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NatWest branches in Southwell and B...

NatWest branches in Southwell and Bingham to close

Two NatWest branches in the Advertiser area are set to shut in September with a decline in customers blamed for the closures.
London attack: Student describes sc...

London attack: Student describes scene after Westminster terror incident

An eyewitness to the scene following a suspected terrorist attack in London has described the moment armed police told him he was at risk of being shot.
Red Nose Day: Events held across th...

Red Nose Day: Events held across the region

Events are being held across the region for this year's Red Nose Day.
Crash on A46 near Syerston

Crash on A46 near Syerston

The Farndon roundabout has re-opened following a crash on the A46 near Syerston.
Two-car crash at Kelham

Two-car crash at Kelham

One person has been injured following a two-car crash at Kelham.

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Mother, four women and man arrested...

Mother, four women and man arrested for pouring scalding water on and beating a three-year-old boy

Mother, four women and one man arrested for pouring scalding water on and beating a three-year-old boy with a belt as punishment Natacha Smith, 43, of Newark, New Jersey, was arrested and charged with aggravated assault and endangering the welfare of a child Police said the boy was beaten with a belt and fists and had scalding water poured on him as punishment A mother and five other adults, who all lived together, were arrested for systematically beating and throwing scalding water on a three-year-old boy as punishment.

Moody's: Jersey City biz tax a - cr...

Moody's: Jersey City biz tax a - credit positive'

JERSEY CITY - The 1 percent business tax at the center of a major controversy in Jersey City is a "credit positive" for the city and school district, according to a new report from bond rating agency Moody's. The corporate-backed mission to stop the tax from being implemented , meanwhile, would have a "deleterious effect" on the district's finances by making the city less attractive to families, Moody's says in the Dec. 6 report.

Five Charged in Takedown of Newark ...

Five Charged in Takedown of Newark Drug Trafficking Ring

Newark, N.J. - The New Jersey State Police have arrested five suspects of an alleged drug trafficking ring and seized weapons, heroin, cocaine, crack cocaine, marijuana and more than $150,000 as a result of "Operation Drive Thru." The eight-month cooperative investigation dubbed "Operation Drive Thru," began in April of 2018 and targeted a drug distribution network operating in Newark.

Corrections officer arrested, charg...

Corrections officer arrested, charged with having sexual relationship with prisoner

A senior state corrections officer has been arrested for allegedly having a sexual relationship with a inmate at Northern State Prison, officials announced Friday Avril Richardson, 45, of Elizabeth had an ongoing romantic relationship with an inmate at the minimum security prison from 2016 until her arrest Thursday, the Essex County Prosecutor's Office said.

Ex-fire chief convicted in Ponzi sc...

Ex-fire chief convicted in Ponzi scheme that bilked investors out of $10M

A federal jury has convicted a former Middletown fire chief of running a Ponzi scheme that bilked investors, including some of his own family, friends and fellow first-responders, out of more than $10 million. Vincent P. Falci, 59, worked as an investment manager in Middletown and was accused of stealing funds to fuel his lifestyle, while concealing losses and faking investment returns as part of an operation that ran for several years.

Comedian Lange avoids jail time des...

Comedian Lange avoids jail time despite positive drug test

FILE a sA - A In this Feb. 15, 2017, file photo, comedian Artie Lange attends a premiere for HBO's television comedy series "Crashing," in Los Angeles. A judge has spared comedian Artie Lange jail time even though he tested positive for cocaine and amphetamine.

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Newark Police Officer Charged in Sh...

Newark Police Officer Charged in Shooting Death of Fleeing Driver

A grand jury indicted the 26-year-old officer in connection with the police shooting death of a man who fled a traffic stop in January.
Becoming Catholic in the Age of Sca...

Becoming Catholic in the Age of Scandal

At Easter, thousands of people converted to Catholicism even as sex abuse allegations have rocked the church.
Cory Booker, Citing a Rising Newark...

Cory Booker, Citing a Rising Newark, Pitches a Campaign of ?Justice?

In what was billed as his hometown kickoff rally, Mr. Booker combined his vision of Newark?s renewal with ideas to address the nation?s economic and social ills.
NJPAC Plans to Use Major Grant to E...

NJPAC Plans to Use Major Grant to Expand Education Component

The new space will be financed by a $20 million gift from the Leon and Toby Cooperman Family Foundation.
Kenneth Gibson, 86, Dies; Newark Ma...

Kenneth Gibson, 86, Dies; Newark Mayor Broke Race Barrier in Northeast

He pledged to make Newark a model city, saying, ?If we solve the urban problem here, we can export our solution to other areas.?
?Newark?s Original Sin? and the Cri...

?Newark?s Original Sin? and the Criminal Justice Education of Cory Booker

Mr. Booker?s road from enforcer to reformer began with rocky oversight of the Newark Police Department.

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Newark Police Officer Charged in Sh...

Newark Police Officer Charged in Shooting Death of Fleeing Driver

A grand jury indicted the 26-year-old officer in connection with the police shooting death of a man who fled a traffic stop in January.
Becoming Catholic in the Age of Sca...

Becoming Catholic in the Age of Scandal

At Easter, thousands of people converted to Catholicism even as sex abuse allegations have rocked the church.
Cory Booker, Citing a Rising Newark...

Cory Booker, Citing a Rising Newark, Pitches a Campaign of ?Justice?

In what was billed as his hometown kickoff rally, Mr. Booker combined his vision of Newark?s renewal with ideas to address the nation?s economic and social ills.
NJPAC Plans to Use Major Grant to E...

NJPAC Plans to Use Major Grant to Expand Education Component

The new space will be financed by a $20 million gift from the Leon and Toby Cooperman Family Foundation.
Kenneth Gibson, 86, Dies; Newark Ma...

Kenneth Gibson, 86, Dies; Newark Mayor Broke Race Barrier in Northeast

He pledged to make Newark a model city, saying, ?If we solve the urban problem here, we can export our solution to other areas.?
?Newark?s Original Sin? and the Cri...

?Newark?s Original Sin? and the Criminal Justice Education of Cory Booker

Mr. Booker?s road from enforcer to reformer began with rocky oversight of the Newark Police Department.

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N.J. pets in need: April 8, 2019

N.J. pets in need: April 8, 2019

Vintage photos of baseball and soft...

Vintage photos of baseball and softball in N.J.

N.J. pets in need: April 1, 2019

N.J. pets in need: April 1, 2019

Vintage family photos from N.J.

Vintage family photos from N.J.

N.J. pets in need: March 25, 2019

N.J. pets in need: March 25, 2019

More vintage photos of everyday ite...

More vintage photos of everyday items from the '60s and '70s you might have forgotten

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