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Cecilia Levine

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  1. Bergen County Couple Builds Legacy With 2nd Restaurant Named After Daughter

    Bergen County Couple Builds Legacy With 2nd Restaurant Named After Daughter

    For a while, The Humble Toast has been Shalom and Jacqueline Yehudiel’s baby.The Fort Lee couple opened their Teaneck restaurant as newlyweds in October 2018 and devoted each day to growing the business.Then, seven months ago, they welcomed their first child: A baby girl named Nava.Balancing the two was certainly a challenge, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Still, The Humble ...

  2. Man Found Hanging From Tree In Jersey Shore Town

    Man Found Hanging From Tree In Jersey Shore Town

    DEVELOPING: A man was found hanging from a tree in Lacey Township on Wednesday afternoon, reports say.The man's body was spotted by a passerby on Caruso Lane in the Bamber Lake section of the township around 2:30 p.m., initial reports say.The man was purple in the face when the passerby cut him down from the tree, according to Exit 74 scanner news on Facebook.It wasn't clear where ...

  3. UPDATE: Driver Killed In Head-On Warren County Crash ID'd As Florida Man, 19

    UPDATE: Driver Killed In Head-On Warren County Crash ID'd As Florida Man, 19

    A pickup truck driver who died in a head-on Warren County crash has been identified by New Jersey State Police as a 19-year-old Florida man.Robert Johnston, of Fort Lauderdale, was behind the wheel of a Dodge Ram when he crossed into the eastbound lanes of Route 46, hitting a GMC Sierra towing a Coachmen Camper head on around 11:05 p.m. Sunday near milepost 13.6 in Liberty Township, ...

  4. 'Not A Change Of Course': Murphy Announces Remote Reopening Rules For NJ Schools

    'Not A Change Of Course': Murphy Announces Remote Reopening Rules For NJ Schools

    "This is not a change of course," said Gov. Phil Murphy Wednesday in announcing that some of New Jersey's schools that can't meet safety standards for reopening can begin the school year in an all-remote fashion.Schools choosing to reopen with all-remote learning must show plans for satisfying the standards and anticipated date to resume in-person instruction, the governor ...

  5. Hoboken Janitor Accused Of Bruising 5-Year-Old Boy's Genitals Charged With Sex Assault

    Hoboken Janitor Accused Of Bruising 5-Year-Old Boy's Genitals Charged With Sex Assault

    A Hoboken Housing Authority janitor has been accused of abusing a 5-year-old boy in his care causing bruising all over his body including his genitals, authorities charged Wednesday.Acting on a tip from the state's division of child protection services, Hudson County investigators on Monday launched an investigation into the case involving Ivan Sanchez, Hudson County Prosecutor Esther ...

  6. 'Not A Change Of Course': Murphy Announces Remote Reopening Rules For NJ Schools

    'Not A Change Of Course': Murphy Announces Remote Reopening Rules For NJ Schools

    "This is not a change of course," said Gov. Phil Murphy Wednesday in announcing that some of New Jersey's schools that can't meet safety standards for reopening can begin the school year in an all-remote fashion.Schools choosing to reopen with all-remote learning must show plans for satisfying the standards and anticipated date to resume in-person instruction, the governor ...

  7. Park Ridge Philanthropist Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Incapacitated Woman

    Park Ridge Philanthropist Accused Of Sexually Assaulting Incapacitated Woman

    A Park Ridge man was accused of sexually assaulting a woman at his apartment, authorities said Tuesday.The woman called 9-1-1 from outside Larry Rosner's South Maple Avenue apartment and said he had sexually assaulted her while she was incapacitated Aug. 6, Bergen County Prosecutor Mark Musella said.Responding police found the woman standing outside of the apartment, 55-year-old Rosner ...

  8. Former Warren County Man Gets 8 Years In Prison For Sexually Assaulting Kids 6, 10

    Former Warren County Man Gets 8 Years In Prison For Sexually Assaulting Kids 6, 10

    A former Warren County man was sentenced to eight years in state prison for sexually assaulting two children, authorities said Tuesday.Herman Quintana was found guilty of sexually assaulting the kids between March 2015 and September 2016 in Phillipsburg, Warren County Prosecutor James L. Pfeiffer said. It is not clear how he knew them.Quintana, of Easton, PA, was later convicted of ...

  9. Newark Trans Woman's Death Was Ruled Suicide, Here's Why Authorities Are Reopening The Case

    Newark Trans Woman's Death Was Ruled Suicide, Here's Why Authorities Are Reopening The Case

    Authorities are investigating the April death of a Newark trans woman after months calls for action by activists and community members, authorities announced Tuesday.Ashley Moore's death had been ruled a suicide after she was found unresponsive lying on the sidewalk in front of the YMCA on Broad Street around 4:10 a.m. April 1, Newark Public Safety Director Anthony F. Ambrose ...

  10. Turnpike Crash Closes All Lanes In Kearny, Multiple Ambulances Requested

    Turnpike Crash Closes All Lanes In Kearny, Multiple Ambulances Requested

    Multiple ambulances were called to a crash on the western spur of the NJ Turnpike that closed all northbound lanes Tuesday evening.The crash occurred around 4:30 p.m.,  just north of Interchange 15W near mile marker 109, reports say.This is a developing story. Check back for more.

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