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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

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

Irvington News
Fatal shooting reported near Irvington laundromat

The incident happened around 7 p.m. on Saturday night when police were called to the 500 block of Chancellor Avenue, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Robert D. Laurino said. Officers arriving at the scene found a man with an apparent gunshot wound, police said.

Police probe fatal shooting of Irvington man near laundromat

Authorities are investigating a homicide near an Irvington laundromat after a man was shot and killed Saturday night on the 500 block of Chancellor Avenue. Acting Essex County Prosecutor Robert D. Laurino and Irvington Police Director Tracy Bowers said officers arrived at the laundromat around 7:15 p.m. where they found a man who had been shot.

After 2 women killed, courthouse to pilot domestic violence program

Amid public scrutiny of New Jersey's criminal justice reforms following a killing in Newark last week , authorities in Essex County will be testing a new approach to deciding whether defendants in domestic violence cases remain jailed pending trial. Under a pilot program that began Thursday, one specific judge highly skilled in domestic violence issues will decide whether those with with domestic violence charges will remain in jail before their cases are heard, a spokesperson for the county prosecutor's office said.

Former Lodi resident arrested 5 years later

Plans for a second brewery in Hackensack, Korean Karaoke in Palisades Park and a conversation with Record baseball writers Matt Ehalt and Pete Caldera - all in "7 things to know in New Jersey on Fat Thursday." A former Lodi resident who failed to appear in court in March 2012 following a drug arrest was caught Wednesday, authorities said.

They stole police chief's gun, badge, car - $500 reward offered

Authorities are offering a $500 reward for information leading to the capture of two crooks who burglarized a chief of police's home, taking his guns, uniform, badge and personal car. departments put out messages on social media seeking information on suspects wanted in connection to an unspecified burglary, neither agency identified the burglarized home as Parenti's.

Report: Murder suspect was released twice for assault

A man charged with killing the mother of his children on Tuesday was arrested and released twice in recent months for assaulting her, NJ.com reports . He has survived a self-inflicted gunshot wound.

Woman gunned down in Newark, suspect wounds self after chase

Authorities say a shooting that left a woman dead ended with the pursuit of the suspect who survived a self-inflicted gunshot wound. Officers pursued 31-year-old Kareem Dawson of Irvington to Summit, where the chase ended when Dawson shot himself.

Who are N.J.'s top HS football recruits since 2003? Our picks, your votes

With National Signing Day coming up on Wednesday, NJ Advance Media examines the best of the bunch from the last 15 years in the slideshow below using Rivals.com star ratings. At the very bottom of the page, readers can vote on their Top 10. Only 4- and 5-star recruits, according to Rivals, were considered since 2003 , factoring in each respective player's high school, college and, when applicable, NFL careers.

NJ weather: Slippery commute Monday, up to 5 inches of snow later in week

It'll be a slick morning commute in parts of the state as temperatures drop following overnight rain and cause slick spots on some roads. Though Monday will be sunny and cold, snow is in the forecast beginning in the overnight hours Tuesday into Wednesday.

Newark woman confronts the man she says molested her as a child | Carter

As Iyonah Fard delivered remarks during her cousin's funeral last September, she looked up and saw an awful piece of her past seated in the pews at an Irvington church. It was her aunt's ex-boyfriend, a man, Fard says, who molested her when she was 6 years old while two cousins and a younger brother slept beside her.

Latest N.J. weather: Snow slows commute, forces speed restrictions

The first of two rounds of light snow on Tuesday is falling across much of the eastern half of the state as the morning commute gets underway, though overall snow total predictions remain light. Snow isn't sticking to roads, but there is a 45 mph speed restriction on the Garden State Parkway between exit 63 in Stafford and exit 143A in Irvington as crews salt the highway.

Twice-convicted killer gets life for slaying of childhood friend

A Newark man previously convicted of a homicide has been sentenced for gunning down his childhood friend in a separate slaying, prosecutors said. A jury previously had convicted Mario Gayles, 34, of murder, unlawfully possessing a handgun and possessing a handgun for an unlawful purpose in the July 2015, 2015 killing of Icrish Bostic , the Essex County Prosecutor's Office said.

Guns, uniform stolen from police chief - but no one warned residents

North Plainfield Chief William Parenti has told New Jersey 101.5 he was the victim of a burglary - one in which someone made off with his badge, uniforms and multiple firearms. But no notice had been put out to the public, warning community members police gear had been stolen - either by Parenti's own North Plainfield Police Department, or by the department in nearby Watchung, where Parenti lives.

'Sovereign citizen' guilty of 3 carjackings, 1 robbery in 2 days, jury says

A 30-year-old Irvington man who attempted to claim he was immune from state law was convicted Friday of carjacking three vehicles and robbing a gas station in a two-day crime spree, prosecutors announced. George Gaymon was found guilty of a 20-count indictment for crimes three years ago, the Essex County Prosecutor's Office said.

Life in prison for killer who ambushed man with barrage of bullets

An Irvington man who unleashed a rain of deadly gunfire on a Newark street nearly four years ago was sentenced Friday to life in prison, Acting Essex County Prosecutor Robert D. Laurino said. In December, Terrell Haywood, 28, who has a record of drug convictions dating back a decade, was found guilty of first-degree conspiracy to commit murder, first-degree murder, aggravated assault and weapons offenses in connection with the murder of Kharey Reynolds, 23. Reynolds was standing on Isabella Avenue talking with friends around noon on March 18, 2014, when a masked Haywood and another man approached and began firing at him.

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