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2 hrs ago | NorthJersey.com
* Patrick T. Reynolds of Bloomfield pleaded guilty on April 2 to an amended charge of interfering with police on Feb. 8. He was issued a one year stay-away order from the location of the incident, and was also fined $130.
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6 hrs ago | CBS Local
This weekend will mark one year since the disappearance of a Collingdale woman. Relatives and friends met with borough police to discuss the course of the ongoing search to find her.
10 hrs ago | Examiner.com
Newark, New Jersey industrial act Panic Lift have released the music video for their new single "Awake".
12 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
Michael Yun, who represents Ward D on the nine-member City Council, is floating a plan that would boost each council member's pay from roughly $35,000 to $75,000, while their aides' pay would nearly triple -- from $15,000 to $40,000.
16 hrs ago | NJ.com
Acting Attorney General John Hoffman, seen here in a file photo, announced the deployment of dozens of State Troopers as part of a new anti-violence program in Newark today.
16 hrs ago | Asbury Park Press
State officials are taking aim at gun violence in New Jersey's largest city. Acting Attorney General John Hoffman on Wednesday announced a strategy that will target Newark's most violent neighborhoods.
20 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal
One of the culprits circled overhead, the great expanse of its white wing span catching the updraft.
UNION - Charles Johnson was convicted in 2005 of felony murder and robbery and sentenced to 52 years in prison for the fatal shooting an employee of a township hotel.
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Carl Sharif, Newark mayoral candidate Shavar Jeffries campaign manager, owns this Irvington building with two others.
In this Feb. 15, 2012, file photo, Ismael el-Shikh stands in a prayer room at the Islamic Culture Center in Newark, N.J. Americans in New Jersey's largest city were subjected to surveillance as part of the New York Police Department's effort to build databases of where Muslims work, shop and pray.
Music blossomed in Newark when the Brick City Jazz Orchestra made its premiere under blue skies.
Members of the NJ Schools Development Authority, including CEO Charles McKenna, center, at a public meeting in February in Trenton.
The controversial conviction of an email hacker has been vacated by a federal appeals court, not because of issues with the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act but because Andrew Auernheimer was tried and convicted in the wrong venue.
An assault was reported on April 8 at 11:04 p.m. at 501 Washington Ave. The victim said he had come in contact with a young male in a store who was yelling obscenities at customers.
Bill Stepien's lawyer, Kevin Marino told reporters the case he is arguing in court for his client's fifth amendment rights is much more significant that what has become known as Bridgegate.