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Nutley Fire Department's New 'Enforcer' Ladder Truck Ready to Serve the Community

November 18, 2018

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Fire Department's new ladder truck 'Ladder 1' was recently delivered to the township and is ready to be put into service.

The Nutley Board of Commissioners approved the purchase of the Ladder Truck from Pierce Manufacturing for the Nutley Fire Department at the November 27, 2017 meeting. The truck it is replacing was nearly 20 ...

Attempted Burglary Caught on Camera in Nutley

NUTLEY, NJ - The Nutley Police Department received a call from a resident on Tuesday stating that two men were attempting to burglarize their vehicle. 

Officers responded to the area of Kierstead Ave and were given descriptions of the male parties. Both left the area in a silver or gray minivan with a roof rack.

The Detective Bureau was notified and responded to the ...

Snow Closes Major Highways in Newark

UPDATE: Delayed Opening Announced for Newark Public Schools

NEWARK, NJ - Major highways in Newark have been closed tonight due to icy conditions and collisions, Newark Public Safety Director Anthony Ambrose said. 

Routes 280, 78, 21 and 22 are closed after snow, rain and sleet caused "numerous" collisions and "massive" gridlock throughout Newark, authorities ...

Multi-Town Firefighters Battle Montclair Blaze in the Snow

MONTCLAIR, NJ - As snow is falling in Montclair, firefighters are fighting a blaze at the corner of Walnut St. and Valley on Thursday evening, according to reliable sources.

Located in the 200 block of Walnut St., the entire 2.5 story home was engulfed in flames. There are no known injuries at this time.

Details have not yet been released by the Montclair Fire Department. 

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West Orange Students Stranded on Buses, in Schools Due to Storm

WEST ORANGE, NJ — Many West Orange students remained stranded on their buses and some at their schools hours after the final bell rang Thursday, due to a powerful Nor’easter that slammed into tri-state just as schools were being let out.

Robo-calls were sent to parents Thursday afternoon warning that buses were traveling slowly and students would be delayed getting home. The Board ...

Missing Mountain Lakes Teen Has Been Found

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Law enforcement officials have stated that Thomas Kolding, the missing 15 teenager from Mountain Lakes, has been found. According to police, he is safe.

Kolding has been missing since October 30. Law enforcement confirmed that he traveled by train from Denville to Newark – Broad Street Station. From there, he traveled by train from Broad Street ...

Montclair Woman Identified in Fatal NJ Transit Train Strike in Montclair

MONTCLAIR, NJ - A 28-year-old Montclair woman has been identified as the victim of a fatal accident in Montclair involving a NJ Transit train headed for New York Penn Station, Tuesday morning.

According to NJ Transit spokesperson, Lisa Torbic, Joan Juengling was identified as the victim. She was struck by the NJ Transit train near the Watchung Station, however, details have not ...

Trespasser Fatally Injured by NJ Transit Train in Montclair

MONTCLAIR, NJ - NJ Transit officials suspended service on the Montclair-Boonton line in both directions for nearly an hour, early Tuesday morning. The cause, fatal strike of a trespasser, officials confirm.

The train was traveling to New York Penn Station from Montclair State University at 4:55 AM, when the person was struck, said NJ Transit spokesperson Jim Smith.

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Female Fatally Stabbed in Montclair on Monday, Police Confirm

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MONTCLAIR, NJ - Law enforcement officials have confirmed the fatal stabbing of a female victim in Montclair on Monday. The exact location and details surrounding the homicide have not yet been released.

However, eyewitnesses reported seeing police bring someone in a body bag out of a building located at 50 Greenwood Avenue sometime around 4pm. 

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Nutley Police Department Reports Tampering with Pedestrian Crossing Signal

NUTLEY, NJ - Officers of the Nutley Police Department responded to a report of criminal mischief last Monday. They discovered that a flashing pedestrian crossing signal had been tampered with.

The crossing signal, on Walnut St, was  found to have had its control box pried open and internal wires and fuses removed. 




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