahway has introduced you to the NJCAEF already. Back in July, it hosted, along with Rahway's Ebenezer AME Church, a community resource fair at the church. Today's event will include access to healthcare enrollment resources in order for Rahway families to learn about healthcare coverage options with the state marketplace, NJ FamilyCare, as well as the recently enacted Cover All Kids initiative that allows all children to apply for NJ FamilyCare regardless of immigration status. This is a free event, as is the enrollment assistance NJCAEF offers to all New Jersey residents. For more information, including details about enrollment assistance, see the attached flyer. [Don’t miss any TAPinto Rahway news. Go to tapinto.net/enews to sign up for our free e-newsletter, delivered each morning to your inbox.]
Big Bust: 8 Men Charged With Fentanyl Trafficking in Union County, NJ
Federal authorities say eight men have been charged for their roles in a drug trafficking organization operating in and around Union County. U.S. Attorney Philip Sellinger's office says the following people are each facing one count of conspiracy to distribute controlled substances:. 54-year-old Lance Baker of Perth Amboy. 57-year-old Rooks...
Township Committee Moves Forward with Redevelopment Plan
CRANFORD, NJ – The voting process opened with Commissioner Gina Black's comments, advocating for more time and a more in-depth assessment of the plan presented. She publicly thanked for all the effort and commitment invested, accepting that “the town needs rehabilitation,” using as an example the “good statement” that already represents other new developments in Cranford. However, she thinks that there should be more direction from the Committee to make the Request for Proposals (RFP) understand what’s the real concept the Township is looking for. “We need to challenge how we are doing it and make sure we are getting the best...
See all homes sold in Edison area, March 13 to March 20
The following is a listing of all real estate transfers in Edison area reported from March 13 to March 20 There were 1 transactions posted during this time. During this period, the median sale for the area was a 3,837-square-foot home on Fairhill Road in Edison that sold for $905,000.
Police: Woman held at gun point in Newark as 2 men stole her car
Newark police say two men got out of their black Sedan and carjacked a woman’s 2020 Honda CR-V.
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Planning meeting for Westfield downtown cultural district rescheduled to April
WESTFIELD — A public meeting about plans for a Westfield Cultural District in the downtown area, postponed twice because of inclement weather, has been rescheduled for 6-8 p.m. Wednesday, April 5, at the Westfield Athenaeum. Community Development Director Peter Miller told The Westfield News earlier this month that “this...
Stanley B. Fiel, M.D., named Chief Medical Officer of Morristown Medical Center
MORRISTOWN, NJ (Morris County) – Stanley Fiel, MD, FACP, FCCP, has been named Chief Medical Officer (CMO) of Atlantic Health System’s Morristown Medical Center, ranked by U.S. News & World Report as the #1 hospital in New Jersey for five consecutive years. Dr. Fiel has served as interim CMO since May 2022.
Newark, NJ men charged in 2020 murder of 50-year-old man
NEWARK — More than two and a half years after a man was shot to death, authorities have charged two city men with his murder. Cops responding to a Sept. 14, 2020 shooting found 50-year-old Jerry Works Jr. in the hallway of an apartment building at 36 Brenner Street around 1:30 p.m., according to the Essex County Prosecutor's Office. He was taken to the hospital but pronounced dead at 2:18 p.m.
Girls golf season preview, 2023
It is time to tee off the 2023 season. Opening day is here, as teams start down the road toward the state championships in May. The N.J. High School Sports newsletter is now appearing in mailboxes 5 days a week. Sign up now and be among the first to get all the boys and girls sports you care about, straight to your inbox each weekday. To add your name, click here.
Slain NJ councilwoman’s family speaks out, calls for more transparency in investigation
SAYREVILLE, N.J. (PIX11) — It’s been nearly two months since a well-known councilwoman from this Central Jersey city was mysteriously murdered. Her family had not spoken out about the still-unsolved killing until Wednesday. They said that they felt compelled to come forward since there has been little information coming to them from investigators on the […]
Brush fire halts service on NJ Transit, Amtrak lines, officials say
A brush fire in Edison has affected NJ Transit and Amtrak Northeast Corridor service just before the evening commute, officials said. NEC rail service for NJ Transit was suspended between New York and Trenton as of 4:30 p.m., said Jim Smith, an NJ Transit spokesman. NJ Transit tweeted around 5 p.m. Northeast Corridor Line rail service had resumed with limited service between Penn Station New York and Metropark.
New Jersey Man Admits to Illegal Possession of Drugs and Firearm for Trafficking
NEWARK, N.J. – William Murphy, 45, from Elizabeth, New Jersey, admitted yesterday to illegally possessing fentanyl, heroin, cocaine, and oxycodone for distribution and possessing a firearm in furtherance of drug trafficking. Murphy pleaded guilty to charges including being a previously convicted felon in possession of a firearm and ammunition, possession with intent to distribute controlled substances, and possession of a firearm in furtherance of a drug trafficking crime. Officers discovered drugs, a digital scale, a money counter, and a loaded 9mm Taurus handgun at his residence. The narcotics offense carries a maximum potential penalty of 20 years in prison and The post New Jersey Man Admits to Illegal Possession of Drugs and Firearm for Trafficking appeared first on Shore News Network.
Watchung Hills Files Suit Against Social Media Companies for Impact on Student Mental Health
WARREN, NJ -- Watchung Hills Regional High School District (WHRHS)has filed a lawsuit in United States District Court against Meta Platforms, Inc., formerly known as Facebook, Inc. Instagram, YouTube, LLC, Snap Inc., TikTok Inc. and ByteDance Inc (“Defendants”). The school district says it has seen a steady rise in the mental health struggles of its students over the last decade, and believes social media is a substantial factor causing this crisis. Reasoning according to the school district: Defendants’ businesses exploit minor users’ undeveloped decision-making capacity, impulse control, emotional immaturity, and poor psychological resiliency. Defendants engage in exploitive practices despite their awareness that minors...
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