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A man was arrested in Pennsylvania on Thursday and charged with the July murder of a 21-year-old Newark man, according to Anthony Ambrose, the Essex County prosecutor's chief of detectives.
TRENTON - Did Lt. Gov. Kim Guadagno break state law by placing Republican Steve Lonegan's name at the top of the ballot in this year's special U.S. Senate election? Both the Essex County clerk and an independent candidate in the race say yes.
The West Orange School District had 142 incidents occur during the 2012-2013 school year, according to the New Jersey Department of Education's annual Violence, Vandalism and Substance Abuse in the Schools report.
Last year, the FamilyConnections agency formed the Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Team in an effort to combat underage drinking and substance abuse in Essex County.
NEWARK - Two men are facing drug charges after they were arrested in two separate incidents in Newark on Wednesday night, officials announced today.
Gingerbread cupcakes and the cookies on top are made from scratch at Baked in a Cup.
A superior court judge on Thursday denied a request to merge a string of robberies and a murder into one large trial.
The tour includes perennial favorites, such as Essex County Kip's Castle in Verona and the Walther House at the Essex County Presby Memorial Iris Gardens in Montclair.
Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo will launch his campaign for a fourth term during an event Monday at Essex County College in Newark, the campaign announced Thursday.
Nutley's Yantacaw School holds a winter shopping night on Thursday from 7:30 to 9:30, with local, handmade and fair trade gifts from local merchants and artisans on sale.
The Verona Board of Education has received a state grant of $3,564,402 to help fund the work proposed under our planned referendum.
The Essex County vocational school West Caldwell Tech is helping the West Caldwell Police Department to collect coats for those in need this holiday season.
FORT LEE - With Borough Administrator Peggy Thomas set to retire the end of December, her successor likely will report to work mid-month, allowing for a transitional period, officials said.
The toy drive will run through Wednesday, Dec. 18. The toys will then be distributed by the Mental Health Association of Essex County and will help brighten up the holidays for many children including those who are homeless, in foster care, and those most in need.