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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.
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
Man convicted of manslaughter after deadly fight at barbecue
Ronald Smith, 29, of Irvington was convicted of manslaughter in the fatal shooting of Bruce Miles, Jr.,27, also of Irvington. NEWARK -- An Essex County jury on Friday convicted a 29-year-old Irvington man of manslaughter after he shot and killed Bruce Miles Jr. during a pre-school graduation barbecue in 2014, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn A. Murray said.Irvington teen, Maplewood woman ID'd as back-to-back shooting victims
NEWARK -- Authorities have identified the two people shot and killed in separate slayings in the city over the past two days, while revealing few other details about their deaths. A 17-year-old boy, Raquan Boundurant, of Irvington, was shot and killed Sunday near the intersection of Rose and Bergen Streets, Katherine Carter, a spokeswoman for the Essex County Prosecutor's Office, confirmed Wednesday.Random check leads to pot arrest
206. The check showed that the vehicle was unregistered and the owner bad a suspended driver's license. A motor vehicle stop was initiated and while speaking to the occupants, the officer smelled marijuana coming from the vehicle.Man dies after being struck by 2 vehicles in Newark, authorities say
NEWARK -- A 57-year-old Irvington man died after he was struck by two vehicles in Newark's West Ward Thursday night, authorities said. Melvin Thomas was hit by a BMW as he tried to cross South Orange Avenue, near South Munn Avenue, around 8:10 p.m., Acting Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn A. Murray and Newark Public Safety Director Anthony Ambrose said in a statement.Samuel Reed, accused of multiple sexual assaults in Irvington, surrenders to police
Authorities say Samuel Reed turned himself in Friday morning following the large amount of media coverage surrounding his alleged crimes. Irvington police say the women were attacked near the intersection of Grove Street and Nye Avenue at various hours of the day and night.Man wanted in series of sex assaults surrenders, Irvington police say
IRVINGTON -- The man suspected in a rash of sexual assaults in Irvington surrendered to police Friday morning, according to township Public Safety Director Director Tracy Bowers. Samuel Reed, 41, faces charges including aggravated sexual assault, kidnapping and weapons offenses, police said.Police ID man suspected in rash of Irvington sex assaults
Samuel Reed, 41, is accused of weapons offenses, two counts of aggravated sexual assault and kidnapping, according to an alert issued by Irvington investigators. The attacks took place between Jan. 17 and Monday near the Newark-Irvington line, around Grove Street and Nye Avenue, police said.Man released through bail reform charged with shooting
Authorities say a man opened fire on a home just weeks after he was released with a monitoring bracelet under New Jersey's new bail reform law. Police have charged 24-year-old Joseph Brown of Irvington with aggravated assault, unlawful possession of a weapon, resisting arrest and eluding.Bail reform again criticized after freed Newark suspect charged in shooting
NEWARK -- Law enforcement officials in the state's largest city have joined a growing chorus of police officials across New Jersey who say a recent change in the state's bail system is resulting in the release of suspects who should remain behind bars. Public Safety Director Anthony Ambrose said Joseph Brown, 24, of Irvington, fired a gun at a home on South 11th Street on March 2 weeks after he was released from jail on weapons and drug charges.Ilene Cummings
"I've had two lives," says Ilene Cummings, who grew up in Irvington, New Jersey, got married after high school and had five children by age 35. "I was a full-time homemaker: PTA and apple pie."Armed Man Sexually Assaults Women on NJ Street: Police
Police are looking for a man in a series of violent sexual assaults at a New Jersey intersection since January. Irvington police say the man threatened women with a handgun near the intersection of Grove Street and Nye Avenue, near the Newark border, often between 3 p.m. and 3 a.m. The suspect is approximately 35 years old and between 5-feet-4 and 5-feet-8 in height, police say.Why Tenants Lose When They Go Up Against Landlords in Newark
IRVINGTON -- A two-alarm blaze at a duplex displaced three residents and left a firefighter with a minor burn in Irvington, fire officials said Wednesday. No one was home when crews responded to the fire around noon Tuesday on Dupont Place, near Chestnut Avenue, according to Fire Chief Antonio Gary.5th man charged in scrap yard armed robbery, shootout with police
ELIZABETH -- A fifth person has been arrested in a 2014 violent armed robbery of a city scrap yard and a shootout with police on Routes 1&9, authorities said. In April 2014, police cars surround a truck that was stopped on North Avenue in Elizabeth following an armed robbery and a shootout.Irvington homicide victim identified as Newark woman
IRVINGTON -- The victim of Irvington's first homicide of the year was identified as a 31-year-old Newark woman, authorities said. Tajmiah Phillips was fatally shot around 1:30 a.m. Saturday on Hillside Terrace, said Katherine Carter, a spokeswoman for the Essex County Prosecutor's Office.
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