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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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Towns/Cities near linden, new jersey : Elizabeth Cranford Roselle Rahway Colonia Clark Carteret Port Reading

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Inside the high-pressure world of N.J.'s hardest-to-get-into high schools

This story is part of "N.J.'s hardest-to-get-into high schools," an NJ Advance Media special report on the rise of specialized public high schools for top students around the state. SCOTCH PLAINS -- Walk into Union County Magnet High School in Scotch Plains and one of the first rooms you see off the lobby is the new "maker space."

JERSEY MAYHEMLinden police report shooting, car crash Sunday...

Linden police report shooting, car crash Sunday morning Incidents happened hours apart and were unrelated Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/2r5S0Dz LINDEN - At about 1:15 a.m. this morning, May 21, Linden Police units responded to the 1600 block of Clinton St. to a reported shooting, according to police spokesman Lt. Christopher Guenther.

Year after terror blast, military race returns to Jersey Shore

There was never any doubt the Semper Five road 5K, interrupted last September by an explosion from a bomb left in a trash can along the route, would return. "We made our decision immediately and we wanted to come back bigger and strong," race director Frank Costello told New Jersey 101.5. "And the way the numbers are going so far this year, it looks like there's going to be a lot more people."

Accused bomber Ahmad Rahimi wants police shootout charges dropped

ELIZABETH -- A lawyer for accused bomber Ahmad Kahn Rahimi will argue in court Monday for dismissal of the charges filed after the shootout with Linden police who captured the suspected terrorist. Superior Court Judge Regina Caulfield will hear Rahimi's lawyer, Deputy Public Defender Peter Liguori, make his case for dropping the charges of attempted murder of five police officers .

Victim killed in hit-and-run identified as 23-year-old Mujahid Henry

Linden police say a pedestrian was struck by a vehicle and killed early Friday morning in the 1,200 block of East Linden Avenue. The Union County Prosecutors' Office says 23-year-old Newark resident Mujahid Henry was struck and killed by a vehicle driven by 33-year-old Elizabeth resident Eduardo Perez.

Driver involved in fatal Linden hit-and-run in custody

Authorities said the fatal crash happened around 12:30 a.m. in the 1,200 block of East Linden Avenue. Linden police said the driver involved in the crash fled the scene.

The Daily Rundown: Friday, May 12

The Daily Rundown: Friday, May 12 What's happening and what you need to know in Central Jersey Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/2qzsZ3s Union County Freeholder Angel G. Estrada presents Evelyn Burnett Marchione with a resolution congratulating her on being named Linden's 2017 Outstanding Senior Citizen of the Year by the Linden Department of Public Property and Community Services during the city's 59th annual Senior Citizen Day ceremony at the John T. Gregorio Recreation Center in Linden.

'Suspicious' fire causes $80K in damage to Linden playground

A playground at Wales Park was destroyed by a fire Sunday afternoon and police are investigating the cause, calling it "suspicious." According to the police the fire was reported just after 4:30 on Sunday afternoon with officers finding "a large fire with heavy black smoke in the playground area."

Feds: NJ man accused of helping ISIS

Feds: Point Pleasant man accused of helping ISIS Gregory Lepsky, 20, of Point Pleasant will face a federal judge at 2:30 p.m. Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://on.app.com/2qMkVbO Newark, NJ, FBI Special Agent in Charge Tim Gallagher speaks about the investigation that lead to the arrest of Ahmad Khan Rahami in Linden, NJ. NJ Transit commuters feel safe due to added police presence, but they're still remaining vigilant after explosions in Seaside Park, New York and at the Elizabeth train station.

Abad 'at peace' with guilty verdict, lawyer says; decision took about three hours

After 10 days of testimony from more than two dozen witness, and more than 75 exhibits offered into evidence, jurors needed only about three hours on Thursday to convict Pedro Abad, a former Linden, N.J. cop, of driving drunkenly the wrong way on the West Shore Expressway two years ago and slamming into a tractor trailer, killing two passengers in his car. Abad, garbed in a brown suit, shirt and tie, sat calmly at the defense table as the jury forewoman announced the verdict in state Supreme Court, St. George.

Pedro Abad trial summations: It's all about the numbers

Specifically, .24 percent, Abad's alleged blood alcohol content, which, the defense claims, is inaccurate, and six -- the number of drinks the defense alleges Abad consumed before the crash on West Shore Expressway two years ago that killed two of his passengers, Joseph Rodriguez and Frank Viggiano, and seriously injured Abad and another passenger, Patrik Kudlac. "This whole case comes down to a test and a number that I told you they're not going to be able to justify," defense lawyer Mario F. Gallucci said in his summation, referring to Abad's alleged blood alcohol content.

Alleged wrong-way-crash cop Pedro Abad declines to testify; no witnesses for defense

Jurors have listened to more than two dozen witnesses testify over the course of 10 days at alleged wrong-way crash cop Pedro Abad's criminal trial, but there's one witness they won't hear from -- the defendant himself. At a conference outside the jury's presence Monday in state Supreme Court St. George, Abad affirmed he won't take the witness stand.

Bombing suspect's attempted murder trial stays in Jersey

A man accused of setting off bombs last year in New Jersey and New York has lost a change of venue request regarding his trial on attempted murder charges stemming from a shootout with police. NJ.com reported Monday that a New Jersey judge ruled late last month that Ahmad Rahimi's trial will not be moved.

Linden claims fraud, seeks to stop charter school

Linden education officials are calling on the state to stop a charter school with ties to the North Jersey Turkish community. State asked to stop charter school from opening amid allegations of fraud Linden education officials are calling on the state to stop a charter school with ties to the North Jersey Turkish community.

No turn at dead end sends car into Linden home

Police say a wrong turn, or rather the lack of a turn contributed to a a car driving into a city home. The incident happened early Sunday morning when a driver heading north on Woodlawn Avenue did not make a turn at dead end continuing into the driveway of a house.

Law & disorder: 2 shooting arrests, Abad trial and South Shore drug bust top week's events

A Stapleton teen has been charged with two counts of attempted murder after a double shooting in Stapleton on Easter Sunday. On April 16, Joshua Gourdine, 16, allegedly shot a 17-year-old male in the thigh and a 15-year-old male in the buttocks near 212 Broad St. at around 9 p.m., according to an NYPD spokesman.

The Rahway mayor still needs lessons in driving, candor | Editorial

Rahway mayor Samson Steinman will return to work at the end of the month after an unscheduled retreat, and we hope he has straightened out whatever "personal issues" are causing him to drive into parked cars every so often. But this is getting to be a disturbing pattern, and it is time for the mayor to explain why he can't keep his Dodge Durango on the road, or find a line of work that involves either a chauffeur or a bus pass.

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