|Who were the best N.J. football players in Week 6? Here are 49 standoutsNJ.com / 5 min. ago more|
A look at the best players from Week 6.
|Passaic Valley boys soccer sets sights on state tournament after loss in countiesNJ.com / 22 min. ago more|
The Hornets have high hopes heading towards states. Passaic Valley, the top seed in the Passaic County Tournament, had its tournament run come to an early end in penalty kicks at the hands of Passaic on Saturday. While the county tournament loss was unexpected, Passaic Valley (9-3-2) will have a chance to redeem the lose with a rematch against Passaic on Tuesday in a regular season game. After that, it will look towards the North 1, Group 3 tournament, where it is ranked second behind No. 18 Ramapo in power points. Don't sleep on Passaic Valley because of its county tournament loss, this is a team with an explosive offense and a stifling defense, which has allowed the Hornets to outscore opponents 44-23 this season. The offense is sparked by senior Jacob Leonard. He played primarily midfield last season, but was moved up top this season. Success followed him to forward and he leads Passaic Valley with 14 goals and seven assists. "I really thought he could be more of an impact player up front," Passaic Valley coach Mike Couden said. "He has the ability to change games and can get his shot off extremely quick." Aiding Leonard in the offensive efforts were the additions of junior midfielder Facundo Frascolla, a transfer from St. Benedict's, and sophomore midfielder Patrick Lettre, a transfer from Kearny. Frascolla currently has nine goals and six assists, while Lettre's versatility makes him stand out. "Patrick and Facundo have helped a great deal," Couden said. "Both are outstanding soccer players who have helped sure up the middle of the field for us. Facundo is a big, strong player for other teams to deal with. He excels at holding the ball and takes most of our set pieces. Patrick is a technically sound player who makes good decisions. He's strong, quick and can play any position." Cris Carnemolla, Ali Alhau, Ben Adili and Matt Sytsma all play key roles on offense as well. On the defensive side of things, sweeper David Zambrano and stopper Ben Adili hold down the fort in front of keepers Alex Cruz and Alex Perez. "Ben is a big, strong body. He excels with his play out of the air," Couden said. "David is very good technically and tactically. He defends with good angles and is very reliable." Richard Greco may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter @RichardGrecohs. Like NJ.com HS sports on Facebook.
|PHOTOS of N.J.'s high school mascots: Fierce, fuzzy & funny - you sent us moreNJ.com / 57 min. ago more|
Photos we've snapped since 2010, and we want yours too. UPDATE, Oct. 16, 6 p.m.: You sent us more photos, we shot more photos and we found some in the archives that we missed the first time around. From all those sources, we're well past 100 pics now. And we're happy to get more, so use the form below to send more, if you have some. Important note: If you sent us pics thinking you were nominating your mascot for the NJ.com mascot challenge, that won't do it. For that, we need a 30-60-second video. The deadline is coming up fast - Oct. 23 at 10 a.m. Here's lots more info. Some are adorable. Some are kind of scary. Some are a little puzzling. They're almost all fuzzy. These are New Jersey's high school mascots. The ones we've photographed since 2010 are in the photo gallery above, and, we know - we're a little heavy on cardinals, or Kardinals, as the case may be. RELATED: Nominations open for the NJ.com HS Mascot Challenge We know there are more out there than these for the 37 schools represented above, so we're looking for some help from you. When you're out there over the next few weeks enjoying some high school sports, scan the venue for something bigger, brighter and fuzzier than your typical athlete. When you find something, snap some pics and then use the form below to send them to us, and we'll add them to the photo gallery. And while you're at it, think about shooting some video, because a video is what's needed to nominate that mascot for the NJ.com HS Mascot Challenge. All the details about that project, including the Oct. 23 deadline for videos to be posted with the #NJmascotchallenge hashtag, are at the link above.
