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Riders bring presents for annual Ch...

Riders bring presents for annual Christmas toy appeal

More than 60 motorcyclists rode from Southwell to Balderton this morning with donations for an annual Christmas toy appeal.
Covenant protecting Moot House Pub ...

Covenant protecting Moot House Pub in Bingham should not have been removed, says councillor

A covenant protecting a building?s status as a pub should never have been removed without consultation, it has been claimed.
Peter Pay: Service of thanksgiving ...

Peter Pay: Service of thanksgiving to be held in Southwell Minster on Tuesday

A service of thanksgiving for the life of a leading member of the Southwell community will be held in Southwell Minster on Tuesday, starting at 3.30pm.
Thousands caught speeding by volunt...

Thousands caught speeding by volunteer team in Nottinghamshire village

A team of volunteers has caught more than 2,500 motorists speeding through a village in the space of ten months.
Vodafone staff in Newark told to ma...

Vodafone staff in Newark told to make as much charity cash as they can - starting with just 10

Colleagues have been challenged to see how much money they can raise from an initial 10.
Nottinghamshire county councillors ...

Nottinghamshire county councillors allegedly hit with rolled up agenda by fellow councillor

A Nottinghamshire county councillor allegedly struck rival colleagues with a rolled up agenda at the end of a council meeting.

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Point man pleads guilty to bribery

Point man pleads guilty to bribery

A doctor who lives in Point Pleasant and practices in Wall and Howell townships admitted Monday to accepting bribes in exchange for test referrals as part of a long-running scheme operated by Biodiagnostic Laboratory Services LLC [BLS], of Parsippany. On Monday, Anthony DeLuca, 52, of Point Pleasant, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Stanley R. Chesler in Newark federal court to one count of accepting bribes, according to the attorney general's office.

Newark facility starts distributing...

Newark facility starts distributing heroin overdose antidote, faces funding challenges

NEWARK - A facility in the state's largest city has become one of the first in New Jersey to regularly distribute a heroin overdose antidote. But, organizers say uncertain funding may affect the program's future.

'You shot my heart': Priest pens em...

'You shot my heart': Priest pens emotional letter to Newark mother's killer

NEWARK - Three years ago, Ana Satian came to Fr. Luigi Zanotto at St. Lucy's Church asking to be baptized.

Boyfriend of children's mother arre...

Boyfriend of children's mother arrested in shooting of 9-year-old Newark girl

Authorities have arrested a Newark man in connection with a case where a 12-year-old boy accidentally shot his 9-year-old sister in the chest at a Renner Avenue home in the city.

Officials: Suspect In Critical Cond...

Officials: Suspect In Critical Condition After Police-Involved Shooting In Newark

NEWARK, N.J. - A Newark police officer shot a suspect who was struggling with other officers, authorities said. Police, working to eliminate firearms from the street, were trying to stop and interview the suspect Thursday night when he fled in a cab, the Essex County Prosecutor's Office said.

Authorities offer $5K reward for in...

Authorities offer $5K reward for information in fatal shooting of 17-year-old Newark man

Authorities are offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information in the Nov. 6 killing of Michael Robinson, Jr., 17, of Newark, on Spruce Street in the city. NEWARK - Authorities are offering a reward of up to $5,000 for information about the fatal shooting of a Newark teenager gunned down earlier this month.

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An Upgrade for Newark's United Hub

An Upgrade for Newark's United Hub

Terminal C, the United Airlines hub at Newark Liberty International Airport, will receive a renovation that includes new restaurants and free use of iPads in waiting areas.
A Girl, 9, Is Accidentally Shot by ...

A Girl, 9, Is Accidentally Shot by Her 12-Year-Old Brother in Newark

The police said the boy was playing with a handgun at home when he shot his sister, who is hospitalized in critical condition.
Classroom Breakfasts: a Good Idea, ...

Classroom Breakfasts: a Good Idea, Overdue

Everyone starting the school day with a nutritious meal would remove any stigma of a free breakfast and would ensure that no child is learning on an empty stomach.
Clement A. Price, a Cheerleader for...

Clement A. Price, a Cheerleader for Newark, Dies at 69

Professor Price was a Rutgers scholar with a deep affection for Newark, a city he wrote about, taught about, promoted and defended.
Tested Negative for Ebola, Nurse Cr...

Tested Negative for Ebola, Nurse Criticizes Her Quarantine

In an essay posted online, Kaci Hickox, who was being quarantined at a New Jersey hospital after working with Ebola patients in Sierra Leone, complained of a ?frenzy of disorganization.?
A New Start for Newark Schools

A New Start for Newark Schools

State control of public education has failed. Put our citizens back in charge.

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An Upgrade for Newark's United Hub

An Upgrade for Newark's United Hub

Terminal C, the United Airlines hub at Newark Liberty International Airport, will receive a renovation that includes new restaurants and free use of iPads in waiting areas.
A Girl, 9, Is Accidentally Shot by ...

A Girl, 9, Is Accidentally Shot by Her 12-Year-Old Brother in Newark

The police said the boy was playing with a handgun at home when he shot his sister, who is hospitalized in critical condition.
Classroom Breakfasts: a Good Idea, ...

Classroom Breakfasts: a Good Idea, Overdue

Everyone starting the school day with a nutritious meal would remove any stigma of a free breakfast and would ensure that no child is learning on an empty stomach.
Clement A. Price, a Cheerleader for...

Clement A. Price, a Cheerleader for Newark, Dies at 69

Professor Price was a Rutgers scholar with a deep affection for Newark, a city he wrote about, taught about, promoted and defended.
Tested Negative for Ebola, Nurse Cr...

Tested Negative for Ebola, Nurse Criticizes Her Quarantine

In an essay posted online, Kaci Hickox, who was being quarantined at a New Jersey hospital after working with Ebola patients in Sierra Leone, complained of a ?frenzy of disorganization.?
A New Start for Newark Schools

A New Start for Newark Schools

State control of public education has failed. Put our citizens back in charge.

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Narcan saving hundreds of heroin ov...

Narcan saving hundreds of heroin overdose victims in N.J., but leaves addiction untreated

Dover pair arrested in connection w...

Dover pair arrested in connection with string of Mendham car burglaries

Body recovered after man jumps from...

Body recovered after man jumps from George Washington Bridge

Chesterfield man dies after acciden...

Chesterfield man dies after accidentally shooting himself while hunting with father in West Windsor

Morris County town named top small ...

Morris County town named top small city in N.J.

Man shot in Lakewood, police say

Man shot in Lakewood, police say

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