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  1. UPDATE: 3 Arrested In Jersey City Shooting Of 12-Year-Old Girl

    UPDATE: 3 Arrested In Jersey City Shooting Of 12-Year-Old Girl

    Three men have been arrested in the Tuesday evening shooting of a 12-year-old girl in Jersey City, authorities said.The guns recovered in the arrest of Jashaun Tate, Damari Blackwell and Marc Taylor were identified as a semi-automatic, Intractec MOD AB-10 9mm pistol and a Glock 21 .45 caliber handgun, police said.The girl, who was struck in the leg, and another person were shot on ...

  2. SEEN HIM? Search For Missing Old Bridge Man Under Way

    SEEN HIM? Search For Missing Old Bridge Man Under Way

    Authorities in Old Bridge are seeking the public's help in locating a 49-year-old man missing since Sunday.Edward Hussey was last seen leaving his Lakeridge Drive home in Matawan around 10 a.m., police said.He is driving a 2011 Burgundy Red Honda Pilot with NJ registration RM50FE, which sports numerous Clemson and Jets stickers.Police are paying special attention to the Allenhurst and ...

  3. Authorities ID Man, 27, Killed In Somerset County Shooting

    Authorities ID Man, 27, Killed In Somerset County Shooting

    Authorities have identified the 27-year-old man killed in a Somerset County shooting Tuesday night.Franklin Township police officers responding to Village Drive on reports of a shooting found Raphael Edwards, who had suffered a gunshot wound, around 11:50 p.m. Tuesday, Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson said in a joint release.Officers and other first responders ...

  4. Change Will Allow More NJ Restaurants To Offer Outdoor Dining

    Change Will Allow More NJ Restaurants To Offer Outdoor Dining

    A change that will allow more restaurants to offer outdoor dining will soon take effect in New Jersey.Areas with fixed roofs that have two open sides comprising more than 50 percent of the total wall space will be considered outdoors because of the air flow, Gov. Phil Murphy announced Wednesday.Indoor dining was set to resume in New Jersey last week, but Murphy postponed it days ...

  5. Authorities: Man Robbed At Knifepoint In Hillsborough Home Invasion, 2 Jailed

    Authorities: Man Robbed At Knifepoint In Hillsborough Home Invasion, 2 Jailed

    Two men were being held in the Somerset County Jail in connection with a knifepoint home invasion, authorities said.A man at a Bloomingdale Drive home called 9-1-1 around 2:45 p.m. June 17, to report the incident, Somerset County Prosecutor Michael H. Robertson said in a release with local police.The victim told detectives from the Hillsborough Police Department and Somerset County ...

  6. BCC Freezes Tuition Rates, Transitions To Online Learning For Fall Semester

    BCC Freezes Tuition Rates, Transitions To Online Learning For Fall Semester

    Bergen Community College (BCC) is moving most classes online and is freezing tuition rates for the Fall 2020 semester.No classes will be held at the Philip Ciarco Jr. Learning Center in Hackensack and only paramedic science program practicals will take place at Bergen Community College at the Meadowlands in Lyndhurst. The school will offer a limited number of practice-based classes ...

  7. Trashy Move: Sussex County Man Charged With Dumping Garbage On Trump Supporter's Lawn

    Trashy Move: Sussex County Man Charged With Dumping Garbage On Trump Supporter's Lawn

    It was a trashy move, and police in Sparta know it, too.Richard Kellar of Franklin was arrested July 1 for dumping garbage on the Sparta lawn of a man flying a Donald Trump flag.“Mr. Keller had such disdain for President Trump that it enraged him that someone was displaying a Trump flag,” Sparta Lt. John Lamon said.The homeowner told police months ago that someone had been dumping trash ...

  8. Face Coverings Outside Will Be Mandatory In NJ When Social Distancing Is Not Possible

    Face Coverings Outside Will Be Mandatory In NJ When Social Distancing Is Not Possible

    Can't social distance outside? Wear your face mask, said Gov. Phil Murphy, who will be signing an executive order Wednesday mandating the practice.The governor made the announcement on MSNBC's "Morning Joe.""There’s no question that face coverings are game-changers," Murphy said. "I think we were the first state in America to require them indoors. "They’ve been strongly recommended ...

  9. Unofficial Results: Jefferson Council Pres. Beat Out By Smith For 3rd Republican Seat

    Unofficial Results: Jefferson Council Pres. Beat Out By Smith For 3rd Republican Seat

    Jefferson Township Council President Kim Finnegan could lose her spot on the Republican ballot for the third council seat to challenger and former councilman H. Ronald Smith, unofficial election results show.Three of the five candidates vying for the three seats are incumbents.As of July 8, Councilman Robert Birmingham, Councilman Jay Dunham and Smith were in the lead.Birmingham had 832 ...

  10. ELECTIONS: Chatham Mayor Trails Challengers In Race For 2 Committee Seats

    ELECTIONS: Chatham Mayor Trails Challengers In Race For 2 Committee Seats

    Chatham's Republican challengers Mark Hamilton and Ashley Felice had the lead over current Mayor Michael Kelley for the two spots on the Republican ticket this November, as of July 8.These are the unofficial results, though: July 14 marks the last day for mail-in ballots to be counted."While it is important to note that the preliminary results from today’s Republican Primary remain ...

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