|Passaic County to Consider Improvements to Lakeview Avenue - TAPinto.netGoogle News / 1 h. 7 min. ago more|
TAPinto.netPassaic County to Consider Improvements to Lakeview AvenueTAPinto.netPATERSON, NJ- Residents have been invited to participate in an effort to make Lakeview Avenue safer by attending Thursday's meeting of the 6th Ward Neighborhood Association. The meeting will be held at School # 25, 287 Trenton Avenue, beginning at ...
|DiscussPaterson News / 9 h. 7 min. ago more|
It's that time of year when those who wish to run for a City Council position in the November 2018 election must declare these intentions, but no one has yet stepped forward. There is at least one opportunity, since Mr. Tim Lovain has opted not to run again.
|RHONJ: Manzo brothers pull out of Rt. 23 castlePaterson News / 14 h. 13 min. ago more|
One month after opening a castle-themed banquet hall, a former "Real Housewives of New Jersey" star said his brand had cut ties with the owner. RHONJ: Manzo brothers pull out of Rt.
|Paterson: NJ Transit still probing last week's death at bus terminal - NorthJersey.comGoogle News / 15 h. 23 min. ago more|
NorthJersey.comPaterson: NJ Transit still probing last week's death at bus terminalNorthJersey.comPATERSON – Four days after a man was found dead at the bus terminal on Market Street, NJ Transit has yet to disclose exactly how he died. Law enforcement sources said the victim was decapitated when hit by a bus. Sources also said the bus left the ...
|Paterson schools launching Saturday morning academic program - NorthJersey.comGoogle News / 22 h. 33 min. ago more|
NorthJersey.comPaterson schools launching Saturday morning academic programNorthJersey.comPATERSON — For the first time in more than a decade, the city school district will offer its elementary school students a comprehensive academic program on Saturday mornings, starting in January. The program for third- through eighth-graders will take ...Candidates Debate Future of Paterson's SchoolsTAPinto.netall 3 news articles »
|No. 1 goes down, fierce rallies, close calls: Week 6 N.J. football hot takesNJ.com / 23 h. 48 min. ago more|
There was a chill in the air, but the action on the football field was hotter than ever. Week 6 featured close calls, frenzied finishes, winning kicks and No. 1 falling.
|The NJ.com football Top 20 for Oct. 15: Preseason favorite returns to No. 1NJ.com / 1 d. 0 h. 40 min. ago more|
It's a return to No. 1 for one North Jersey non-public team as two new teams entered the mix this week.
|N.J. pets in need: Oct. 16, 2017NJ.com / 1 d. 2 h. 12 min. ago more|
Rescues make great pets. Some fun and interesting facts about cats and dogs from Nationwide pet insurance: * Dogs only sweat from the bottoms of their feet, the only other way they can discharge heat is by panting. Cats do not have sweat glands. * Dogs have about 100 different facial expressions, most of them made with the ears. * A cat can jump as much as seven times its height. * Dogs do not have an appendix. * Cats have over one hundred vocal sounds, while dogs only have about ten. * Using their swiveling ears like radar dishes, experiments have shown that dogs can locate the source of a sound in 6/100ths of a second. * A cat's tongue is scratchy because it's lined with papillae--tiny elevated backwards hooks that help to hold prey in place. ... and when faced with the choice of going the way around something that untangles herself or the way that makes it worse, my dog will choose the wrong way 101 times out of 100.
