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Irvington, New Jersey is located in Essex County. Zip codes in Irvington, NJ include 07111. The median home price in Irvington is $109,000 which is roughly $95/per square foot. More Irvington information.

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17 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Irvington man steals running car, leads cops on chase, police say

Two Englewood men went into Jordan's Convenience Store on West Englewood Avenue on Saturday night, leaving a 2006 Infiniti running and unlocked outside, Englewood Police Detective Capt. Timothy Torell said in an emailed statement.

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18 hrs ago | Patch.com

Long Valley Comedian: 'Nothing Better In The World Than Laughter'

What's a guy supposed to do when he's got five daughters, a wife, a female dog and just two bathrooms? Brian Bartiromo, of Long Valley, has spent the last seven years doing stand-up comedy when he's not working full-time, volunteering as the head of the Washington Township Recreation Committee, or being a father to five daughters between the ages of five and 13. Of course, he's also a husband to a wife, Sarah, who works as a professional paramedic and volunteers for Meals on Wheels, is a Long Valley Raiders Cheerleading Coach and den mother for the Long Valley Brownie troop. An admitted class clown during his school days, Bartiromo, now 41, has been a fan of comedy his entire life.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Irvington man charged in Newark slaying, police say

An Irvington man is charged with murder in the September 5 slaying of a Newark teenager, police said. NEWARK - Police have charged a 22-year-old Irvington man in the murder of a Newark teenager in the city's North Ward last week, police announced today.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014
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TheAlternativePress.com

Town Officials and First Responders Gather at the Watchung September...

MONTCLAIR, NJ Deputy Mayor Russo has been instrumental in keeping the tradition alive to recognize the Montclair victims of September 11th at the Watchung Memorial. Every year on September 11, Russo gathers with a small group to recognize the nine Montclair victims.

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Telegram

Optimistic times in Spaniard's Bay

Earth-moving equipment is quickly changing the landscape about a gunshot from the community of Tilton, Spaniard's Bay, as site work for a much-touted business park continues. There's also plenty of talk about a surge in residential construction in the town, with one proposal for an area known as "The Pines," located between Round Pond and Long Pond in Tilton, calling for the construction of between 200 and 250 homes in what's being called a gated community.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

NJ.com

Civil rights group asks feds to investigate death of unarmed Irvington man shot by police

Organizations including the People's Organization for Progress rally in Newark to protest police brutality on Aug. 20. The group has asked U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman to launch an investigation into the shooting death of an unarmed Irvington man during a confrontation with police in November 2013. IRVINGTON - A Newark-based civil rights organization has asked U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman to investigate the death of an unarmed Irvington man who was fatally shot during a confrontation with police last year.

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Tue Sep 09, 2014

The Compass

These are optimistic times in Spaniard's Bay

Site work is progressing at the proposed Veteran's Power Centre, a business park located near Tilton, Spaniard's Bay, just off Veterans Memorial Highway. There's also plenty of talk about a surge in residential construction in the town, with one proposal for an area known as "The Pines," located between Round Pond and Long Pond in Tilton, calling for the construction of between 200-250 homes in what's being called a "gated community."

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TheAlternativePress.com

Livingston Weekly Court News, Sept. 1 - Sept. 7

Cynthia McCall of Newark was charged with Shoplifting at Sears for attempting to steal five pieces of jewelry valued at $499.99. McCall received a 180-day jail term, suspended in lieu of a one-year probation term.

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Mon Sep 08, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Timeline: Former Irvington detectives allege retaliation by police chief

IRVINGTON - Melvin Shamberger claims he was at his residence at about 1 a.m. one day in 2013 when he saw a familiar face in a car parked outside: Irvington Police Chief Michael Chase. When Shamberger went to the parking lot, he said Chase turned out the lights in the vehicle and sped away.

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Sun Sep 07, 2014

The Jersey Journal

Fanwood Police report making 3 warrant arrests

Ashley Leahy, 26, from Branchburg was arrested on Aug. 19 at 9:52 a.m. on a warrant out of Pohatcong, police said. An officer stopped the vehicle Leahy was driving in the 100 block of Midway Avenue for a violation, then a check revealed the warrant, police said.

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Sat Sep 06, 2014

The Jersey Journal

New Providence arrest hitchhiker on outstanding warrant

NEW PROVIDENCE - On Aug. 11, Corporal Chad Wilson responded to a call that someone was trying to hitch hike on Division Avenue.

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Fri Sep 05, 2014

NJ.com

Exclusion of African-American jurors leads court to overturn murder conviction

NEWARK - Given a dispute over whether prosecutors improperly excused African-American jurors, a state appeals court today overturned the conviction of a man serving a 67-year prison sentence for a 2005 shooting that left one man dead and injured two others. The appellate judges ordered a new trial for Saladin Thompson after finding a Superior Court judge failed to analyze whether the prosecutors' actions represent "impermissible discrimination."

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Thu Sep 04, 2014

NorthJersey.com

Montclair man indicted for gun trafficking

Montclair resident Frazier Gibson, 28, is one of five men named in a 26-count state Grand Jury indictment on Friday, Aug. 29, alleging that the defendants illegally trafficked and sold 11 guns to an undercover New Jersey State Police operative. According to a release from the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General, between July and November 2013 the men allegedly bought guns in North Carolina and transported them into New Jersey for sale in Newark and the surrounding area.

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The Jersey Journal

Irvington man shot, killed

A 23-year-old local man was killed just after midnight on a street in Irvington, authorities say. The county's homicide task force is investigating, they add.

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Wed Sep 03, 2014

The Hudson Reporter

Police Beat

Three out of towners were charged with shoplifting after police were called to a Bayonne Crossing Way store on Aug. 22, police said.

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

Belleville: Police blotter, Sept. 2

An assault was reported on Aug. 24 at 11:03 p.m. Police were detailed to the emergency room at Clara Maass Medical Center, where a victim said he had been assaulted by two males who were familiar to him.

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Patch.com

Five Essex County Men Charged With Trafficking Guns

Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced that five men have been indicted on charges that they illegally trafficked 11 guns - including two stolen handguns, an illegal assault weapon, a sawed-off shotgun and prohibited hollow-point bullets - during an undercover investigation by the New Jersey State Police in Newark.

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NJ.com

Three arrested after robbing Seton Hall students at gunpoint, police say

Three men were arrested in connection with an armed robbery of four Seton Hall students last week, police said.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

Man shot, wounded during botched Irvington street robbery

Authorities say a northern New Jersey man shot and wounded during a botched street robbery should make a full recovery.

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The Jersey Journal

Irvington man hospitalized after city's sixth shooting this month

IRVINGTON - A 24-year-old city resident is in stable condition after being shot in the side early this morning, authorities said.

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