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Plainfield is located in southeastern New Jersey. The city has been nicknamed "The Queen City" and has the motto "Town of a Hundred Millionaires." The area was settled by Quakers in the late seventeenth century and was incorporated in 1869. The city is known in music history as the birthplace of P-funk. Notable residents have included author Judy Blume, actor Benjamin Brown, musician George Clinton (Parliament-Funkadelic), actress Mary McCormack (Murder One, The West Wing, In Plain Sight), and banjo musician Fred Van Eps.

Population: 47829
Local Newspapers: South Plainfield Observer
Local Sports Teams: MetroStars New Jersey Devils New Jersey Gladiators New Jersey Nets
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Towns/Cities near plainfield, new jersey : Scotch Plains Mountainside Westfield Watchung Dunellen Garwood Cranford

Plainfield News
Accused burglar arrested 3 times, released twice will now stay in jail

ELIZABETH -- A man who was released on burglary charges, and then allegedly committed additional break-ins before he was arrested again , now has waived any request for a court hearing on his possible release from custody. Duwad Ward, 23, who faces charges in four different counties, appeared in court again Friday, and his lawyer told a judge he would not seek a hearing to fight his detention.

Designer bag bingo benefits homeless pets

NORTH PLAINFIELD -- The Plainfield Area Humane Society will host Designer Bag Bingo on March 25 at St. Luke's Church at 300 Clinton Ave. in North Plainfield. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. with bingo beginning at 7:15 p.m. All bags are guaranteed designer with no knockoffs, and proceeds go toward the care of animals at the shelter.

Cops in this N.J. city will be able to tow out-of-town taxis

PLAINFIELD -- City police will soon be able to tow out-of-town cabs that unlawfully pick up passengers in Plainfield , despite the protests of taxi companies that said the new rule goes too far to restrict their freedom. An ordinance passed Monday gives police officers discretion to tow cabs without Plainfield licenses that pick up people within city borders, violating a rule allowing out-of-town companies to drop off, but not solicit, passengers in Plainfield.

Plainfield dad admits beating 4-month-old son to death

After initially trying to flee the state, a Plainfield man has admitted to hitting his 4-month-old son in the head several times in 2013, ultimately resulting in the boy's death. Michael Bell, 39, pleaded guilty to one count of aggravated manslaughter for the death of his son Zion, acting Union County Prosecutor Grace H. Park announced.

The Daily Rundown: Wednesday, March 15

The Daily Rundown: Wednesday, March 15 What's happening and what you need to know in Central Jersey Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://mycj.co/2mJPxd1 A Jersey Cash 5 ticket, worth $656,531, was sold at Jersey Spirit & Wine, 2285 Fairway Plaza, Route 9 North. Jersey Spirit & Wine will receive a $2,000 bonus for selling the winning ticket, New Jersey Lottery Executive Director Carole Hedinger said.

Plainfield store fights fed food stamp ban after trafficking allegation

PLAINFIELD -- The owner of a city convenience store is suing the federal Department of Agriculture after being barred from accepting food stamps when the agency found the store was illegally paying cash for the stamps. Federal authorities permanently banned 5M Deli from accepting food stamps over allegation of paying cash from the stamps, a violation of the regulations.

Westfield pizza shop owner picks up employees for work on snow day

The owner of a Westfield pizza shop went out and picked up his employees Tuesday so that he could serve customers during a major snowstorm. Casa Di Pizza owner Steve Burkat says that he figured people in town would need to eat lunch and he wanted to be able to help them.

Storm snowfall totals: How much did your town get?

Storm snowfall totals: How much did your town get? See how much snow has fallen across the Shore. Check out this story on mycentraljersey.com: http://on.app.com/2njnILR Belmar Mayor Matt Doherty talks about building up the sand berms to help prevent coastal flooding in preparation for the storm in Belmar, NJ Monday March 13, 2017.

Sleet and snow batter Central Jersey this morning

At 8:30 a.m. the furious battle between sleet and snow continues in the atmosphere over Central Jersey.The snow had accumulated only about 5 inches in the Neshanic Station section of Branchburg. Sleet and snow batter Central Jersey this morning At 8:30 a.m. the furious battle between sleet and snow continues in the atmosphere over Central Jersey.The snow had accumulated only about 5 inches in the Neshanic Station section of Branchburg.

Women toss $2.2K in stolen goods during stop, cops say

Four women who went on a $2,200 shoplifting spree at Marshall's and TJ Maxx stores are facing various charges after an officer saw them toss stolen goods from car windows, police said. Charged are Kina Oneal, 35; Camilla Mishoe, 34; Lataya Cofield, 32; and Asa Braxton, 38, all of Plainfield, N.J. Mansfield Township officers at 8:26 p.m. March 9 were called to Marshall's for a description of four women seen shoplifting at the store.

Perth Amboy-area partnership seeks to improve prenatal care

A $28,000 grant recently provided by the March of Dimes to the Jewish Renaissance Medical Center will help both parties realize the common goals of proper prenatal care for healthy pregnancies, reducing pre-term birth rates and providing support for Central Jersey families. JRMC contacted March of Dimes to establish the relationship, hoping to tie in its Centering Pregnancy initiative.

Plainfield decides against selling million-dollar paintings

A New Jersey city is abandoning plans to sell two million-dollar paintings as a means to fund a new program aimed at helping students financially prepare for their future education. The Courier News reports officials in Plainfield have instead opted to create a seven-member commission to review all aspects of the Plainfield Promise program and deliver a report in six months.

Driver, 19, who died in Christmas Eve crash was drunk, cops say

PLAINFIELD -- A 19-year-old who was killed on Christmas Eve when he slammed into a police car at 70 mph had a blood alcohol concentration twice the legal limit at the time of the crash, police said Wednesday. Israel Velasquez Cruz's blood alcohol level was 0.165 when he rear-ended the car of an on-duty Plainfield officer at about 9:25 p.m. at East Second Street and Watchung Avenue, Police Director Carl Riley said.

Confusing Pay-to-Play Laws, Though Well-Intentioned, Can Hurt Business and Jobs

One of the most frustrating things about pay-to-play law is its stunning inconsistency. Because of loopholes, a firm in one place can make many contributions and still receive a lucrative contract, while another can make a single, minor contribution and be forced to give up its public work.

Bill Evans: Time Remembered

Bill Evans: Time Remembered A Film by Bruce Spiegel 2016 In the opening segment of Bruce Spiegel's splendid documentary, Time Remembered , Evans explains in an early interview: "Ultimately, I came to the conclusion that all I must do is take care of the music. Even if I do it in a closet.

New Jersey mosques face threats

New Jersey mosques face threats A Jersey City mosque reported that it received a threatening letter calling for violence against Muslims. Check out this story on northjersey.com: http://northjersy.news/2lnkq9N Jim Sues, executive director of the New Jersey Chapter of the Council on American-Islamic Relations, in his South Plainfield office where.

Most expensive towns in Somerset County by the square foot

While Somerset County is among one of the most affluent in the state, none of the communities are among most expensive or rank among the best bargains in New Jersey. Even so, only Bound Brook has a median home listing price per square foot below the state median of $161 per square foot, according to date collected by Zillow for November of 2016.

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