|Bear hunt total: 241 killed, 5 people arrested. Hunt resumes in 7 weeks.NJ.com / 2 d. 1 h. 27 min. ago more|
The controversial bear hunt will resume for another six days starting Dec. 4 Watch video FREDON -- Hunters killed 241 bears during a six-day hunt that concluded Saturday, according to the state Department of Environmental Protection. The controversial season will resume for another six days starting Dec. 4. A final 52 bears were brought to the state's five check stations Saturday, a day in which three protesters were arrested in the Whittingham Wildlife Management Area. Bill Crain, a City College of New York professor who spent just over a week in jail last winter after his seventh conviction since 2005 for acts of civil disobedience during the hunt, was arrested after leaving the designated protest zone and crossing the street toward the check station. Two other protesters were arrested on Monday, and all five have been charged with the same three offenses, including obstructing the administration of law, DEP spokesman Robert Geist said. Bear hunts have occurred yearly under Gov. Chris Christie, but Democratic candidate for governor Phil Murphy has pledged to bring the controversial hunt to a halt if elected. While the hunt picked up following a rainy opening day in which 26 bears were killed, this year's pace remains well behind last year, when a record 636 were killed in 12 days. A total of 562 bears were killed in the first half of the 2016 hunt, which was the first hunt extended from the usual December season into October. As in 2016, hunters were restricted to archery for the first three days, with muzzleloader rifles also allow starting on the fourth day. The hunt took place in eight northern counties, but as usual most of the activity was in Sussex County. Of the 241 bears killed through Saturday, 135 were killed in Sussex County -- followed by 48 in Warren County, 34 in Morris County and 20 in Passaic County. Three bears were killed in Hunterdon County and one in Bergen County, while none were killed in Somerset and Mercer counties. While bears have been sighted in all 21 counties, the population is most heavily concentrated in northwestern New Jersey. DEP estimates that 2,400 to 2,800 bears live in an area roughly north of Route 78 and west of Route 287. Hunt opponents dispute those estimates and charge that the population has been significantly reduced due to the yearly hunts under Christie. Prior to 2010, the only bear hunts since the early 1970s -- when the population was nearing extinction -- were in 2003 and 2005. Hunt supporters counter by citing safety concerns, including the fatal mauling in 2014 of a 22-year-old Rutgers University student in West Milford. Sixteen bears that were "tagged" were killed last week, decreasing the chances of the hunt being extended in December. Under the rules of the hunt, DEP may add another four days if fewer than 27 tagged bears have been killed. That threshold represents 20 percent of the tagged bears. Rob Jennings may be reached at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter @RobJenningsNJ. Find NJ.com on Facebook
|Prepare for detours and traffic DOT to begin multi-year rehabilitation of Route 495 bridge in fallPaterson News / 2 d. 8 h. 23 min. ago more|
Route 495, which connects the New Jersey Turnpike to the Lincoln Tunnel, is set to undergo a multi-year renovation to repair its debilitated viaduct bridge in North Bergen, according to the NJ Department of Transportation. The nine-span, four-lane bridge carries 495's traffic over Route 1/9, Paterson Plank Road, and the NYS&W and Conrail rail lines.
|1 killed, 2 hospitalized in head-on crash, police sayNJ.com / 2 d. 17 h. 41 min. ago more|
Steve Kemmlein, 59, of Wayne, was pronounced dead at the scene PISCATAWAY -- One person was killed and two others were hospitalized Saturday morning after a head-on crash. Darrius Griffin Jr., 25, of Piscataway, allegedly crossed into oncoming traffic while driving his Nissan Altima on River Road at 4:25 a.m. and crashed into a Ford Ranger, Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey said in a release. The driver of the pickup, Steve Kemmlein, 59, of Wayne, was pronounced dead at the scene, the release said. Griffin and his passenger were taken to Robert Wood Johnson University Medical Center in New Brunswick, where Griffin is in critical condition, according to Carey. His passenger was listed as stable, authorities said. The incident remains under investigation. Anyone with information can call (732) 562-1100. Craig McCarthy may be reached at 732-372-2078 or at CMcCarthy@njadvancemedia.com. Follow him on Twitter @createcraig and on Facebook here. Find NJ.com on Facebook. Have a tip? Tell us. nj.com/tips
