The Newark Archdiocese confirmed that Jillian Clementi, who is also a history teacher at Immaculate Heart Academy in Washington Township, has been suspended because of the charges.
While some local residents living alongside Route 3 were puzzled at why 4-foot acrylic windows were placed above the barriers, the Department of Transportation called them a new concept.
Police found 59-year-old Lydja Mitchell’s bloody body in her Page Avenue apartment around 5 p.m. Monday after a neighbor became concerned when the victim didn’t answer her door.
The National Trust, which operates 29 properties, says Lyndhurst’s annual operating cost of $1.5 million a year is facing a shortfall of several hundred thousand dollars.
Several towns in north Jersey are trying to crackdown on certain smoking lounges, which have turned into teenage hangouts.
“We have heritage. We have lots of museums and galleries. We have some world famous chefs,” says Lydia Ruth of tourism office.
The totality phase — when the moon was completely immersed in Earth’s shadow — lasted 72 minutes.
Night owls in northern New Jersey can get a close glimpse of the first total lunar eclipse in nearly three years.
Lyndhurst Mayor Richard Delassio is about to ask voters to borrow $30 million to build a new middle school, WCBS 880’s Sean Adams reports.
What would a school be like without music? “Well, it would be soulless,” says mayor Richard DiLascio.
A New Jersey town is being praised for building a recreation center with a pre-school and brand new fields. But some residents say the town forgot one thing — the sidewalk.
Sam Corcan hopes big changes will come about from his small change. He’s had it with property tax increases in Lyndhurst.