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Bordering Staten Island and thirteen miles from downtown Manhattan, Linden was incorporated as a city in 1925. Originally formed as a township in 1861 inden was made up of parts of Cranford, Roselle, and Linden borough. Today the city is home to the Bayway Refinery and the Merck & Co. pharmaceutical company. Recently films including The Wrestler starring Mickey Rourke and Valentine's Day starring Ashton Kutcher included scenes filmed in Linden

Population: 39432
Local Newspapers: The Union County News
Local Sports Teams: New Jersey Nets (NBA) NHL Devils (NHL)
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Zip Codes associated with linden, new jersey:
Towns/Cities near linden, new jersey : Elizabeth Cranford Roselle Rahway Colonia Clark Carteret Port Reading

Linden News
Decision day for wrong-way crash cop Abad: Plead guilty or go to trial

Pedro Abad, the former Linden, N.J. police officer charged in a fatal, wrong-way crash on the West Shore Expressway two years ago, has a big choice to make Wednesday. Abad must decide whether to accept a plea offer which would require him to spend at least five years behind bars and, perhaps, as many as 21, or elect to go to trial.

Suspicious package causes evacuations in New Jersey

A bomb squad has dismantled a suspicious package that led to the evacuation of two apartment buildings in New Jersey. A hearing resumes Wednesday in New Hampshire on whether a prep school graduate convicted of using a computer to lure a girl for sex deserves a new trial.

Residents allowed back home after suspicious device found in Linden

Residents in two apartment buildings on the 1100 block of West St. Georges Avenue in Linden were allowed back home after they were evacuated as a precaution when a suspicious device was found. Linden Mayor Derek Armstead says that he was not prepared to call the device a bomb because the investigation is still ongoing.

Bomb squad, FBI in Linden: Suspicious 'decoy' device detonated

Police were alerted to the package about 6 p.m. on the 1100 block of West St. Georges Avenue. After 8:45 p.m., the department said the "device" had been "disrupted" by the bomb squad.

Bomb squad investigating suspicious package, evacuates 2 buildings in Linden

The package was reported at about 6 p.m. in the 1100 block of W. St. George Avenue, Linden police said on Facebook.

Suspicious package in Linden leads to residential evacuations

The investigation into a suspicious package on W. St. George Avenue has caused road closures and the evacuation of two apartment buildings. Lt. Christopher Guenther of the Linden Police Department said authorities were alerted to the package at 6 p.m. It was located shortly afterwards and the area was cleared.

PE-backed PANOS buys Walden Farms

PANOS Holdings, Inc. , a portfolio company of Hammond, Kennedy, Whitney & Company, Inc. , announced today that it closed on the acquisition of Walden Farms, LLC on February 17, 2017. Walden Farms is a leading provider of branded calorie-free foods that span several categories, including salad dressings, syrups, coffee creamers, and sauces.

Fire at abandoned Linden warehouse called suspicious

LINDEN -- Authorities on Friday labeled a three-alarm fire that destroyed part of an abandoned warehouse suspicious, but they said it was too soon to know whether the fire had been set on purpose. Fire Chief Joseph Dooley said investigators had ruled out the possibility that Wednesday's blaze, which shut down New Jersey Transit lines for hours, was caused by a technical failure.

NEWS New Jersey film manufacturer Dana Poly moves to new, larger location

Plastic bag and film maker Dana Poly Inc. recently unveiled its new home in Dover, N.J., and it offers more than three times the capacity of its former location. "I was looking for many years to purchase a building with a rail siding," said Mendy Rosner, owner and president.

Large fire at old vacant factory temporarily disrupts NJ Transit service overnight in Linden

A large fire at an old vacant factory in Linden burned for hours overnight, causing transit disruptions, but service resumed this morning. Firefighters were on scene for several hours, and surrounding streets were blocked off as trains bypassed the Linden train station.

Redevelopment planned for Linden warehouse

On the same day a longtime vacant Linden warehouse building was damaged in a three-alarm fire, the city received redevelopment proposals Redevelopment planned for Linden warehouse damaged in fire On the same day a longtime vacant Linden warehouse building was damaged in a three-alarm fire, the city received redevelopment proposals Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/2lnmZaV LINDEN - On the same day a longtime vacant West Elizabeth Avenue warehouse building was damaged in a three-alarm fire, the city received proposals for the redevelopment of the former industrial site with contaminated soil.

Linden officer faces lawsuit in off-duty hit-and-run crash

ELIZABETH -- A Linden police officer who pleaded guilty in June to leaving the scene of an off-duty accident is now facing a lawsuit from the other driver who says he is still suffering from injuries sustained in the crash. Linden police Officer James Schulhafer, left, talking with his lawyer after a hearing at the New Providence Municipal Court last June.

Accused bomber Ahmad Rahimi has federal trial postponed

MANHATTAN -- The alleged mastermind behind bombings in New York and New Jersey in September has been granted more time to prepare his defense after a federal judge on Friday set a new trial date. U.S. District Judge Richard Berman in Manhattan set an Oct. 2 trial date for Ahmad Khan Rahimi, 29, who faces life in prison on an eight-count indictment related to two Sept.

Don't use the b-word

Don't use the b-word Snow totals added up throughout North Jersey but this storm was no blizzard Check out this story on northjersey.com: http://northjersy.news/2kTmm93 20013276A HACKENSACK GEORGIEV 1/23/16 Louie Macaro rides his bicycle on Main street in the shopping district of Hackensack in near blizzard conditions on Saturday morning. He took out the brakeless bike to check its performance on snow and was trying to make it to his home in nearby Teaneck.

Two plead guilty to giving Linden man opioids that killed him

Joseph Colatrella, left, and Alexandria Marcino, right, are charged with first-degree crimes for allgedly providing drugs that resulted in a Linden man's overdose last August. ELIZABETH -- Hours before a Linden man was found dead in his home, two Union County residents helped him get the drugs that killed him.

Plan to pipe 400K barrels of oil through N.J. Highlands hits big setback

MAHWAH - A controversial proposal to pipe 400,000 barrels across protected watersheds in North Jersey every day suffered a big setback last week. That's because two companies that the owner of the proposed Pilgrim Pipeline told the New York Department of Environmental Conservation that it would use to build pumps at their terminals have disavowed the project.

How much work does it take to investigate a school threat? Tons, says Linden chief

LINDEN -- When someone makes an anonymous threat of violence against a school, just how much energy and personnel are required to investigate that threat? In Linden this week, the answer was tons of energy and hundreds of people, according to Police Chief Jonathan Parham. When he was asked to estimate how many authorities responded to the scene -- and how many investigators were working behind the scenes -- Parham can only guess that it required "several hundred."

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