|Bear hunt opponent who spent week in jail arrested again at protest (VIDEO)NJ.com / 2 d. 22 h. 47 min. ago more|
Bill Crain was arrested after walking across the street toward a check station Watch video FREDON -- The N.Y. college professor who spent a week in jail last winter after being repeatedly arrested protesting the bear hunt has been arrested again during an act of civil disobedience. Bill Crain, 73, was taken into custody at 9:30 a.m. Saturday after exiting the designated protest area and walking across the street toward the check station for hunters returning with bears. Bear hunt protester Bill Crain being taken into custody in Fredon, Oct. 17, 2017Rob Jennings / NJ Advance Media for NJ.com Crain, a City College of New York professor, told fellow protesters of his plan just before walking across the street. "It is very important to me personally to demonstrate how seriously we take this," said Crain, just before his eighth arrest since 2005 during a N.J. bear hunt protest. Officers spoke with Crain in the street for about a minute, seeking to convince him to change his mind, before taking him into custody without incident. They confiscated his sign, "Mother Nature is crying," and drove him away in a state police vehicle. PHOTOS: Bear hunt protester arrested for the 8th time Two other protesters -- Cheryl A. Monnett, 48, of West Milford, and Danielle Varon, 50, of Vernon -- were arrested later Saturday after sitting in front of vehicles, state Department of Environmental Protection spokesman Rob Geist said. All three arrested Saturday, and two others taken into custody Monday, have been charged with the same three offenses, including obstructing the administration of law, Geist said. Nearly 100 were at the demonstration held on the final day of the first part of the annual N.J. bear hunt. A second, six-day hunt will start Dec. 4. Six hunters arrived by 1 p.m. Saturday, including Gordon Casner of North Bergen with a 124-pound bear on his truck. "We are legally hunting the bears. The bears are doing a lot of damage," said Casner, who was jeered by protesters as drove away. A second hunter, Robert Heller of Byram, brought in a 527-pound bear. He also defended the controversial hunt. "We're pretty overrun with bears," Heller said. Crain lives on an animal sanctuary farm in Dutchess County, N.Y. His first six convictions were resolved with fines, but a municipal judge sentenced him to up to 10 days in jail last winter after his seventh civil disobedience arrest. Crain, who did not oppose going to jail, walked out of the Sussex County jail after serving just over a week. When Crain walked into the street on Saturday, a state conservation officer tried to persuade him to accept an escort to a viewing area in the check station, where up to five protesters were being allowed at a time. Crain politely declined, shaking his head, as protesters chanted, "Stop the slaughter." As Crain continued to explain his objections to the hunt, the state conservation officer waved to a state trooper and said, "Sorry, Dr. Crain." He was then placed under arrest. Through Friday night, a total of 189 bears had been killed in the hunt, according to DEP. That pace is well behind last year's hunt, when a record 636 bears were killed. Final numbers for the first part of the hunt will not be available until late Saturday night. Rob Jennings may be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow him on Twitter @RobJenningsNJ. Find NJ.com on Facebook
|Football: Results and links for Week 6NJ.com / 3 d. 14 h. 42 min. ago more|
