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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

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Former New Jersey cop claims he spoke to God

Ex-New Jersey cop accused of drunk driving in fatal crash that killed two of his friends says that he now 'speaks to God' after the accident and believes it happened for a reason A former New Jersey police officer on trial in New York for the deadly wrong-way crash after a night of drinking claimed he has talked to God. As Pedro Abad was preparing to enter a court on Friday, the 29-year-old said he has spoken to a higher power after he was involved in a fatal car crash that smashed into a tractor-trailer on a Staten Island highway in 2015.

Linden police request public's help to ID Dunkin' Donuts robbers

Authorities are requesting the public's help to identify two men accused of robbing a Dunkin' Donuts at gunpoint in Linden. Officials said the men entered the store together and demanded money from the clerk while one of the alleged robbers pulled out a handgun.

'I think the people are dead,' witness in wrong-way crash told 911 operator

Pedro Abad's trial resumed Tuesday with powerful testimony from two prosecution witnesses - Eddie Canela, a limousine driver who came upon the wreck moments after Abad's Honda Civic collided with a tractor trailer on the West Shore Expressway, and Adrian Cedeno a passenger in a box truck which, he said, swerved out of the way of the defendant's car. Abad is the former Linden, N.J cop accused of speeding and driving drunk the wrong-way on the West Shore Expressway on March 20, 2015, and slamming into a tractor trailing, killing two passengers while seriously injuring himself and another passenger.

Wrong-way-crash cop Pedro Abad to face jury Monday; trial to start in state Supreme Court

Former Linden, N.J. cop Pedro Abad will face a jury on Monday for the first time, 25 months after, prosecutors allege, he drove drunk the wrong way on the West Shore Expressway and plowed into a tractor trailer, killing two passengers in his car. The criminal trial for Abad, 29, will begin in state Supreme Court, St. George, with opening statements and witness testimony.

Can wrong-way crash cop Pedro Abad win at trial? Legal experts weigh in

Pedro Abad, the former Linden, N.J. cop charged in a fatal wrong-way crash on the West Shore Expressway two years ago, has decided to roll the dice and go to trial. On Monday, prosecutors and the defense will present their opening arguments to a jury in state Supreme Court, St. George.

Connector road to ease Linden truck traffic

Longtime Linden Councilman Ralph Strano and others have been fighting for a road connecting the city's industrial section to the Turnpike Connector road project to ease Linden truck traffic, add jobs Longtime Linden Councilman Ralph Strano and others have been fighting for a road connecting the city's industrial section to the Turnpike Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/2opyjm0 State Sen. Nicholas Scutari, D-22nd District, and Senate President Steve Sweeney speak during a news conference in Linden on Wednesday.

Wrong-way-crash cop's trial to start Monday; Pedro Abad faces hefty sentence if guilty

The criminal trial for Abad, the former Linden, N.J. cop charged in a fatal wrong-way crash on the West Shore Expressway two years ago, will begin Monday morning in state Supreme Court, St. George, with opening statements and witness testimony. A jury of seven men and five women, along with six alternate jurors, have been selected to hear the case.

Jury selection begins in wrong-way-crash cop Pedro Abad's trial

Jury selection began Monday in the criminal trial of Pedro Abad, the former Linden, N.J. cop charged in a fatal wrong-way crash on the West Shore Expressway two years ago. Twenty-seven individuals were excused, leaving the remaining 53 to be questioned in the afternoon by the judge and lawyers for both sides.

Chilling details of gun fight with accused bomber revealed in court papers

Gunfire erupted across East Elizabeth Avenue in Linden on Sept. 19, 2016. City police officers rushed to the scene as accused bomber Ahmad Kahn Rahimi allegedly unleashed a barrage of bullets.

Former marine recruiter indicted in sex assault case involving 3 children

ELIZABETH -- A Union County grand jury has indicted a Marine Corps soldier on charges of sexual assault, endangering a minor and lewdness after a motorist attempted to lure three children into his vehicle . Wade Phillips, 27, of Linden, faces three counts each of second-degree sexual assault, third-degree endangering the welfare of a child and third-degree lewdness.

