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Trumbull First Selectman Timothy M. Herbst ordered the painting temporarily removed from the town library until there’s a formal agreement in place protecting the town from liability.
Warthen appreciates having Harvey aboard once again to lead the way, and also to add some confidence and swagger to a staff that is seemingly blending together nicely early on.
The suspects have struck at least seven stores since late January. Police said the robbers target high-end businesses including Bond Street Chocolate, a cosmetic shop on Spring Street, an art gallery and clothing store on Mott Street.
The Cresskill Middle/High School Home and Social Association, in partnership with Dumont and Tenafly high schools, is hosting a forum at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Merritt Memorial Elementary School in Cresskill.
New York City lawmakers are taking a hard look at the quality of health care inmates receive at the Rikers Island jail complex and whether the city should renew a $126.6 million contract with a private health provider.
PSEG officials say they need the $440 million generated by the increase to expand maintenance programs and fund new system upgrades.
You know what would make this Tuesday a lot better? Free pancakes.
Woody Johnson is apparently still lobbying for Darrelle Revis within the walls at Florham Park. And the All-Pro corner will hit the open market next week if New England declines to pick up a $20 million option.
Plans to extend the Second Avenue subway line south of Midtown could go off the rails unless the MTA’s funding crisis is solved, according to New York’s transit chief.
One day Yandle was at a kid’s birthday party in Arizona, and way out of the Stanley Cup playoff chase. The next, he stepped into the thick of the fight. The All-Star defenseman couldn’t be happier.
It’s no secret that Al Dukes does not like putting guests on the radio program and he especially hates having them call into the show on the phone, but when your name is Mark Messier those rule do not apply.
The jury deliberated for 2 1/2 days and found Spears, 27, guilty of second-degree, depraved indifference murder.
Motorists needed extra time Monday morning to thaw out their vehicles after a winter storm left a mix of snow and ice across the Tri-State area.
The homeowner confronted the suspect around 4 p.m. Saturday near Stephen and Burnt Tavern roads in Brick Township.