Your one-stop shop for everything you need. WEEK 6 ESSENTIALS • Hot takes: OT thrillers, miracle finishes & more• Top photos of Week 6• Top recruit loses scholarship after brawl• Mega-coverage guide • Midseason awards: N.J.'s best at halfway point• 22 bold predictions• 25 can't-miss games• Top 20 picks and schedule• Picks for all 6 conferences• Week 6 schedule/scoreboard• Rankings: Top 20, Group & conference PLUS: Week 6 hot takes: OT thrillers, miracle finishes and more SATURDAY'S FEATURED GAMES No. 2 Bergen Catholic 41, No. 1 St. Peter's Prep 14• BC emphatically stakes claim to top spot• Photo gallery• Look back at live updates• Box score No. 4 St. Joseph (Mont.) 20, No. 6 Pope John 14• Green Knights hold off late rally• Look back at live updates• Box score Nutley 21, Orange 14, OT• Vincent Russo sparks comeback• Photo gallery • Look back at live updates• Box score Haddonfield 31, Paulsboro 0• Beaten-up team still wins via shutout• Look back at live updates• Box score No. 17 Westfield 13, Elizabeth 6• Vall-Llobero comes in, scores both TDs in win• Photo gallery • Look back at live updates• Box score RELATED: ‘They tried to kill my son.’ Frosh parents say star players caused football brawl St. John Vianney 31, Rumson-Fair Haven 28, OT• Foreman, Daniels key OT victory• Photo gallery • Look back at live updates• Box score No. 12 Lenape 49, Seneca 7• Live updates• Kellum's 4 TDs key bounce-back game• Box score Salem 46, Gloucester 0• Zaire Jones breaks loose in return• Photo gallery • Box score Vineland 55, Clearview 21• Vineland rumbles for 452 on ground• Photo gallery • Box score Northern Burlington 28, Hamilton 21• Greyhounds ride ground game• Photo gallery • Box score Nottingham 21, Notre Dame 16• Win streak pushed to five• Box score Steinert 20, Hopewell Valley 2• Winning streak reaches five games• Box score Lawrenceville 18, Peddie 16• Late TD wins it• Box score TOP 20 SCOREBOARDSaturday• No. 2 Bergen Catholic 41, No. 1 St. Peter’s Prep 14• No. 3 DePaul 41, Delbarton 14• No. St. Joseph (Mont.) 20, No. 6 Pope John 14• No. 11 Montclair 56, Morristown 21• No. 12 Lenape 49, Seneca 7• No. 15 Red Bank Catholic 42, Long Branch 28• No. 17 Westfield 13, Elizabeth 6 FRIDAY'S FEATURED GAMES Mountain Lakes 14, Whippany Park 7• Late rally leads to OT win• Photo gallery • Look back at live updates• Box score Clifton 32, Paterson Kennedy 26, OT• Comeback city sees dramatic victory• Photo gallery• Look back at live updates• Box score Camden Catholic 25, Shawnee 21• Stunning rally erases 18-point deficit in fourth• Photo gallery • Look back at live updates• Box score Summit 31, Cranford 13• Staunch D, Jackson Tyler's big plays lead way• Look back at live updates• Box score No. 10 Manalapan 49, No. 18 Howell 28• Mayfield breaks loose for 5 TDs• Photo gallery • Look back at live updates• Box score Northern Highlands 42, Mahwah 0• Mario Agyen helps team move closer to playoff spot• Look back at live updates• Box score MIDSEASON AWARDS: N.J.'s best at halfway point St. Joseph (Hamm.) 58, Allentown 26• Three-headed monster overwhelms Redbirds• Photo gallery • Box score North Bergen 41, Dickinson 6• Great Santini game leads way• Photo gallery• Box score West Windsor-Plainsboro South 48, Princeton 13• WWPS snaps home losing streak• Photo gallery • Max Bruno discusses victory• Box score Delsea 49, Kingsway 32• Borquet's crazy 3rd quarter decides it• Box score Voorhees 23, Delaware Valley 13• Vikings snap 8-game series losing streak• Photo gallery • Box score Sterling 29, Highland 14• C.J. Barrett produces 3 TDs• Photo gallery • Look back at live updates• Box score RELATED: Who is N.J.'s best mascot? Nominations open Middlesex 22, Shore 21, OT• Ground team wins it in air• WATCH Godfrey talks about team's effort• Box score Bridgeton 37, Mainland 7• Bulldogs roll behind William, Saunders• Box score Bordentown 45, Palmyra 28• Grueling ground game too much• Box score Moorestown 28, Hightstown 7 • Hightstown can't overcome slow start• Box score Belvidere 28, South Hunterdon 0• David Kinney scores 3 TDs• Photo gallery• Box score TOP 20 SCOREBOARDFriday• No. 7 Millville 49, Hammonton 14• No. 8 Rancocas Valley 28, Winslow 13• No. 10 Manalapan 49, No. 18 Howell 28• No. 16 River Dell 50, Ridgefield Park 22• Old Bridge 24, No. 19 Piscataway 22• No. 20 Old Tappan 37, Teaneck 7 RELATED: The 43 N.J. football teams that remain unbeaten STATEWIDE SCOREBOARD
|Milestones, tourney-seed buzz and more hot topics in N.J. girls soccerNJ.com / 3 d. 16 h. 48 min. ago more|
A look at some of the hot topics around N.J. HS girls soccer.
