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  1. COVID-19: Possible Case Closes Passaic County High School

    COVID-19: Possible Case Closes Passaic County High School

    Another Passaic County school has closed due to a possible COVID-19 case.Lakeland Regional High School students had classes moved online Friday, Oct. 16 due to a possible case among students, NorthJersey.com reports.Students had been split into two groups and attending classes Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday on a hybrid schedule.A decision as to whether or not the school serving ...

  2. NEW RANKINGS: Website Runs Down Top Public High Schools In Essex County

    NEW RANKINGS: Website Runs Down Top Public High Schools In Essex County

    We’ve seen the top public schools in New Jersey, but what about Essex County?Niche.com graded every school across the U.S. based on a "rigorous analysis of key statistics and millions of reviews from students and parents using data from the U.S. Department of Education," it said.According to the newly-released set of rankings, the top public high school in Essex County is Millburn High ...

  3. Newark Trio Facing Murder Charges In Hillside Shooting

    Newark Trio Facing Murder Charges In Hillside Shooting

    Three Newark men including two already jailed on previous charges were charged in a Hillside shooting that left one man dead last March, authorities said Friday.Ameer J. Holcomb, 22, Maleak S. Williams, 22, and Ismael Merrill, 28, were each charged with first-degree murder and two related weapons offenses,  acting Union County Prosecutor Lyndsay V. Ruotolo said.Hillside police ...

  4. 2 People Struck, 1 Killed In Separate Hit-Run Crashes Same Night In Essex County

    2 People Struck, 1 Killed In Separate Hit-Run Crashes Same Night In Essex County

    Two people were struck and one killed by cars in a pair of separate hit-and-run crashes Thursday night in Essex County, authorities said.The fatal crash happened around 7:30 p.m. in Nutley, at the intersection of Rutgers Place and Washington Avenue, the Essex County Prosecutor's Office said. The woman's identity had not been released as of 10:30 a.m.The prosecutor's office was also ...

  5. Turn Down For What? Teaneck Man Bumping Loud Beats Charged With DWI In Hoboken

    Turn Down For What? Teaneck Man Bumping Loud Beats Charged With DWI In Hoboken

    A 21-year-old Teaneck refusing to turn down loud music in his car was charged with driving while intoxicated after refusing to submit a chemical breath test in Hoboken, police said.Mario Aguilar was blaring music from his car while parked in a loading zone near 120 Washington St., around 12:15 a.m. Friday, Oct. 16, Hoboken Det. Lt. Danilo Cabrera said.Aguilar turned down the music after ...

  6. Police: Robber Drags Woman, 73, Down Bayonne Sidewalk

    Police: Robber Drags Woman, 73, Down Bayonne Sidewalk

    A 73-year-old woman was hospitalized after being dragged down the sidewalk in Bayonne by a man who stole her purse and fled, police said.The woman was checking her mailbox on her porch at 52nd Street and Avenue B, when the unknown man approached her from behind and demanded her purse around 10:20 p.m. Thursday, Bayonne Police Capt. Eric Amato said.The man attempted to forcibly take the ...

  7. COVID-19: More Bergen, Hudson County Schools Close Due To Positive Cases

    COVID-19: More Bergen, Hudson County Schools Close Due To Positive Cases

    Three additional schools in Bergen and Hudson counties had closed due to COVID-19 cases as of Friday.Nearly 40 "groups" were under quarantine at Garfield Middle School where a pair of teachers tested positive, school principal and Mayor Richard Rigoglioso said.The school closed after one staff member was in school Oct. 9, and the other Oct. 14. Both likely contracted the virus ...

  8. Iconic Bergen County Diner Could Reopen, Source Says

    Iconic Bergen County Diner Could Reopen, Source Says

    There could still be hope for an iconic Bergen County diner that shuttered months ago, the owners' family says.The Lyndhurst Diner's current owners are in their late 70s and early 80s, and can't operate the Riverside Avenue establishment as they see fit during the pandemic, former owner John Sakellaris's grandson Emanuel Logothetis told Daily Voice."Family is taking the time ...

  9. COVID-19: NJ Nursing Home Where 62 People Died Reports 2 Positive Cases Among Staff

    COVID-19: NJ Nursing Home Where 62 People Died Reports 2 Positive Cases Among Staff

    A pair of staff members at a New Jersey nursing home where more than 100 people died of COVID-19 tested positive for the virus -- and later tested negative, reports say.One staff member at New Jersey Memorial Veterans Home at Menlo Park tested positive Oct. 1 and the other Oct. 6, NorthJersey.com reports. However, they both later tested negative and the Department of Military and ...

  10. COVID-19 Closes Paterson Schools Until January

    COVID-19 Closes Paterson Schools Until January

    Paterson schools will remain closed for in-person learning until January.The district's Board of Education on Wednesday passed a resolution to extend in-person learning until Jan. 19.“Given the predominant local pandemic conditions, we cannot in good conscience, allow school buildings to reopen at this time,” Board of Education President Kenneth Simmons said. “I thank the district ...

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