The Bergen County Rail Line on the NJ TRANSIT system was partially shut down late Wednesday afternoon, after a man was struck by a train in Garfield, New Jersey.
Clearing roads and walks is going to be a whole lot harder for some towns in New Jersey because all the snow is taking a toll and salt supplies are running low.
Residents in Garfield are living in fear after the federal government said it doesn’t have the money to clean up land contaminated by cancer-causing chromium.
19-year-old Melvin Guzman of Garfield and 21-year-old Patrick Morel of Clifton were in court Wednesday afternoon. Bail for each has been continued at $750,000.
All three suspects are in custody and the gun has been recovered, police said.
A 16-year-old boy was arrested in Garfield, N.J. Tuesday and charged with throwing a bottle at a fire truck, and leaving a volunteer firefighter with eye injuries that nearly left her blind.
Police on Monday were searching for the assailant who almost cost a New Jersey firefighter her life.
Black Friday turned into Bad Friday for multiple shoppers across the country, including those at several stores in the Tri-State Area.
Around 9 p.m. Wednesday, police said several suspects burst into a home on Lake Avenue as three people, a husband, his wife and their adult son, were inside.
The woman, who asked not to be identified by name, called 911 after she heard the suspects in her Garfield home Wednesday afternoon.
On Friday, Norman Girdley Jr, 21, was arrested and charged with Criminal Mischief and Drug Possession following an alleged overnight rampage.
Residents of Garfield, N.J., were resting a little easier Wednesday night, after a suspect was arrested following a lengthy and terrifying manhunt that necessitated a school lockdown.
The American Eskimo dog named Sparky ran away from home in Garfield and wound up stuck on the tracks in front of a Hoboken-bound train.
In one section of Garfield near an empty lot, residents will be asked to help researchers who want toenail clippings to see how much hexavalent chromium residue they’ve been exposed to.
Researchers at NYU are asking for toenail clippings from some resident of Garfield, N.J., to determine whether they have been exposed to dangerous levels of toxic hexavalent chromium from a since-shuttered factory.