|Paterson superintendent says state has 'shortchanged' city schools - NorthJersey.comGoogle News / 3 d. 17 h. 31 min. ago more|
NorthJersey.comPaterson superintendent says state has 'shortchanged' city schoolsNorthJersey.comUnder the system of state control of Paterson schools, the New Jersey education department – and by extension the governor – hire the city's superintendent. Most of Evans' eight years in the job coincided with Chris Christie's time in the governor's ...
|Paterson library hosts community 'Touch a Truck' Day - NorthJersey.comGoogle News / 3 d. 18 h. 10 min. ago more|
NorthJersey.comPaterson library hosts community 'Touch a Truck' DayNorthJersey.comThe festivities at the Paterson Free Public Library's parking lot last week were part of the annual “Touch a Truck Day” event held during fire prevention week, a celebration of the efforts of emergency service workers. Twelve-year-old Ezzio Tarazona ...
|N.J. football mega-coverage guide: Everything you need for Week 6NJ.com / 3 d. 22 h. 8 min. ago more|
Get caught up instantly on NJ.com's high school football coverage of Week 6 with the mega-coverage guide Below is NJ.com's mega-coverage guide for Week 6. Keep track of schedules, predictions, previews, features and breaking news from around the state all the way up until kickoff. ESSENTIALS • Midseason awards: N.J.'s best at midway point• 25 must-see high school football games for Week 6• Week 6 schedule/scoreboard• Schedule/scoreboard by conference• Statewide stat leaders through Week 5• NJSIAA football power points after Week 5• Statewide standings through Week 5 UPDATE: ‘They tried to kill my son.’ Frosh parents say star players caused PC brawl RANKINGS • Top 20• Group and conference rankings PICKS • NJ.com predicts every winner in the state• Scores and predictions for Top 20 teams• Picks for each of N.J.'s six conferences PLUS: Midseason awards: N.J.'s best at midway point MUST-READ CONTENT • Midseason awards: N.J.'s best at midway point• ‘They tried to kill my son.’ Frosh parents say star players caused PC brawl• Playing with heart: How N.J. teen went from death’s door back to football field• Piscataway survives a scare and 21 more bold predictions for N.J. football Week 6• ‘The whole town is ready for football’: Michael Cipot ignites No. Brunswick• SJT Game of the Week: Highland's challenging schedule continues with improved Sterling• New Jersey's 43 undefeated football teams after Week 5• Concussions in football: 21 recent developments you need to know in 2017• West Deptford's Collier has grown -- literally and figuratively• Hunterdon County football update: South Hunterdon breaks 16-game losing streak; County stat leaders• The 12th Man TD Club of Trenton announces weekly football honors• Times of Trenton Football Players of the Week: Hun's Henderson, Trenton's Alfred• After 200th win, South River coach Rich Marchesi more focused on 5th state title• High school football triple-header scheduled for Saturday at Rutgers• Times of Trenton Football Notebook: Lawrence gets back on the right track• Former 'benchwarmer' WR, soph Kavon Lewis puts up elite stats as Penns Grove QB• WATCH: Bosco football player's vicious hit on ex-teammate intensifies feud with SJRA LOOK BACK AT WEEK 5• Results and links for Week 5• Who were the best N.J. football players last week? Here are 50 Week 5 stars• N.J. football hot takes: Thrilling finishes highlight wild Week 5• Week 5 stat leaders • Best photos from Week 5 RECRUITING NEWS • Film review: Breaking down Rutgers QB commit Zamar Wise's junior mid-season highlights• Which Rutgers football recruits put forth top performances this past weekend?• Film review: Breaking down 5-star N.J. junior DL Antonio Alfano's 2017 debut• What have N.J.'s top 50 football recruits been up to? Joe Zedalis may be reached at email@example.com. Follow him on Twitter @josephzedalis. Like NJ.com HS sports on Facebook.
