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  1. 8 Newark Businesses Cited For Violating COVID-19 Orders In 2 Days

    8 Newark Businesses Cited For Violating COVID-19 Orders In 2 Days

    Eight Newark businesses were ticketed in the last two days for violating Gov. Phil Murphy's COVID-19 orders, local officials said.Even further, Mayor Ras J. Baraka urged Newark residents to follow a 10-day lockdown that began Nov. 25, after 41 percent of East Ward residents and 21 percent of residents citywide tested positive.The 21 percent citywide rate is more than twice the rate of ...

  2. 'Outrageous': 12-Year-Old Boy Struck By Stray Bullet In Newark Home

    'Outrageous': 12-Year-Old Boy Struck By Stray Bullet In Newark Home

    A stray bullet that flew through the window of a home struck and injured a 12-year-old boy Friday night in Newark's Central Ward, sparking outrage across the city.The boy was inside a home at 70-96 17th Ave., when the bullet entered from under a window where the victim was located around 9:55 p.m., Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said.The boy was taken ...

  3. KNOW HER? Authorities Seek ID Of Woman Found Dead In Elizabeth

    KNOW HER? Authorities Seek ID Of Woman Found Dead In Elizabeth

    Authorities are seeking more information relating to a woman's found over the summer in Elizabeth.The woman’s body was found on the afternoon of June 11 along railroad tracks off of the 300 block of Port Avenue, Acting Union County Prosecutor Lyndsay V. Ruotolo said alongside law enforcement.Forensic examination determined that the woman was a Black and/or Hispanic female, 25 to 35 ...

  4. Newark Police SUV Struck By Speeding Car At Crash Scene Injuring 7

    Newark Police SUV Struck By Speeding Car At Crash Scene Injuring 7

    Seven people including an off-duty Newark police officer were injured by a speeding vehicle that slammed a vehicle on Route 21, moments after a previous crash, authorities said.Police were assisting at the scene of an accident at Route 21 and Riverside Avenue around 10:10 p.m., when a gray Honda collided with two other vehicles on the roadway, Newark Public Safety Director Anthony ...

  5. Instagram's 'Hottest Doc' With North Jersey Practice Slammed for Maskless Miami Birthday Bash

    Instagram's 'Hottest Doc' With North Jersey Practice Slammed for Maskless Miami Birthday Bash

    A North Jersey family practitioner dubbed "America's Sexiest Doctor" by People magazine was apparently caught breaking his own rules.Footage shows Mikhail Varshavski -- known as "Dr. Mike" -- partying without face masks on a boat surrounded by women in Miami earlier this month for his 31st birthday, the Daily Mail reports.One of Varshavski's representatives told the New York Post ...

  6. Hackensack Man Wanted For Aggravated Assault, Police Pursuit In Newark

    Hackensack Man Wanted For Aggravated Assault, Police Pursuit In Newark

    A warrant has been issued for the arrest of a 33-year-old Hackensack man in Newark, authorities said.Roy Wilson was charged with two counts of aggravated assault for an incident that occurred Nov. 26, Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said.Police responded Schuyler Avenue near Nye Avenue on reports of a weapon fired following an argument around 9:15 p.m., ...

  7. Beloved Basketball Player, 20, Killed In Warren County Crash

    Beloved Basketball Player, 20, Killed In Warren County Crash

    A 20-year-old Stewartsville driver was killed in an early-morning crash on County Road 621 Thursday, New Jersey State Police said.Jermaine Knight was in a 2005 Nissan Altima when he veered off the highway to the right and hit several trees, then overturned just before 1 a.m., authorities said.Knight was ejected from the vehicle and later pronounced dead.More than $12,700 had been ...

  8. NJ Man Encouraged Child To Send Videos Showing 'Intimate' Body Parts, Authorities Say

    NJ Man Encouraged Child To Send Videos Showing 'Intimate' Body Parts, Authorities Say

    A 37-year-old Flemington man was arrested after encouraging a child to send him videos exposing "intimate body parts," authorities said.Kevin Reedell was arrested Nov. 25, following a cyber tip from the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) and subsequent investigation, Acting Hunterdon County Prosecutor Michael J. Williams said.Reedell was charged with ...

  9. COVID-19 Cases Reported At These Bergen, Passaic County Schools

    COVID-19 Cases Reported At These Bergen, Passaic County Schools

    More North Jersey schools are going remote due to increasing COVID-19 cases.All Fair Lawn schools will go remote Dec. 7 until Jan. 15. The Edison School and Fair Lawn BOE offices were remote as of Monday, Nov. 23. The high school and Memorial Middle School went remote Nov. 19, while Warren Point and Forrest School were expected to return to in-person learning on Nov. 30.Ridgewood ...

  10. COVID-19 Outbreak Closes Paramus Schools Until January

    COVID-19 Outbreak Closes Paramus Schools Until January

    Paramus Public Schools will be closed until January due to high rate of COVID-19 transmission within the schools, district officials said.In a letter to parents sent Nov. 25, Superintendent Sean P. Adams said the number and frequency of cases have risen to levels that place the district within the state's "very high risk of community transmission" category.The New Jersey Health ...

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