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  1. Man Struck By Train In Montclair Survives With Serious Injuries

    Man Struck By Train In Montclair Survives With Serious Injuries

    A pedestrian was struck by an NJ Transit train Wednesday in Montclair.The man was seriously injured but survived after he was hit by the train near the Upper Montclair station at Bellevue Avenue around 4:35 p.m., NJ Transit spokesman Paul Milo said.Montclair-Boonton Line service was temporarily suspended but resumed with 45-minute delays shortly after. None of the approximately 15 ...

  2. HEROES: NJ Transit Officers Save Woman Suffering Seizure On Train Tracks

    HEROES: NJ Transit Officers Save Woman Suffering Seizure On Train Tracks

    New Jersey Transit Police Officers rushed to save a woman suffering a seizure on railroad tracks at Newark Penn Station.Witnesses alerted nearby officers when a female commuter fell from the platform onto Track 4 just after 2 p.m. Monday, NJ Transit Spokesman Paul Milo said."Officers immediately halted train traffic and rushed in to render crucial aid and assistance," NJ Transit Police ...

  3. Authorities ID Man Stabbed Dead In Elizabeth

    Authorities ID Man Stabbed Dead In Elizabeth

    A 39-year-old man was stabbed to death Wednesday afternoon in Elizabeth, authorities said.Jermaine Brockington was rushed to Trinitas Regional Medical Center, where he was pronounced dead just before 1 p.m., Acting Union County Prosecutor Lyndsay V. Ruotolo said.The incident occurred on the 100 block of Third Street, around 12:20 p.m., reports say.A suspect was in custody as of ...

  4. Police: Drunken Man Charged With Aggravated Assault On Saint Clare's Hospital Worker

    Police: Drunken Man Charged With Aggravated Assault On Saint Clare's Hospital Worker

    A drunken man who fled the Saint Clare's Denville parking lot later became combative and spit on a hospital worker, authorities said.Patrick D. Connor, 30, was taken to the Pocono Road hospital's emergency room for evaluation after running into the woods around 11:45 p.m. Nov. 23, Denville Police Capt. Jefferey Tucker said.While in the hospital, Connor, of Parsippany's Lake Hiawatha ...

  5. Mount Olive PD: Speeding, Swerving Route 206 Driver Busted With Meth

    Mount Olive PD: Speeding, Swerving Route 206 Driver Busted With Meth

    A speeding and swerving driver on Route 206 was busted with methamphetamine, authorities in Mount Olive said.Officer Sean Smith was patrolling the highway when he spotted the erratic driver around 12:20 a.m. in Flanders on Nov. 24, police said in a press release.Smith stopped the driver, Jason Frederick, 40, of Pennsylvania, when he saw drug paraphernalia in the passenger ...

  6. 6 Former Sussex County Restaurant Workers Allege Sex Abuse By Owner In Scathing $15M Lawsuit

    6 Former Sussex County Restaurant Workers Allege Sex Abuse By Owner In Scathing $15M Lawsuit

    A lawsuit seeking $15 million alleges the owner of an upscale Sussex County restaurant sexually harassed and abused six of his former employees.Filed Monday in Sussex County Superior Court, the suit calls Sparta's Mohawk House owner Stephen Scro a "sexual predator," and alleges his employees were subjected to countless acts of sex abuse and illegal discrimination for ...

  7. Newark Police Seek Help IDing Armed Robbery Suspects

    Newark Police Seek Help IDing Armed Robbery Suspects

    Police in Newark are seeking the public's help identifying three armed robbery suspects.Just after 6:50 p.m. on Nov. 22, the three suspects entered a grocery store at 567 Broadway and robbed employees at gun-point, Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose said.They fled the store and headed west on Delavan Avenue, where they drove away in a gray SUV.The first suspect is ...

  8. Accused Parsippany Killer Stabbed Himself After Deadly Knife Attack, Authorities Say

    Accused Parsippany Killer Stabbed Himself After Deadly Knife Attack, Authorities Say

    A 19-year-old Parsippany man stabbed himself several times after doing the same to a 34-year-old man, killing him, then stood outside of the house Sunday morning, authorities said.David A. Lopez was arrested on a pair of weapons offenses and a murder charge, Morris County Acting Prosecutor Robert J. Carroll said in a joint release.Police responding to a 9-1-1 call of an ...

  9. Kings Food Market May Close Several New Jersey Stores

    Kings Food Market May Close Several New Jersey Stores

    Several New Jersey Kings Food Market stores could be closing in January 2021.WARN notices were issued to 439 employees at seven locations, according to the state's Department of Labor and Workforce website.The following stores appear to be closing come Jan. 12, 2021:BernardsvilleGilletteHoboken's River Street storeMaplewoodParsippany (Corporate Headquarters)RidgewoodWarrenA Kings ...

  10. COVID-19: More Bergen, Passaic County Schools Go Remote

    COVID-19: More Bergen, Passaic County Schools Go Remote

    Several schools in Bergen and Passaic counties made the switch to online learning due to a number of positive cases.In Maywood, two different teachers in the Memorial School tested positive, according to a letter sent by district Superintendent Michael Jordan Nov. 24.The school is closed out of an abundance of caution from Nov. 25 through Dec. 7, Jordan said.All Dumont schools went ...

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