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Orange, New Jersey is located in Essex County. Zip codes in Orange, NJ include 07050, and 07051. The median home price in Orange is $160,000 which is roughly $89/per square foot. More Orange information.

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11 hrs ago |

Bill Cosby To Bring an Inspiring Message of Achievement to Youth of...

The City of Orange Township's Police Athletic League in partnership with Mayor Dwayne D. Warren, Esq., the Orange Municipal Council and a host of Orange community partners will host a "Back to School Rally" and school supply giveaway Tuesday, September 2, 2014, Noon to 7PM that will feature Dr. Bill Cosby with an inspiring message of achievement ... (more)


13 hrs ago | The Jersey Journal

Livingston teen's alleged killer charged with fourth murder in Washington

The man accused of gunning down a Livingston college student is now facing yet another murder charge related to the shooting death of a Washington man two months earlier, authorities said.


16 hrs ago | The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

Verona-Cedar Grove Police Blotter: Aug. 8 to 17

A Personette Avenue resident reported that while his car was parked on Grove Avenue someone entered the vehicle and removed a laptop computer and tablet, police said.


17 hrs ago |

Victims held up at gunpoint in Montclair

Montclair Police have arrested a suspect, Almid K. Edwards, 19, of East Orange, in connection with two late-night armed robberies.


21 hrs ago |

Essex County Executive DiVincenzo Accepts 'Ice Bucket Challenge'

WEST ORANGE, NJ The 'Ice Bucket Challenge' sweeps the nation and makes its way to Essex County as Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr. and about 20 members of his executive staff will take the Ice Bucket Challenge today at 9am at the Essex County South Mountain Recreation Complex in West Orange.


Yesterday | The Alternative Press

Town Council Hears from LEF and Votes in Smoking Prohibition

At the eighth Livingston Township Council meeting, the Livingston Education Foundation gave a presentation honoring the 2014 LHS Hall of Fame inductees.


Yesterday | The Jersey Journal

Berkeley Heights administrator resigns to take seat as judge, report says

BERKELEY HEIGHTS - Township administrator Linda Cavanaugh has resigned from her position in Berkeley Heights to take a new post as an Essex County Superior Court judge, TAP into Berkeley Heights reported .


Tue Aug 19, 2014

The Alternative Press

Fundraiser Set for Paralyzed Union Township Police Office Dave Cuozzo

In December 2013, Union Township Police Officer Dave Cuozzo's life nearly ended from a rare viral infection that has no cure.


Hackensack cops seek - knockout game' suspect after three assaults

Authorities are investigating what is believed to be the city's first incident of the "knockout game" after three men were punched Monday night.

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The Jersey Journal

Orange police seek two suspects after early morning shooting

Keith Royster, an Orange township spokesman, said the victim was shot in the leg near the intersection of Alden Street and Cleveland Street at around 1 a.m. The shooting comes during a violent week in Orange, which began when an East Orange man was shot on Oakwood Avenue Friday afternoon.


Village Center Alliance Seeks Volunteers for 'PlayDay' in South Orange

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ Volunteers are needed for "PlayDay South Orange Presented by Rite Aid" on Sunday, Sept.


Montclair Police Make an Arrest in Connection with 2 Armed Robberies

TAP into Montclair reported that a suspect was sought in two armed robberies that occurred on Sunday as reported by Lt.


The Verona-Cedar Grove Times

Two juveniles arrested in Verona Park on drug and stolen property charges

A sign for Verona Park as seen Tuesday, Aug. 19. Earlier that morning, two juveniles were arrested in the park.


The Alternative Press

Mixed Media Magic Photography Workshop - Taking Your Art to a New Level

Unleash your creativity and experience the magic of layering photographs with Nancy Ori and Heidi Sussman.


Arts in N.J. public education 2014: An integral part of student life

Arts education advocates always seem to live in fear that, especially in times of tight budgets, the first areas slashed will be anything arts-related.


Mon Aug 18, 2014

The Paramus Post

Fraud / Theft at Hyundai of Paramus

The Paramus Police Department announces the arrests of Steven Amato, 44 yoa, of Clifton, NJ and Robert Scott, 43 yoa, of East Orange, NJ for theft and forgery.


New Jersey Jewish News

NCJW helps kids stock up for fall

As in previous years, the children, from kindergarten through fifth grade, were able choose brand-new backpacks, school supplies, clothes, and personal care items in a department store-like setting created just for them.


N.J.'s top public high schools for academics and the arts in 2014

Jordan Sanchez is one of the young violin players at the Cecily L. Tyson Community School of Performing & Fine Arts in East Orange.


Glen Ridge: Police blotter, Aug. 18

Officers were dispatched to Hillside Avenue at 6:21 p.m. on Aug. 10 on a report of a burglary.


The Alternative Press

Freshmen to Arrive at Seton Hall University on Thursday for Move-In Day

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ Seton Hall University freshmen will move in to their residence halls on Thursday and upperclassmen will return to campus beginning on Friday, according to university officials.



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