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For years West Orange has been a hotbed for the mass-media and telecommunications industries. Edison's Black Maria, the first movie studio ever, was located here. Llewellyn Park, the first planned community in America, was designed by Llewellyn Haskell and A. J. Davis in 1857. Llewellyn Park is considered the best example of "The Romantic Landscape" movement of that period.

Population: 68190
Local Newspapers: The Star-Ledger
Local Sports Teams: Jersey Rockhoppers (Eastern Professional Hockey League)
Local Colleges: Rutgers University - Newark Seton Hall University School of Law

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Whitney Houston documentary alleges singer was bisexual

"Whitney: Can I Be Me," which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival Wednesday night, called into question Houston's relationship with her best friend and assistant Robyn Crawford. "Whitney: Can I Be Me," which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival Wednesday night, called into question Houston's relationship with her best friend and assistant Robyn Crawford.

2017 NFL Draft Profile: West Virginia Cornerback Rasul Douglas

Rasul Douglas ' career had seen slow but steady growth, but ended in an explosion of a true break out season. Douglas ended the 2017 season for the West Virginia Mountaineers with 70 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss, and 8 interceptions.

2 charged in Easter night murder a danger to community, judge rules

JERSEY CITY -- Two men charged with gunning down a Jersey City man and wounding a 10-year-old girl on Easter Sunday were ordered incarcerated through the course of their prosecution today by a judge who found them to be a danger to the community. Corey Pickett and Jonathan Ferrera, both 21 and of Jersey City, are charged with gunning down Jimmy Gregory, 19, on Ocean Avenue near Van Nostrand Avenue at about 10 p.m. At today's hearing, Hudson County Assistant Prosecutor Keith Travers said Gregory was shot in the head.

Tate George George Group LLC Alexys Heights LLC v. East Orange...

C. TATE GEORGE; GEORGE GROUP LLC; ALEXYS HEIGHTS LLC v. EAST ORANGE HOUSING AUTHORITY; MARK DAMATO; UNITED STATES OF AMERICA; EAST ORANGE BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS C. Tate George, Appellant C. Tate George appeals the District Court's dismissal of his complaint for lack of jurisdiction and as time-barred.

Court denies appeal of N.J. man who tossed baby from Driscoll Bridge

NEW BRUNSWICK -- A New Jersey man serving a life sentence for tossing his infant daughter off a bridge and into the Raritan River has lost his appeal. Shamsiddin Abdur-Raheem, 28, was convicted of murder and kidnapping on Sept.

Wrong driver blamed in fatal South Amboy wrong-way crash

Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew Carey on Tuesday acknowledged that investigators initially got it wrong about the Route 9 crash - a vindication for the family of the deceased driver who investigators had initially blamed. "After reviewing evidence acquired during the investigation, it has been determined that Miguel Mendoza-Chong, 31, of Perth Amboy, and not Percell Livingston Jr., 51 of East Orange, was driving the wrong way on Route 9 north when their minivans crashed head on in South Amboy," Carey said in a statement.

Officials reverse ruling on who caused fatal wrong-way crash

Investigators have reversed their finding over who caused a fatal wrong-way crash on a New Jersey highway earlier this month. Both drivers were killed in the April 16 crash that occurred in the northbound lanes of Route 9 in South Amboy.

Police revise story in South Amboy crash that 2 killed, 3 injured

Middlesex County Prosecutor Andrew C. Carey and Chief Darren Lavigne of the South Amboy Police Department said authorities have developed new information during an investigation into a fatal head-on collision in which two drivers were killed and three passengers were injured in a crash on Route 9 in South Amboy. After reviewing evidence acquired during the investigation, it has been determined that Miguel Mendoza-Chong, 31, of Perth Amboy, and not Percell Livingston Jr., 51 of East Orange, was driving the wrong way on Route 9 north when their minivans crashed head on in South Amboy.

East Orange reportedly yanks money from Wells Fargo banks in protest

City officials said Wells Fargo made the its foreclosure crisis worse, neglecting vacant properties after forcing people out of their homes, according to the report. The city also pointed to the recent ethics scandal, in which employees were accused of creating 2 million accounts to meet high sales goals, as well as the bank's investment in the Dakota Access Pipeline.

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At Wednesday night's whopping six-hour council meeting, the Hoboken City Council approved a resolution for a land swap and new combined substation for PSE&G, a "traffic calming" plan in the town's southwest area, and the Hoboken Post Office Redevelopment Plan. Nearly 57 members of the public attended the meeting.

Sheriff's officers recover heroin, crack; arrest 2 in Newark

NEWARK -- Officers from the Essex County Sheriff's Bureau of Narcotics have arrested two people as part of an effort to tackle drug activity near S. 6th Street and Springfield Avenue, Sheriff Armando Fontoura said in a statement. Plainclothes sheriff's detectives were conducting surveillance of the area Thursday afternoon when they saw 18-year-old Rajohn Abney of Newark pacing in front of 421 S. 6th St. A 2002 Honda Civic with two people inside pulled up to the address, Fontoura said.

NJ 'cult' dad who raped and impregnated 5 daughters rots in prison

A North Jersey man serving a 90 years in prison for raping five of his daughters, one of whom he impregnated five times, lost an appeal this week. In public, Aswad Ayinde was an award-winning music video director for the Fugees.

Jersey City cop saw shooting that killed teen, wounded girl: court document

JERSEY CITY -- A city police officer witnessed the gunfire that killed a 19-year-old man and wounded a 10-year-old girl on Sunday, leading to the arrest of two men on murder charges. The Street Crimes Unit officer spotted Corey Pickett and Jonathan Ferrera, both 21, approach the victim, Jimmy Gregory, and saw them both take out handguns and fire at him, according to the criminal complaint.

Ex-Passaic mayor Alex Blanco sentenced to 27 months in prison

Ex-Passaic mayor Alex Blanco gets 27 months in prison Alex Blanco pleaded guilty to soliciting $110,000 bribes from housing developers Check out this story on northjersey.com: https://njersy.co/2pxW9fB Alex Blanco, the former mayor of Passaic, enters the federal courthouse where he is set to be sentenced on April 18, 2017. NEWARK - The former mayor of Passaic, Alex D. Blanco, was sentenced Tuesday to just over 27 months in prison with three years of supervised relief for soliciting $110,000 in bribes from two developers hired by the city to build affordable housing on Paulison Avenue.

East Orange officer fired gun in the city on Monday, authorities say

EAST ORANGE -- The Essex County Prosecutor's Office is investigating a Monday afternoon incident where an officer fired his gun in the city. The incident happened just before 3 p.m. in the 300 block of Park Avenue, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn Murray said in a release.

Garfield set to discuss police department bids

Garfield set to discuss police department bids Bids came in over budget. Check out this story on northjersey.com: https://njersy.co/2puF3zj GARFIELD - The 26 bids for the demolition and construction of a new police headquarters will be discussed tonight during the April 17 council meeting work session.

New details in shooting that killed teen, injured 10-year-old on Easter

JERSEY CITY - Joey Khan was working at Eat and Take Food Sunday night when deadly gunfire erupted in front of the Ocean Avenue business. He had just finished packing up french fries for a woman when the shots rang out, he said.

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