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Notable residents include Queen Latifah , rapper, singer, actress, producer, Jerry Lewis, comedian, actor, director, Sybil Moses, Prosecutor of the "Dr. X " Mario Jascalevich murder case and New Jersey Superior Court judge, Blanche Noyes, pioneering female aviator who was among the first ten women to receive a pilot's license, Mark William Rudd, educator and anti-war activist, Raheem Morris, head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Population: 60695
Local Newspapers: The Star-Ledger
Local Sports Teams: New Jersey Devils (NHL) New Jersey Nets (NBA) New York Red Bulls (MLS)
Local Colleges: Rutgers University - Newark Seton Hall University School of Law

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Towns/Cities near irvington, new jersey : Newark Orange Union Elizabeth Maplewood Milburn Hillside

Irvington News
Man charged with breaking into Newark wellness center

NEWARK -- A 51-year-old Irvington man was charged with breaking into a health and wellness center in Newark Sunday morning, after police arrived on the scene in time to catch him inside, authorities said. Caz Minor was charged with burglary in an incident that occurred just before 6 a.m., at the Rev.

Prosecutors: Video shows scorned Irvington Police Capt. Monique...

Prosecutors say a surveillance video played in court today shows a scorned Irvington police captain driving recklessly while chasing down her ex-boyfriend to confront him for breaking up with her. A video played for the jury appears to show Monique Smith driving over a median while she chased her former boyfriend, Newark Councilman John James.

Garfield set to discuss police department bids

Garfield set to discuss police department bids Bids came in over budget. Check out this story on 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.

Irvington police investigating overnight shooting of Newark man

IRVINGTON -- Police are investigating the overnight shooting of a 43-year-old Newark man in the 200 block of Nesbit Terrace. The man, who has not been identified, is in critical condition but remains stable, Irvington Director of Public Safety Tracy Bowers said.

Former Newark Mayor Sharpe James testifies in trial of woman accused of attacking son John James

Former Newark Mayor Sharpe James testified Wednesday in the trial of a high-ranking Irvington police officer accused of getting into an altercation with his son and her ex-boyfriend, Newark City Councilman John James. Prosecutors say Monique Smith became enraged on the day of her promotion ceremony to police captain because John James ended their relationship via email.

Sharpe James back in court; this time his son's ex-girlfriend is on trial

The officer, Monique Smith, is accused of striking South Ward Councilman John Sharpe James' SUV three times as she followed him through the streets of Newark in January 2015, after James broke off their two-month relationship via email. In the second day of testimony before Superior Court Judge Michael L. Ravin, the elder James told the jury he received a call from his son on the night of Jan. 5, saying he was being chased by a police officer.

New judge sworn in

Dombeck, a 1996 graduate of the Jewish Educational Center's Rav Teitz Mesivta Academy, lives in Hillside with his wife Suries, a graduate of JEC's Bruriah High School, and their five children. "Seth possesses the attributes of intelligence, fairness, and kindness to a high degree," said Rav Elazar Mayer Teitz, Rav HaIr of Elizabeth/Hillside and dean of the JEC.

Passion, a promotion fueled clash between cop and councilman boyfriend, lawyer says

NEWARK -- South Ward Councilman John Sharpe James described for an Essex County jury Thursday how his ex-girlfriend, an Irvington police officer , chased him down the streets of Newark and struck his SUV three times after he dumped her by email in January 2015. Wearing a tan suit and bright blue tie, James , 48, told the jury that Monique Smith -- who had been promoted that day to the rank of captain -- rear-ended his Nissan Xterra twice and side-swiped it once with her Honda Accord as she raced from his Pomona Avenue to his father's home on Wilbur Avenue to confront him over the breakup.

Sharpe James due in court again, this time as a witness | Di Ionno

Irvington Police Capt. Monique Smith at hearing in Essex County Superior Court last year with her former defense attorney Anthony Pope.

Man gets 99 years for killing 3 on Christmas morning at go-go bar

NEWARK -- An Essex County judge Tuesday sentenced a city man to a total of 99 years in prison for killing three people and injuring two others at a go-go bar in Irvington early Christmas Day three years ago. Imposing sentence on Anthony Fields, 22, in a courtroom filled with family and friends of the man's victims, Superior Court Judge Martin G. Cronin said Fields' actions that morning in 2013 reflected a sentence "that deters others from even imagining our society condones that kind of conduct."

'Arsenal' seized in home of alleged Bloods gang member, sheriff says

IRVINGTON -- An alleged Bloods gang member, who was already in jail, faces new charges after Essex County Sheriff's detectives seized weapons and heroin in a raid at his Irvington apartment, officials said Thursday. The search revealed two loaded Smith and Wesson semi-automatic handguns, a loaded sawed-off 12 gauge Benelli Nova pump action shotgun, a loaded 12 gauge Kel-Tech shotgun and a loaded .22-caliber Ruger semi-automatic rifle that was stolen from Manchester Township.

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