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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.
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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.
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 .
Officer Dave Cuozzo had been a police officer for over 25 years. He has dedicated his life to help protect and serve his community.
A sign for Verona Park as seen Tuesday, Aug. 19. Earlier that morning, two juveniles were arrested in the park.
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.
Officer Jason Padilla of the West Orange Police Department stopped by the Township Council meeting on August 12 to offer residents some important tips on staying safe and protecting their property.
Greek Delights, formerly located at 558 Bloomfield Avenue in Montclair, has just reopened as Athena's Kitchen at 320 Main Street, making a lot of people very happy.
Zufall Health, a federally funded community health center, held its official ribbon cutting ceremony at their newest office located at 95 Northfield Avenue in West Orange.
Whether in the classroom or on the athletic fields, children and teens are exposed to situations where their health can be compromised.
For the sixth consecutive year, Regal Bank invites canines and their humans to the Livingston Dog Pawrade.
CRANFORD - Elected officials here are asking residents to sign an online petition to help move along a multi-million-dollar plan to help alleviate the frequent flooding that takes place in towns within the Rahway River basin, including Cranford.
The way Theadra Fleming sees it, adorning the Charles Wright Museum of African-American History with homemade quilts is not just about enhancing its beauty and grace.
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