'Not his first rodeo,' prosecutor says of wrong-way-crash cop's strip club visit

In fact, Abad, the former Linden, N.J. cop charged in a fatal wrong-way crash on the West Shore Expressway two years ago after he allegedly had been drinking at Curves had been at the gentleman's club six times within the four-month period before the wreck, and 12 times overall, prosecutors said Thursday at a pretrial hearing. Moreover, Abad had been at Curves only three days before the March 20, 2015 crash in which he plowed into a tractor trailer around 4:40 a.m., killing two passengers in his car, Joseph Rodriguez and Linden P.O. Frank Viggiano, both 28, Assistant District Attorney Mark Palladino told the court.

Accused New York, New Jersey bomber seeks to move trial to neighbouring Vermont

NEW YORK: An Afghan-born U.S. citizen, charged with setting off bombs last September in New York and New Jersey, is seeking to move his upcoming trial from Manhattan to Vermont, arguing he cannot get a fair trial in the city where he is accused of injuring 30 people.Ahmad Rahimi's defence lawyer filed a motion requesting a change of venue late on Wednesday in federal court in Manhattan, six months before his trial is set to begin with jury selection on Oct. 2.Rahimi, 29, is facing federal and state charges in New York and New Jersey after authorities say he detonated bombs in the Chelsea neighbourhood of Manhattan and in the coastal New Jersey town of Seaside Heights.The bomb in New York injured 30 people but did not kill anyone, while the explosion in New Jersey did not hurt anyone.Rahimi also left behind unexploded bombs in New York and in Elizabeth, New Jersey, before he was captured ... (more)

Keep accused bomber Ahmad Rahimi's trial in Union County, prosecutors say

ELIZABETH -- When 21 people were picked for a grand jury last November to hear evidence about the shootout in which accused bomber Ahmad Kahn Rahimi was arrested, less than half the jurors recognized his name, prosecutors say. The shootout with Linden police in which two officers were wounded , occurred two months earlier, and grabbed national headlines, but most of the grand jury members had not heard of media coverage of the case, Union County Assistant Prosecutors Ann Luvera and Stephen Kaiser said in papers filed in court.

Stopping the Pilgrim Pipeline before it's too late

Can you build an oil pipeline through the Garden State even if almost everyone who has heard about it is against it? Stopping the Pilgrim Pipeline before it's too late Can you build an oil pipeline through the Garden State even if almost everyone who has heard about it is against it? Check out this story on northjersey.com: https://njersy.co/2oBXVip Carole Henry of Cresskill, Alex Tursi of Mahwah and Carole Hodges of Tenafly Green Team, L-R, protested against the proposed Pilgrim Pipeline in this April 19, 2016 file photo.

Body found inside Linden home, officials say

LINDEN -- A body was found inside a home on East Henry Street Sunday, according to a married couple who said they are tenants of the two-story house. In a statement, the Union County Prosecutor's Office would only confirm that it was "investigating the circumstances behind the death" of a man and that the cause of the death was pending an autopsy.

NJ cops will give out thousands of tickets in April for texting-while-driving

Across the state, 189 police departments and law enforcement agencies are part of the "U Drive, U Text, U Pay" enforcement campaign that began Saturday to look for drivers texting and talking on hand-held devices. The campaign, which coincides with April being designated as National Distracted Driving Month, also targets other forms of distracted driving, including using a phone or navigational system, eating and drinking, reading and watching videos.

Roselle Catholic teacher charged with having sex with student

ELIZABETH -- A technology teacher at Roselle Catholic High School has been charged with having a sexual relationship with a student, acting Union County Prosecutor Grace Park said Friday. Theresa Hrindo, 25, is charged with two counts of sexual assault, two counts of endangering the welfare of a child, and one count of hindering apprehension.

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