|N.J.'s elite: Which boys soccer players are committed to play in college?NJ.com / 3 d. 22 h. 55 min. ago more|
Which boys have already given their verbal commit to play men's soccer?
|2017 midseason football awards: N.J.'s best at halfway pointNJ.com / 3 d. 23 h. 57 min. ago more|
Which teams, players and coaches have earned midseason honors?
|Reduced charges for 2 men in Paterson club homicidePaterson News / 4 d. 11 h. 1 min. ago more|
PATERSON - Two men who were charged with murder in a homicide at an illegal nightclub could be out of jail within a few years under plea agreements they accepted in court on Thursday. Standing before a judge, both suspects admitted firing their guns during a fight in the crowded 1st Avenue club on Dec. 27, 2015 and pleaded guilty to a reckless manslaughter charge in the death of one of the victims, 24-year-old Fernando Irby.
|Paterson: Lawyers clash over police tactics in murder case - NorthJersey.comGoogle News / 4 d. 14 h. 24 min. ago more|
NorthJersey.comPaterson: Lawyers clash over police tactics in murder caseNorthJersey.comDefense Lawyer Harley Breite and Prosecutor Krenar Camili make their closing arguments in a murder case of the accused defendant Courtney Simpson before Judge Adam E. Jacobs at Passaic County Court House in Paterson on 10/11/17.
|For refugees, escape to U.S. comes with a costPaterson News / 4 d. 17 h. 49 min. ago more|
Khaled Al Samakeh and Abeer Karkoutly fled Syria with their children. Settled in Paterson, they are struggling to repay nearly $5,000 in travel expenses.
|Body found at NJ Transit bus terminal in Paterson - NorthJersey.comGoogle News / 4 d. 21 h. 10 min. ago more|
NorthJersey.comBody found at NJ Transit bus terminal in PatersonNorthJersey.comThe body of a man was found in the driveway of the NJ Transit bus terminal on Broadway in Paterson around 2:30 a.m. on Thursday morning. Lisa Torbic, spokeswoman for NJ Transit said transit police detectives are taking lead on the investigation and are ...NJ TRANSIT Worker Finds Headless Body At Bus Terminal In PatersonCBS New YorkBody found in driveway of NJ bus terminalNew York's PIX11 / WPIX-TVBody found in bus lane at NJ Transit terminalNJ.comSouth Passaic Daily Voiceall 9 news articles »
|Body found in bus lane at NJ Transit terminalPaterson News / 5 d. 0 h. 46 min. ago more|
PATERSON - Police were trying to figure out if a man found dead Thursday at the Broadway Bus terminal in Paterson had been hit by a bus, according to reports. CBSNewYork reported the man's body was found with severe trauma.
|What you need to know about Paterson busingPaterson News / 5 d. 9 h. 41 min. ago more|
Confused about Paterson busing? Here's what you need to know The busing drama continues in Paterson as a company hoping to secure 31 contracts has two of theirs revoked. Check out this story on northjersey.com: https://njersy.co/2wP36vU Paterson School District makes new policy to ensure no student is left on the bus after the bus leaves the school.
|Spivak Lighting In Fairlawn Is Closing Down, Going Out Of BusinessPaterson News / 5 d. 14 h. 10 min. ago more|
After 38 years, Spivak Lighting at 35-10 Broadway, Fairlawn, NJ is closing down. We give you the history of Spivak Lighting: Albert Spivak emigrated from Russia to the United States around 1900 in order to pursue a better life for himself and his family.
