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Notable residents include Queen Latifah , rapper, singer, actress, producer, Jerry Lewis, comedian, actor, director, Sybil Moses, Prosecutor of the "Dr. X " Mario Jascalevich murder case and New Jersey Superior Court judge, Blanche Noyes, pioneering female aviator who was among the first ten women to receive a pilot's license, Mark William Rudd, educator and anti-war activist, Raheem Morris, head coach of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Population: 60695
Local Newspapers: The Star-Ledger
Local Sports Teams: New Jersey Devils (NHL) New Jersey Nets (NBA) New York Red Bulls (MLS)
Local Colleges: Rutgers University - Newark Seton Hall University School of Law

Zip Codes associated with irvington, new jersey:
Towns/Cities near irvington, new jersey : Newark Orange Union Elizabeth Maplewood Milburn Hillside

Irvington News
Crips gang member had 'mini drug store' in her apartment, sheriff says

NEWARK -- Investigators raided the home of a reputed Crips street gang member in Newark's North Ward, where they seized a range of drugs, officials said Friday. The arrest of Edda Vasquez, 37, marked the third alleged drug dealer arrested by Essex County Sheriff's narcotics detectives in the city within two days.

Suspended Maplewood police chief facing bias lawsuit over pit bull attack

Before last month's suspension of the police chief over a racially charged incident from a year ago, the top cop was already the target of a lawsuit alleging he discriminated against a young black man in a separate incident. The lawsuit comes three years after police arrested Daniel Exantus on charges that he used his pit bull to attack Police Chief Robert Cimino during a pre-dawn encounter outside Exantus' home.

Police arrest man wanted for attempted murder of driver, officials say

NEWARK -- A 19-year-old Irvington resident who was wanted on an attempted murder charge for shooting another man in Newark's Central Ward was arrested early Wednesday, police said. Levi Reynolds was also charged with aggravated assault and weapons offenses in the July 30 shooting on the 100 block of Springfield Avenue, Public Safety Director Anthony Ambrose said in a statement.

Newark man admits ambush killing of ex's new boyfriend

Marquis Armstrong's murder trial before Superior Court Judge James W. Donohue had entered its second day when he agreed to plead guilty to manslaughter and weapons charges in the killing of Rhasan Heath, 23, according to a statement from the Essex County Prosecutor's Office. In doing so, authorities said, Armstrong potentially avoided what could have been a life sentence had he been convicted at trial of murder and weapons charges.

West African refugee reopens Newark IHOP with plans to hire

NEWARK -- When West African refugee Adenah Bayoh landed in Newark 26 years ago, the city was "literally heaven on earth" for her. She arrived at John F. Kennedy International Airport at the age of 12 after the civil war pushed her from her Liberian village into a refugee camp in Sierra Leone.

Behind the most famous mass panic in American history

Writer Howard Koch was driving through New Jersey, trying to settle on a location for his latest radio play. He pulled off Route 9W into a gas station parking lot and asked the attendant for a state map.

NJ town wants chief out after bias outcry, but top cop has support of colleagues

The township's suspended police chief has the support of fellow top cops in Essex County as township officials examine a police department that has come under fire for the way officers handled black teens during an incident last year. The Township Committee on Tuesday suspended Chief Robert Cimino for 60 days with pay, calling for his resignation, and suspended Capt.

NJ cops were ordered to kick out black teens from the town they lived in

The fireworks weren't the only explosive moments at last year's Fourth of July celebration, which ended in four arrests, the eventual discipline of several police officers and outraged calls in the community for the police chief's ouster. Police officers have been accused of using excessive force against crowds of mostly black teenagers.

6 cops disciplined in continuing probe of fireworks show arrests

MAPLEWOOD -- Six township police officers have been disciplined after an incident at a July 4th celebration last year that is still under investigation. In a statement released Friday afternoon, Maplewood Police Captain Dawn Williams said one officer was suspended for 20 days after the July 5, 2016 incident, and another five "received formal discipline."

Cops in Newark witness shooting, make 4 arrests

NEWARK -- Two older teens and two juveniles are in custody Monday after police from Newark and Irvington came upon a shooting in progress, Newark Public Safety Director Anthony Ambrose said. Two officers from each community were patrolling together near the border between the two cities around 5 p.m. when they saw a black Audi come to a stop at 15th Avenue and 18th Street.

Fugitive unit arrests men wanted for double shooting, police say

NEWARK -- Police on Monday arrested two men who were wanted for a double shooting in Newark's Central Ward, authorities said. Kahleel D. Trent, 35, of Irvington, and David B. Canadas, 37, of East Orange, were each charged with attempted murder, aggravated assault and weapons offenses in the July 1 shooting in the 700 block of Dr. Martin Luther King Boulevard, city Public Safety Director Anthony Ambrose announced.

Born and raised in New Jersey - Now get me out of here

On day two of our three-part series about different generations' views about the state in which they live, we hear from a couple of families who still have more than two generations living in New Jersey. While the oldest members stuck it out in New Jersey for most or all of their lives, there's no shortage of folks heading toward retirement who say they want out.

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