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  1. Hudson County Jail Nurse Dies Of Coronavirus

    Hudson County Jail Nurse Dies Of Coronavirus

    Daisy Doronilla, a Hudson County Jail nurse from Nutley, has died of coronavirus. Doronilla was diagnosed with strep throat on March 16 by her private doctor -- on her second day out of work, her daughter said in a Facebook post. Eight days later, she was on a ventilator at Mountainside Medical Center, NJ.com reports.The jail went into lockdown on March 20 and, three days ...

  2. Winning Lottery Tickets Sold In Linden, North Bergen

    Winning Lottery Tickets Sold In Linden, North Bergen

    Two winning New Jersey Lottery tickets were sold in Union and Hudson counties.The tickets from Saturday's drawing matched four of the five white balls and the Powerball drawn.They were sold at QuickMart on Knopf Street in Linden and 7-Eleven on Tonnelle Avenue in North Bergen.The ticket sold in Linden was purchased with Powerplay, multiplying it to $150,000, while the North Bergen ...

  3. Restaurant Depot Opens To Public

    Restaurant Depot Opens To Public

    Restaurant Depot has opened its doors to the public amid the coronavirus pandemic.The restaurant-stocking warehouse that until now has been open only for restaurant personnel began issuing passes to the general public last week.“Everyone deserves access to the products that they need to live their daily lives," a Restaurant Depot spokesperson told NJBiz, "so we want to do our part to ...

  4. One Founding Owner Of Bazzarelli Restaurant Dies, Other Still Fighting Coronavirus

    One Founding Owner Of Bazzarelli Restaurant Dies, Other Still Fighting Coronavirus

    Aldo Bazzarelli, the founding owner of Bazzarelli Restaurant in Moonachie, died early Monday morning of coronavirus, his children said on Facebook.A post on the restaurant's Facebook page Sunday night said Aldo Bazzarelli was intubated and "fighting for his life" while Mr. John -- his father-in-law -- was on oxygen but stable.The pair started the restaurant together in 1971 making ...

  5. These New Jersey ShopRite Stores Reported Coronavirus-Positive Workers

    These New Jersey ShopRite Stores Reported Coronavirus-Positive Workers

    Nearly two dozen ShopRite stores in New Jersey have workers sickened by coronavirus and three with employees showing symptoms of the virus, the grocer said.Some have been updating their Facebook pages when an employee tests positive. None of the workers who tested positive remain at work and those who were in close contact with them were ordered to self-quarantine, ShopRite ...

  6. 'Welcome To Nazi Germany' Revelers Tell Rumson Police Breaking Up Pink Floyd Cover Band Concert

    'Welcome To Nazi Germany' Revelers Tell Rumson Police Breaking Up Pink Floyd Cover Band Concert

    Rumson police busted a group of 30 middle-aged adults rocking out at a Pink Floyd cover band concert Saturday evening amid the coronavirus pandemic, authorities said.Police showed up to the Blackpoint Road home near Wood Lane on reports of a complaint to find more than two dozen 40- and- 50-year-old adults -- some who'd brought lawn chairs -- and a pair of guitarists complete with a ...

  7. Atlantic City Casinos Losing $540M Per Month, 26,000 Workers Without Jobs Amid COVID-19 Crisis

    Atlantic City Casinos Losing $540M Per Month, 26,000 Workers Without Jobs Amid COVID-19 Crisis

    It's been a while since Atlantic City has gotten any action, and it shows.The casinos, which were ordered shut March 16, are losing $540 million a month and more than 26,000 workers are out of jobs, the New York Post reports.Casino industry expert and University of Texas Rio Grande Valley professor Clyde Barrow said the coronavirus has caused "the biggest blow to the casino ...

  8. 'Best Of The Best': Weehawken BOE President, Finance Director Dies Of Coronavirus

    'Best Of The Best': Weehawken BOE President, Finance Director Dies Of Coronavirus

    Lifelong Weehawken resident Richard Barsa, Sr. died Saturday of COVID-19 complications, officials said.Barsa served on the school board for 30 years and was the township's finance director, Mayor Richard F. Turner said.The virus had killed more than 840 New Jersey residents as of Saturda.Barsa graduated from NJCU with his degree in accounting and business administration before the ...

  9. 'Do Not Dump Your Pets,' Elizabeth Police Tell Residents After Rescuing Massive Snake

    'Do Not Dump Your Pets,' Elizabeth Police Tell Residents After Rescuing Massive Snake

    A snake found on a street in Elizabeth has a new home, authorities said.Sgt. Anthony Chodan, a biologist, rescued the snake from Pine Street March 27, police said on Facebook.The snake was identified as a pet and adopted out to a family in Jackson, Elizabeth police told Daily Voice."Citizens should NOT dump their pets," Elizabeth police wrote, noting residents can be connected with ...

  10. COVID-19: Bergenfield Woman Recovering Loses Husband, Brother Days Apart To Coronavirus

    COVID-19: Bergenfield Woman Recovering Loses Husband, Brother Days Apart To Coronavirus

    A Bergenfield woman recovering from coronavirus returned home after a hospital stay left to mourn two family members: Her brother, a beloved Holy Name Medical Center worker, and her husband.Violeta Velasquez was discharged from Holy Name on Thursday, April 2. She was taken there by ambulance March 25, the day before her husband Luis Velasquez, Jr. died.Then, on April 3, Violeta's ...

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