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Community leaders gathered at the new Doctors Express Urgent Care Center located at 464 Eagle Rock Avenue on March 13 to celebrate the opening of the new West Orange Facility.
Montclair homeowners, landlords and many business owners each year pay property taxes to Montclair - lots of property taxes.
Ryszard Osika, 29, a purchasing manager for a large construction company, is suspected of stealing construction equipment and then selling it at cut-rate prices online.
A Nutley man has been convicted of impersonating a sheriff's officer at a township eatery, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn A. Murray said in a release Thursday.
Glen Ridge might have gotten a taste of spring earlier this week, but the borough is still working to get its parks and recreation activities back on schedule after a series of snow-related delays.
Hundreds of women and a handful of men rallied in West Orange March 11 in an effort to raise awareness of violence and injustice perpetrated against women and girls around the world.
Lola's looking over a four leaf clover, hoping she won't be overlooked as she's been before.
The Nutley Board of Education on Monday approved a $64.47 million tentative budget for the 2014-15 school year.
Roseland firefighters Mike LaBrunda and Martin Casper were two of the Roseland volunteers who participated in conducting an " Extensive Forcible Entry Drill " at the Essex County Fire Academy in Cedar Grove .
EAST ORANGE, NJ Lance Wigfall the boys track and field coach of East Orange Campus High School has been selected Essex County Boys Track and Field Coach of the Year by the Essex County Track and Field Coaches Association.
Bloomfield Tech seniors Wafiqah Holder, left, and Sarajen Noel explain their project to New Jersey Lt.
A 34-year-old Harrison woman was being held in the Essex County Jail on $300,000 bail in connection with the Jan. 30 hold-up of a Harrison bank - and of two Newark banks in February, authorities have reported.
The Linda and Rudy Slucker NCJW Center for Women in Livingston is offering two computer classes in April on Tuesdays and Thursdays beginning on April 1st.
It's not easy to put death in perspective over and over again, but Kean University professor Norma Bowe has done it every semester for 14 years.
In the near future, "heading back to the office" for Montclair police officers may only require a few short steps.