WINNER! Mega Millions Tickets Sold In North Jersey Net Big Bucks WINNER! Mega Millions Tickets Sold In North Jersey Net Big Bucks
Winner! Mega Millions Tickets Sold In North Jersey Net Big Bucks Two North Jersey Mega Millions players had a fantastic Friday. Their tickets, sold in Morris County and Union County, matched four numbers and the gold Megaball in the drawing held on Friday, June 7, winning $10,000. The tickets were sold at 7-Eleven in Rockaway and at a BP Gas Station in Rahway. The winning numbers were 3, 5, 12, 22, 66 and the gold Megaball was 7.
Runaway Tractor Rams Carlstadt Home Runaway Tractor Rams Carlstadt Home
Runaway Tractor Rams Carlstadt Home No injuries were reported after a tractor barreled down a steep hill and into a Carlstadt home. The trailer-less tractor "had an almost a perfect landing," a witness said, when it rolled directly down Broad Street and into the garage door of the 6th Street home around 8:30 p.m. Sunday, June 9. The borough Building Department was notified. Local resident Bud Davis said it was the third time he's known of a vehicle hitting the 6th Street house after careening down the former cobblestone hill. "The last was about 10 years ago in the middle of the day and was a hit-and-run," Davis wrote. "In …
Smile, You're On Body Camera: TJ Maxx To Equip Employees To Fight Shoplifting Smile, You're On Body Camera: TJ Maxx To Equip Employees To Fight Shoplifting
Smile, You're On Body Camera: TJ Maxx To Equip Employees To Fight Shoplifting To fight the recent rise in shoplifting and retail theft, shoppers could see store security employees wearing body-worn cameras to help catch thieves red-handed.  TJX, the parent company of TJ Maxx, Marshalls, Serria, HomeSense, and HomeGoods, said will begin equipping some employees with body-worn cameras similar to those worn by police, the Boston Globe reported. The company started testing the initiative last year.  The company operates nearly 3,400 stores nationwide.  A call to the Framingham, Massachusetts, headquarters of TJX for comment was not immediately r…
NJ Financial Advisor Killed In NY Motorcycle Crash: 'Man Of Passion, Principle, Adventure' NJ Financial Advisor Killed In NY Motorcycle Crash: 'Man Of Passion, Principle, Adventure'
NJ Financial Advisor Killed In NY Motorcycle Crash: 'Man Of Passion, Principle, Adventure' Authorities have released more information about a fatal crash on a busy New York road that left a New Jersey man dead. Peter Leist, 62, of Denville, NJ was heading west on Route 301 in Carmel, NY, when he crossed over the double yellow lines to pass a few vehicles and collided head-on with a small bus, around 2:10 p.m. Friday, May 31, the Putnam County Sheriff's Office said. Leist was pronounced dead at the scene and Route 301 was closed for around three hours for the investigation. Leist was the president of his own financial advisory company, Leist Financial Group. The website says he b…
Pedestrian Airlifted, Driver Charged In Park Ridge DWI Crash Pedestrian Airlifted, Driver Charged In Park Ridge DWI Crash
Pedestrian Airlifted, Driver Charged In Park Ridge DWI Crash A pedestrian was airlifted to the hospital and the driver who hit her outside a Park Ridge hotel arrested on DWI assault-by-auto charges, responders at the scene said. The 30-year-old New York woman was taken to the trauma unit at Hackensack University Medical Center after she was struck by a 2021 Ram pickup truck headed west on Brae Boulevard outside the Marriott Park Ridge shortly before 11 p.m. Saturday, June 8, they said. Responders established the landing zone for the Tri-Boro Volunteer Ambulance Corps at nearby West Ridge Elementary School. The victim remained in serious condition at…
Boy Bands From 2000s To Perform At Westfield's Garden State Plaza Boy Bands From 2000s To Perform At Westfield's Garden State Plaza
Boy Bands From 2000s To Perform At Westfield's Garden State Plaza It's a concert that would've been a dream come true for a North Jersey teenager in the early 2000s. A group of boy bands from that era will be performing at the Westfield Garden State Plaza as part of their Pop 2000 Tour on Saturday, June 29 from 3:30 to 5 p.m. The show, hosted by Chris Kirkpatrick of *NSYNC fame will feature Jeff Timmons of 98 Degrees, O-Town, BBMAK, Ryan Cabrera, LFO and DJ Skribble. The stars of "TRL" will be available for photos after the show and boy band merchandise to give you that nostalgic rush will be sold. There will also be spin-to-win prizes from the mall's sh…
DJ: Robbers Took $100G Worth Of Jewelry At Gunpoint Near Jersey City's Journal Square DJ: Robbers Took $100G Worth Of Jewelry At Gunpoint Near Jersey City's Journal Square
