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Each week Patch highlights some of the top headlines from around Essex County.
Montclair police are investigating an armed robbery that took place last weekend when a man flashed a gun at two people sitting in a car and took their money and cell phones.
Association contributes iPads, software, an air conditioner, kitchen appliances and scholarships to assist special education in Nutley schools.
A 20-year-old Fairfield man was arrested Dec. 15 on DUI charges following a traffic stop in Lyndhurst near the Nutley border, officials said.
Food Network Star and Cedar Grove native Amanda Freitag takes on popular cooking competition.
Witness tells police suspects fled from home carry a backpack loaded with computers and jewelry.
The fitness center will allow women to train in small groups and accomplish their goals.
School informed last week it will be evicted from Mount Pleasant Avenue building Jan. 31 leaving parents scrambling for alternatives.
Newark officials released 36 emails about the $100 million donation Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg made in 2010 to city schools.
While children may have visions of sugar plums this holiday season, Laurie Jung, the school nurse at Burnet Hill Elementary, wishes their dreams were of fresh plums – or strawberries or any other food with good nutritional value.
The school collects almost 400 coats for NJCares annual coat drive.
Comic book heroes are typically known for saving fictional lives, but Saint Barnabas Health Care System has found a way for them to save real ones.
Sheriff took oath Wednesday morning at Veterans Courthouse for record-setting term.
Susan Sturner suffers from fibromyalgia, Hepatitis C and a host of other ailments. To ease her pain, her doctor recently prescribed her with one thing that will help: medical marijuana.
School community raises money for Sayreville partnership as part of its new program "Millburn Gives Back"