|Paterson council OKs $117K in back payments for private lawyer - NorthJersey.comGoogle News / 5 d. 16 h. 14 min. ago more|
NorthJersey.comPaterson council OKs $117K in back payments for private lawyerNorthJersey.comPATERSON – A lawyer who represents Paterson police officers and firefighters is getting $117,000 from the city to settle a lawsuit he filed over disputed bills for work he had done years ago, officials said. The lawyer, Patrick Caserta, had been ...
|Paterson breaks up squatter's camp near city school - NorthJersey.comGoogle News / 5 d. 16 h. 18 min. ago more|
NorthJersey.comPaterson breaks up squatter's camp near city schoolNorthJersey.comPATERSON – Authorities recently broke up a squatters' encampment that had formed on an embankment in Roberto Clemente Park next to School 15. A makeshift shelter of tarps, plywood and cardboard was being used by vagrants who drank alcohol and ...
|Demolition of Paterson's Riverside complex delayedPaterson News / 5 d. 18 h. 47 min. ago more|
The planned demolition of the Riverside Terrace public housing complex has run into delays and the work likely won't start until next spring Demolition of Paterson's Riverside housing complex delayed The planned demolition of the Riverside Terrace public housing complex has run into delays and the work likely won't start until next spring Check out this story on northjersey.com: https://njersy.co/2wNaUhH Graffiti and secured windows can be seen on most buildings at Riverside Terrace Family Residence in Paterson Tuesday, October 10, 2017. PATERSON - The planned demolition of the Riverside Terrace public housing complex has run into delays and the work likely won't start until next spring, officials said.
|NJ Gubernatorial race 2017 - It's the wake up callPaterson News / 6 d. 14 h. 59 min. ago more|
It's the first debate between candidates vying to be New Jersey's next governor. Does anyone care? How many people will even vote? I had an interesting conversation with Morris County GOP fundraiser and organizer, Rob Zwigard.
|Port police arrest 2 Paterson men on drug chargesPaterson News / 6 d. 19 h. 22 min. ago more|
Port Authority police said they could smell burnt marijuana in the car as it passed by them at the George Washington Bridge toll. Port Authority police arrest two Paterson men on drug charges Port Authority police said they could smell burnt marijuana in the car as it passed by them at the George Washington Bridge toll.
|Paterson: Victim knocked out in mugging, police say - NorthJersey.comGoogle News / 6 d. 22 h. 39 min. ago more|
Paterson: Victim knocked out in mugging, police sayNorthJersey.comPATERSON — A 38-year-old city man was knocked unconscious when he was beaten and robbed by three men in Paterson's People's Park neighborhood over the weekend, police said. The victim was walking home from a bar at about 11 p.m. on Saturday ...
|Oktoberfest isn't over: where to goPaterson News / 7 d. 17 h. 32 min. ago more|
Oktoberfest isn't over: 5 places to go to celebrate in North Jersey Here are the best places in North Jersey to go for Oktoberfest. Check out this story on northjersey.com: https://njersy.co/2yT7dYJ Couldn't make it to Munich for Oktoberfest this year? No fear-you can strap on your lederhosen and guzzle MA rzens right here in the Garden State.
|Editorial: In Paterson schools, failure is adding up3 hours, 29 minutes | EditorialsPaterson News / 8 d. 22 h. 2 min. ago more|
Editorial: In Paterson schools, failure is adding up Paterson students' failure in math PARCC tests is truly horrific. Check out this story on northjersey.com: https://njersy.co/2yQ3ACJ Paterson School District makes new policy to ensure no student is left on the bus after the bus leaves the school.
|Consolidation not a good ideaPaterson News / 9 d. 8 h. 3 min. ago more|
Some towns have adopted a resolution similar to that of Newton's, and it is not what this county needs. What we need to do is continue to promote shared services throughout our districts.