DJ: Robbers Took $100G Worth Of Jewelry At Gunpoint Near Jersey City's Journal Square A deejay told Jersey City police that a pair of masked men robbed him at gunpoint in his car of $100,000 worth of jewelry following a gig. The deejay told police he was jacked near the intersection of Summit and Newark avenues, up the street from Journal Square, shortly after 3:30 a.m. Sunday, June 9. There was no explanation of why he purportedly was carrying that much cash. Unconfirmed reports were that at least one of the two had been at the club where the deejay had just worked. He apparently told police there may have been as many as four robbers who fled in a gray Jeep Cherokee afte…
Fleeing Suspected Car Thief 19, Plunges To Death At George Washington Bridge Fleeing Suspected Car Thief 19, Plunges To Death At George Washington Bridge
Fleeing Suspected Car Thief 19, Plunges To Death At George Washington Bridge A teenage suspected car thief fleeing police plunged to his death at the George Washington Bridge before dawn Sunday, authorities said. The 19-year-old driver fled from a traffic stop by officers from the NYPD's 52nd Precinct in the Bronx shortly before 1:30 a.m. June 9, they said. The vehicle apparently gave out, at which point the driver bailed and bolted. He was running along the Henry Hudson Parkway toward the southbound upper level of the GWB when he apparently fell through a gap in the elevated parkway and landed on Riverside Drive, the NYPD said. EMS rushed the teen to NYC Health H…
Twin Rutgers Grads, 23, Killed In Crash Were Each Other's Closest Friends, Obituaries Say Twin Rutgers Grads, 23, Killed In Crash Were Each Other's Closest Friends, Obituaries Say
Twin Rutgers Grads, 23, Killed In Crash Were Each Other's Closest Friends, Obituaries Say Services have been finalized for a pair of 23-year-old twin brothers killed in a Vineland crash. John and Patrick Mahoney, both of Washington Township, died in a collision on Tuesday, June 4 at Union and Mays Landing Roads, as previously reported by Daily Voice.  Police said John was driving a Toyota Yaris when he failed to yield to a Ford F-250 operated by an 81-year-old, which caused the crash. The Yaris driver was hospitalized as a precaution. Obituaries on the Egizi Funeral Home website for John and Patrick remember the two as being each other's closest friends and greatest advoca…
Video Shows New Brunswick Council President 3X Over Legal Limit After Wrecking SUV Video Shows New Brunswick Council President 3X Over Legal Limit After Wrecking SUV
Video Shows New Brunswick Council President 3X Over Legal Limit After Wrecking SUV Brand-new bodycam footage of the investigation into New Brunswick's former City Council president directly after she drunkenly wrecked her luxury SUV several hundred feet from home. Officer Taylor Tiongson-Cradic found Suzanne Sicora-Ludwig at the Edgebrook Road crash scene around 11:40 p.m. Friday, March 8, where her Range Rover had struck a tree, according to a police report shared to the city's website.  Bodycam footage shared in a 1-hour and 30-minute video by DriveThruTours shows Sicora-Ludwig's 2014 Range Rover up against a tree, with airbag deployment. Accord…
UPDATE: Ferocious Fire Displaces Dozens in Bayonne UPDATE: Ferocious Fire Displaces Dozens in Bayonne
Update: Ferocious Fire Displaces Dozens in Bayonne UPDATE: A ferocious late-night fire that consumed one Bayonne home and spread to three others displaced nearly two dozen people, authorities confirmed. No serious injuries were reported in the blaze, which ignited in a West 11th Street home off Avenue C shortly before 11 p.m. Friday, June 7, and quickly spread. Flames fully engulfed the main home and began to spread, bringing dozens of firefighters from neighboring communities. The fire was declared under control around 1:30 a.m. The speed and intensity of the blaze forced the city's bravest to "pull everything out and go on the offensive…
UPDATE: Route 17 Ramp To Route 4 In Paramus Reopened After Box Truck Crash UPDATE: Route 17 Ramp To Route 4 In Paramus Reopened After Box Truck Crash
Update: Route 17 Ramp To Route 4 In Paramus Reopened After Box Truck Crash A ramp at Routes 4 and 17 in Paramus was reopened shortly before 10 a.m. Saturday after a box truck tipped onto its side a few hours earlier. The driver climbed out after the leased truck crashed on the cloverleaf ramp from northbound Route 17 to westbound Route 4 around 7:30 a.m. June 8, responders at the scene said. Paramus EMS members took him to Hackensack University Medical Center with what they said were minor injuries. Borough police and firefighters were first at the scene of the crash near the flyover. Boyd A. Loving for DAILY VOICE A Nutchies Service heavy-duty wrecker righted…