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Cecilia Levine

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  1. CLOSED: Ramsey Olive Garden Shutters

    CLOSED: Ramsey Olive Garden Shutters

    Ramsey's Olive Garden has shut its doors.The Route 17 northbound restaurant closed earlier this month after 15 years, following in the footsteps of the Livingston location -- which shuttered in late August.Several other Olive Gardens remain open in the area: Wayne, Paramus and Secaucus, to name a few.No word yet on what's replacing the Italian eatery.

  2. LAWSUIT: Family Of Jefferson Mom Allegedly Shot By Lieutenant Husband To Sue Him, Newark Police

    LAWSUIT: Family Of Jefferson Mom Allegedly Shot By Lieutenant Husband To Sue Him, Newark Police

    The attorney representing the family of a Jefferson mom allegedly fatally shot by her Newark police lieutenant husband will soon be suing the officer and his department, according to a recent report.A tort claim notice was filed by attorney Marco Laracca against John Formisano, who is accused of fatally shooting his wife Christie Solaro Formisano and wounding her boyfriend last July -- ...

  3. Paterson Grocery Worker Infected With Hepatitis A, NJ Health Department Confirms

    Paterson Grocery Worker Infected With Hepatitis A, NJ Health Department Confirms

    A case of Hepatitis A has been confirmed at a Paterson market.A food handler at Brother's Market on E. Railway Avenue was potentially infectious between Sept. 30 and Oct. 5, 2019, the New Jersey Health Department said.Hepatitis A is mainly spread through close person-to-person contact or through contaminated food. Symptoms of Hepatitis A may include fever, feeling tired, poor ...

  4. Warren County Teen Injured In Hunterdon Rollover Crash, Police Say

    Warren County Teen Injured In Hunterdon Rollover Crash, Police Say

    A 17-year-old male from Washington sustained minor injuries in a Lebanon rollover accident, authorities said.Police responded to Route 31 north of Rocky Run Road around 9:15 Wednesday night where the 2002 Chevy Malibu had overturned, NJ.com reports.The driver was taken to Hunterdon Medical Center by Lebanon Township Volunteer Fire Department EMS with minor injuries, Lebanon police ...

  5. Prosecutor: Suspended Ewing Police Officer, Wife Indicted In Beating Death Of Infant Daughter

    Prosecutor: Suspended Ewing Police Officer, Wife Indicted In Beating Death Of Infant Daughter

    A suspended Ewing Township police officer and his wife charged this year with fatally beating their 3-month-old daughter have both been indicted, authorities said.Daniel Bannister was indicted on a murder charge and Catherine Bannister on a reckless manslaughter charge, Mercer County Prosecutor’s Office said Friday.The Ewing parents, 31 and 29, respectively, were also charged with ...

  6. RANKINGS: Best Brunch In Warren & Hunterdon County According To Yelp

    RANKINGS: Best Brunch In Warren & Hunterdon County According To Yelp

    Eggs Benedict with a Bloody Mary or heaping stacks of pancakes.No matter what you prefer, there is a breakfast or brunch spot for you in Warren and Hunterdon counties.Of the dozens to choose from, below are the highest-rated breakfast and brunch spots in the area, according to Yelp.James on Main, Hackettstown: With a wood-fired grill and locally-sourced food, how could you go wrong? ...

  7. LAWSUIT: Former Bergenfield HS Student Alleging Violent Assault By Peers Goes To Trial

    LAWSUIT: Former Bergenfield HS Student Alleging Violent Assault By Peers Goes To Trial

    To him it was "humorous horseplay" but to her it was a violent assault.A former Bergenfield High School student who filed a lawsuit alleging she was attacked by some of her peers more than six years ago could be taking her case to trial, according to a recent news report.The attorney representing Daniella Restel, now 21, and her parents told NorthJersey.com she and their opponents were ...

  8. Off-Duty Trooper Gives Life-Saving CPR At Prudential Center

    Off-Duty Trooper Gives Life-Saving CPR At Prudential Center

    An off-duty New Jersey State Trooper who once saved a woman from a knife-wielding man in a car revived another woman who had collapsed and stopped breathing in a restroom at the Prudential Center over the weekend, authorities said.Trooper Cassandra Pugh was attending an event at the arena on Sunday, Oct. 6 when she heard someone calling for help in a nearby bathroom, New Jersey State ...

  9. Prosecutor: Animal Lover Who Sought Sex With Cows, Horses Vandalizes Farms

    Prosecutor: Animal Lover Who Sought Sex With Cows, Horses Vandalizes Farms

    A judge in Sussex County ordered that a Vernon man remain jailed after authorities said he attacked local farms whose owners refused his requests to have sex with animals.Prosecutor said Richard Decker, 31, damaged vehicle tires and left "harassing messages" -- in one case threatening to beat a wife with a wooden stick -- when his requests were denied, the NJ Herald reports.That ...

  10. Customers Want Breakfast Sandwiches So Badly They're Raising Money To Aid Byram General Store

    Customers Want Breakfast Sandwiches So Badly They're Raising Money To Aid Byram General Store

    This Sussex County community misses its breakfast sandwiches.Well, that, and they want to help George Kately, the owner of the Byram General Store.The convenience shop -- which operates out of the oldest house in Byram on Stanhope-Sparta Road -- had to shut its grill in the past few weeks when the ventilation system broke.A GoFundMe page launched by Kristin Mueller had raised more ...

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