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Sudden Death Of Mario Solorzano Jr., 31, Of Morris County, Leaves Loves Ones Reeling
The sudden loss of a 31-year-old Morris County man has left a void in the lives of those who knew him.
Mario Solorzano Jr., of Jefferson Township, died unexpectedly on Nov. 16 at home, surrounded by his loved ones, according to his obituary.
RIP Mario Solorzano. So much laughter & ball busting in the gym just a few short years ago! I’ll never forget looking... Posted by Shaun Mason on Friday, November 17, 2023
Rest in Peace Mario Solorzano you were loved by so many and truly the life of the party anywhere you went. I’ll never... Posted by Annemarie Devine on Friday, November 17…
Bergen County Underdog Stuns Fighters With Unexpected Win At European MMA Competition
Edgardo Moran stood in the corner of the gym feeling like the underdog.
It was his first international trip and he was moments away from representing the USA in the International Tang Soo Do competition, held Nov. 11 and 12 in the Netherlands.
"The competition was pretty much for Europeans only," said Moran, who owns Xtreme Edge Martial Arts in Lyndhurst.
"There were a lot of people from Germany, Wales, Poland, Sweden, and London. I was an American, a Latino, knowing no one.
"I felt like the underdog, the outcast. Coming from America to a whole different, country and my style of martial…
Gotcha! Lyndhurst Detectives Crash Home Burglary, Nab Local Couple
A Lyndhurst couple had just broken into a local home when they were seized by a pair of township detectives.
Daniel Soto, 22, and Nicolette Greco, 25, didn't see Lyndhurst Police Detective Chris Cuneo watching them case the unoccupied Kingsland Avenue home around 10 p.m. Monday, Nov. 15, Detective Lt. Vincent Auteri said.
Detective Nick Abruscato had joined Cuneo when the couple slipped around to the side of the house and momentarily out of sight, the lieutenant said.
The detectives followed and found a broken basement window, Auteri said.
Announcing themselves, they took Soto and Greco i…
Honda Recalling Nearly 250K Vehicles Due To Engine Concerns
Honda is recalling nearly 250,000 vehicles due to damaged engines that can run improperly or stall while driving, increasing the risk of a fire, crash, or injury.
This week, the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) announced that 248,999 vehicles have been subject to the recall, which spans several years and different model types.
According to officials, due to a manufacturing error, "the connecting rod bearing in the engine may wear and seize, damaging the engine."
Models subject to the recall include certain:
2015-2020 Acura TLX;
2016-2020 Acura MDX;