A spokesman said that 42-year-old David Chupcavich of Orange, Conn., was leaving the stadium in East Rutherford on Sunday when he fell over the side of the escalator. It’s not clear what caused him to fall.
Authorities in New Jersey are investigating the stabbing death of a man in Newark, according to the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office.
Newark Archdiocese spokesman James Goodness said the statue, which is about 25 years old, was a replacement for the school’s original statue, which also was toppled in a storm.
After store employees and police tried to remove the handcuffs to no avail, they eventually were able to free the unidentified man’s wrists with bolt cutters, police said.
Snow is expected to arrive around midday and will mix with and change to sleet and then rain in the afternoon. There is expected to be little or no accumulation on roads before the changeover in New York City.
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Federal prosecutors say 15 doctors and other health care professionals says the physicians were paid to refer patients to Orange Community MRI, a scheme they say started as early as 2010.
Utilities officials say customers could get their power back on any time between Wednesday and Saturday.
Starting Saturday afternoon, a wintry mix is expected to hit the Tri-State Area.
Association President Vincent Doyle says volunteer lawyers will be available to answer questions about insurance, property disputes, landlord-tenant matters and general legal issues.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Irene caused significant damage to the state’s agriculture. He said there is already $45 million in damage to farms in the state.
Don’t mess with the cow. That’s the word from Animal Control officials who are looking for a cow on the run from a farm near West Haven.
Essex County authorities say one man was fatally stabbed and another injured during an incident early Sunday on a street in downtown Orange.
A woman is dead following a fire that broke out in a duplex early Friday morning. The death toll would have been far worse if firefighters hadn’t been able to rescue more than a dozen people trapped on the second floor.
17 cities are getting federal grant money to install cameras and license plate readers, and people to check those systems.