Brian Schiavetti was found dead around 6:40 p.m. Sunday in an apartment building on 25 William Street. He had been shot multiple times, police said.
A Connecticut man who was shot and killed in Montclair, N.J. Sunday night was “targeted,” according to authorities.
Outside of the Macy’s extravaganza, Red Bank has one of the largest fireworks displays around. Well, it had one of them. It’s just one example of the dousing of the rockets’ red glare.
Buddy Guy, currently promoting his autobiography When I Left Home: My Story, often discusses the importance of keeping the blues alive. On Saturday night at Montclair, New Jersey’s Wellmont Theatre, two of his young disciples […]
Willie Nelson spent most of the past week heavily promoting his new album, Heroes, released on Tuesday. But at his concert last night, his focus was mainly on his catalog of hits from his five decade career.
Everett Glenn died after being found unconscious around 2 p.m. on Saturday in a residence hall at Lafayette College in Easton, Pa.
A construction crew hit a gas main on Bloomfield Avenue and South Park Street. As a precaution, about 100 people have been evacuated and streets around the area closed.
It’s the first time state officials have allowed cannabis to be planted and grown since New Jersey’s medical marijuana law passed more than two years ago.
“You can leave your shoes off….” So said Daryl Hall, last night at The Wellmont Theater in Montclair, New Jersey, to his special guest Sharon Jones.
It contributed to the global recession, and economists say it’s what will indicate if the economy is truly on the mend. So how is the real estate market doing in our area?
A wild party caused lots of problems Thursday night. People were arrested, and dozens went to the hospital. On Friday night, that same party is coming to Manhattan.
Above the rainbow flags, the purple shirts, the waving signs, there were snipers on the rooftops at Montclair State University today in response to a threat.
Fire officials say the family was inside when they heard the crackling fire even before their smoke alarm went off.
“If they told you in the beginning it won’t be until Friday, then you know it won’t be until Friday,” Ray Popkin, of Livingston, said.
Like so many places throughout northern New Jersey, many homes in Teaneck were made unlivable because of storm damage.