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Commissioner Mauro G. Tucci has announced registration for the 2019 Lacrosse Season. Lacrosse is considered one of the fastest growing team sports in the U.S. This exhilarating sport combines … more
A young student attending Buzz Aldrin school was reportedly "lured" by someone in a vehicle on January 2nd. According to a timely letter sent to all Montclair district families this morning, "For … more
Many a childhood memory includes the sharp sound of a bat slicing into a baseball, or the adrenalin filled seconds when that perfect kick results in a game winning goal. Now, the children of West … more
2/2/19 **********Motor Vehicle Stop – Harrison Street - The driver Michael Rodrigues, 19, of Nutley, was placed under arrest and transported to Headquarters without incident. He was charged … more
Thousands of underserved patients in New Jersey will now have access to a new form of sleep apnea treatment thanks to an arrangement between Rutgers School of Dental Medicine (RSDM) and Horizon HMO. … more
A fun evening that begins with period libations in the historic hearth kitchen and continues with a tour of the Crane House and Historic YWCA. See the period holiday decorations artfully designed by … more
Essex County Executive Joseph N. DiVincenzo, Jr. invites the public to take a Holiday Candlelight Tour of Essex County Kip’s Castle to view the stained glass Tiffany windows and learn the history … more
Extremely high blood pressure that leads to strokes, heart attacks and acute kidney damage, classified as hypertensive emergency, is five times higher in inner-city African-American patients than the … more
United Way of Northern New Jersey Women United and Girl Scouts Heart of New Jersey came together on December 8 to bring holiday cheer to some 25 young girls experiencing homelessness. The … more
A protein generated as part of our body’s immune response to intestinal worms could slow the progression of emphysema, according to a Rutgers study.The study appears in the journal Cell … more
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