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Cecilia Levine

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  1. Serious Bicycle Crash Shuts Sussex Turnpike In Morris Township

    Serious Bicycle Crash Shuts Sussex Turnpike In Morris Township

    A serious bicycle crash closed a portion of Sussex Turnpike in Morris Township Saturday evening.A mountain bike was laying in the intersection of Craig Road the turnpike as of 6:30 p.m. The scene was taped off for investigation.This is a developing story. Check back for details.

  2. 3 Dead In South Jersey NJ Transit Bus, Car Crash

    3 Dead In South Jersey NJ Transit Bus, Car Crash

    Three people died after their car collided with an NJ Transit bus early Saturday morning in Burlington County, police said.NJ Transit bus No. 317 was turning left from the westbound side of Route 38 onto Pleasant Valley Avenue southbound around 12:30 a.m., when it was struck by a passenger vehicle headed eastbound on Route 38, Moorestown police said in a Nixle alert.The three occupants ...

  3. Trenton Homicide Under Investigation

    Trenton Homicide Under Investigation

    Authorities in Trenton were investigating a midnight homicide Saturday morning.At approximately 12:15 a.m., Trenton police received calls for shots fired in 400 block of Garfield Avenue and a report of a man down, Mercer County Prosecutor's Office spokeswoman Casey A. DeBlasio said. The victim -- later identified as Tyrone Campbell, 45, of Trenton -- was lying on the sidewalk with ...

  4. South Amboy Man Killed In Train Station Stabbing

    South Amboy Man Killed In Train Station Stabbing

    A South Amboy man was killed in a stabbing Friday night, authorities said.Police responded to the South Amboy Train Station on North Broadway around 9:15 p.m. where they found Robert Spiegel, 32, lying on the ground with multiple stab wounds, Middlesex County Acting Prosecutor Christopher L. C. Kuberiet and Chief Darren LaVigne said.Spiegel died at the scene at approximately 20 ...

  5. Will The Show Go On? Fate Of Demarest Farms Drive-In Movie Theater Uncertain

    Will The Show Go On? Fate Of Demarest Farms Drive-In Movie Theater Uncertain

    The fate of the drive-in theater promised at Demarest Farms next month is uncertain, as Hillsdale officials maintain the farm's owner did not take the proper steps in filing for approval of the theater.Farm owner Jason Degise planned the sold-out summer series in mid-May as a result of a COVID-19 pandemic, and under the assumption it was covered by the agricultural management plan (AMP) ...

  6. Boaters Urged To Avoid Portion Of NJ River Where Humpback Whale Spotted Swimming

    Boaters Urged To Avoid Portion Of NJ River Where Humpback Whale Spotted Swimming

    Boaters are urged to avoid a portion of the Shrewsbury River where a humpback whale was spotted Friday morning.New Jersey State Troopers from the Marine Services Bureau responded to the Route 36 bridge over the Shrewsbury River for the report of the whale around 9:25 a.m., police said.Additional NJSP officials arrived to assess the whale's condition."Preliminarily, the whale ...

  7. Murphy Allows Reopening Of NJ Child Care Centers, Non-Contact Sports, Day Camps

    Murphy Allows Reopening Of NJ Child Care Centers, Non-Contact Sports, Day Camps

    Summer in New Jersey is starting to take shape.New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday announced he will be signing an executive order allowing child care services, organized sports practices and youth day camps to resume over the next several weeks.Murphy also anticipates being able to raise the limits on indoor gatherings in a way that would allow for greater religious services for the ...

  8. Child Porn Gets Manville Man 3-Year Prison Term, Parole Supervision For Life

    Child Porn Gets Manville Man 3-Year Prison Term, Parole Supervision For Life

    A Manville man who pleaded guilty to child porn charges was sentenced to three years in state prison with parole supervision for life, authorities said Friday.Brandon Heaton, 23, was arrested in March 2019 following a referral from the Internet Crimes Against Children task force (ICAC) that he was distributing child porn, Acting Prosecutor Michael Williams.Heaton was indicted by a grand ...

  9. Franklin PD: Driver Blocking Intersection Busted With Unprescribed Suboxone Strips, Pot

    Franklin PD: Driver Blocking Intersection Busted With Unprescribed Suboxone Strips, Pot

    A driver blocking an intersection in Franklin (Sussex County) was found with unprescribed suboxone strips and marijuana, said authorities who charged her.Jessica E. Strnatko, 35, of Lafayette, was blocking traffic on Rutherford Avenue South when officers found her around 5 p.m. Thursday, Franklin police said in a news release.A subsequent motor vehicle stop turned up suboxone ...

  10. Spike In COVID-19 Hospitalizations Reported Across NJ: Here's What It Means For Residents

    Spike In COVID-19 Hospitalizations Reported Across NJ: Here's What It Means For Residents

    As 287 COVID-19 patients were discharged from New Jersey hospitals Wednesday, an additional 365 were admitted, state officials said Thursday.Those numbers (see chart above) are the biggest the state has seen, respectively, all week, Gov. Phil Murphy said during Thursday's COVID-19 briefing.The increase was expected, the governor said, noting he and other state officials will be ...

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