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Cecilia Levine

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  1. Warren Hills HS Grad Erin Van Note, 31, Leaves Behind Young Son

    Warren Hills HS Grad Erin Van Note, 31, Leaves Behind Young Son

    The community is rallying for the son of Washington mom Erin Van Note, who died on Oct. 11 in Pennsylvania (scroll down to donate).Born in Livingston, Erin graduated from Warren hills High School in 2016, her obituary says."Erin was a talented artist who enjoyed drawing, singing, music, and poetry and being with her family," her obituary says. "She enjoyed the outdoors, nature and ...

  2. Nicole 'Nikki' Donals Of Mahwah Was Teacher With 'Generous, Caring Soul'

    Nicole 'Nikki' Donals Of Mahwah Was Teacher With 'Generous, Caring Soul'

    Nicole "Nikki" Marlene Donals of Mahwah died on Oct. 11. She was 31 years old.Nikki attended Mahwah High School and went on to earn a degree in elementary education from Penn State University, her obituary says.She worked at Rising Star Academy in Bergenfield and, according to her Facebook page, worked at an Englewood kickboxing gym.Nikki's obituary remembered her as a "generous, caring ...

  3. Blairstown PD: Overdose Victim Revived

    Blairstown PD: Overdose Victim Revived

    A man overdosing on suspected heroin was revived by emergency medical technicians in Blairstown, authorities said.The man was found unresponsive laying against a bathroom door (blocking entry) at a house on State Highway 94 when police responded on Sept. 29 just before 6 p.m., local police said in a news release.After gained entry to the bathroom and administered one dose of Narcan to ...

  4. Prosecutor: Coworker Catches Morris County Preschool Teacher Sexually Assaulting 3-Year-Old

    Prosecutor: Coworker Catches Morris County Preschool Teacher Sexually Assaulting 3-Year-Old

    A Morris County Head Start teacher accused of sexually assaulting a 3-year-old child was being held in the county jail as of Sunday, authorities said.Thomas Meir, 35, of Mount Arlington, was charged with sexual assault and child endangerment after a coworker saw him engaged in the act on Oct. 8, Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp said in a joint release with local ...

  5. 2 Dead, 3 Injured In Montville Crash, Prosecutor Says

    2 Dead, 3 Injured In Montville Crash, Prosecutor Says

    Two people were killed and three others were injured in a Montville car crash Friday, authorities said.A 2009 Saab and 2016 Nissan collided at the intersection of Route 202 and Heritage Court around 7:30 p.m., Morris County Prosecutor Fredric M. Knapp and Sheriff James M. Gannon said in a joint release with Montville Police Chief Andrew Caggiano.The rear seat passenger of the Saab, a ...

  6. This Jersey City Sandwich Shop Named Best In State

    This Jersey City Sandwich Shop Named Best In State

    Of all the sandwiches in all of New Jersey, this one in Jersey City has been named the best.Using an algorithm that ranks reviews on Yelp, BuzzFeed has compiled a list of best sandwich spots in every state.Andrea's Salumeria, a family-run business that's been a Jersey City institution since 1975, was dubbed the best in the Garden State by BuzzFeed."Simply amazing. That's the best way to ...

  7. 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.

  8. 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 -- ...

  9. 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 ...

  10. 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 ...

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