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Halal Grocery Store Sets Wayne Opening
The countdown is on in Passaic County.
Anatolia Market, a new halal supermarket, is set to open in Wayne at 29 Route 23 on Sunday, March 10, store officials tell Daily Voice.
The supermarket plans to carry brands like Nutella, Ocean Spray, Nestle, Kraft and Poland Spring, according to its website.
Halal is Arabic for food that is allowed under Islamic law. Food must be processed, made, produced, manufactured and/or stored using utensils, equipment and/or machinery that have been cleansed according to Islamic law, according to the Islamic Council of Victoria.
Non-halal items include …
Morris County HS Freshman Critical After Struck By Vehicle On Route 46: Fundraiser
A freshman at Morris Hills High School is in critical condition after he was struck by a vehicle on Thursday, Feb. 22 on Route 46 in Rockaway, according to a fundraiser set up to support his family.
Emmanuel Ramnarain sustained a traumatic brain injury and is at Morristown Medical Center, Kristyn Dietrich, a family friend of Ramnarain's and the organizer of the fundraiser, said. Doctors are closely monitoring the swelling in his brain, Dietrich said.
As of Wednesday, Feb. 28, the fundraiser has raised more than $24,000.
All funds raised will go toward Ramnarain's mother, Sherida, to assis…
Snow, Hail Could Be Part Of Damaging Mid-Week Storm Headed To NJ, PA: Forecasters
Forecasters are tracking a gusty storm bringing rain and some snow to parts of New Jersey and Pennsylvania.
Rain is expected to begin across both states Tuesday evening, Feb. 27, and continue through Wednesday morning, Feb. 28, the National Weather Service says.
☔️ Multiple rounds of rain & storms will occur across central PA through Wednesday evening, Stay Weather Aware!
1⃣: Tues... Posted by US National Weather Service State College PA on Tuesday, February 27, 2024
While temperatures on Wednesday could reach a high of 60, a steep drop is expected in the evening to around 30, …
Innocent! NJ Daycare Worker Accused Of Abusing 4-Year-Old At Nap Time Found Not Guilty
A Cumberland County jury has found a daycare worker not guilty in an abuse and neglect case, authorities said.
Claudia J. Smith-Heard, 51, of Millville, was accused of aggressive behavior to get a 4-year-old boy to take a nap on his first day of child care at Golden Gate center on Nov. 1, 2021, according to an affidavit of probable cause filed by Vineland police.
A jury found Smith-Heard not guilty on all counts on Wednesday, Feb. 21 after a trial, according to Crystal Harris, criminal division manager.
Smith-Heard had been charged on a summons with simple assault and child endangerment, a…