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Jerry DeMarco

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  1. Gunmen Sought In Paterson Street Killing

    Gunmen Sought In Paterson Street Killing

    PATERSON, N.J. – Authorities in Paterson turned to the public for help Thursday in finding a pair of killers.Keyantay Deas, 37, of Paterson was walking along 12th Avenue in the 300 block around 8:40 p.m. Monday when two assailants – both armed with handguns – approached and fired at him several times, authorities said.Deas later died at the hospital, Passaic County Prosecutor Camelia M. ...

  2. HEROES: New Milford Firefighter, 75, Revived During Call

    HEROES: New Milford Firefighter, 75, Revived During Call

    NEW MILFORD, N.J. -- New Milford firefighters resuscitated a 75-year-old colleague after he went into cardiac arrest on a call Wednesday night.He was taken to Hackensack University Medical Center, where he remained in intensive care Wednesday morning.Firefighters were responding to the NVE Bank on River Road on a report of a water leak just before 10:30 p.m. Wednesday when the veteran ...

  3. Elmwood Park School Reopening After Chemical Leak Sends Pupils To Hospital

    Elmwood Park School Reopening After Chemical Leak Sends Pupils To Hospital

    ELMWOOD PARK, N.J. -- A leaking HVAC unit sent three Elmwood Park elementary school students, a custodian and a firefighter to local hospitals Wednesday, authorities said.The incident triggered the evacuation of the Gantner Avenue Elementary School on Roosevelt Avenue and a massive emergency response just after 1:30 p.m. The building was deemed safe, and classes were expected to resume ...

  4. Rutgers Student Admits School Cyber Attack, Unprecedented Worldwide Breach

    Rutgers Student Admits School Cyber Attack, Unprecedented Worldwide Breach

    A Rutgers University computer science student pleaded guilty in federal court Wednesday to launching a cyber attack on the school's computer network, following his admission last week that he participated in one of the Internet's biggest security scares last year.Paras Jha, 21, of Fanwood "effectively shut down Rutgers University’s central authentication server, which maintained, ...

  5. Mercedes Wagon Wedges Under Trailer On Route 287 In Oakland

    Mercedes Wagon Wedges Under Trailer On Route 287 In Oakland

    OAKLAND, N.J. -- A Mercedes wagon got wedged beneath a tanker truck on Route 287 in Oakland, temporarily closing the highway in both directions.There were no serious injuries in the crash, which occurred in the northbound lanes near Route 208 and brought several fire trucks, along with police and EMS.Delays continued into the rush hour after the wreckage of the New York State-registered ...

  6. Car Hits Fallen Tree On Palisades Parkway In Alpine

    Car Hits Fallen Tree On Palisades Parkway In Alpine

    ALPINE, N.J. -- A victim sustained facial injuries, responders said, when a car struck a fallen tree on the southbound Palisades Interstate Parkway in Alpine Wednesday afternoon.The crash occurred just before 1 p.m. south of Exit 2, closing the southbound parkway.Closter EMS responded along with Palisades Interstate Parkway Police.CHECK BACK FOR MORE DETAILS

  7. Elmwood Park School Reopening After Chemical Leak Sends Pupils To Hospital

    Elmwood Park School Reopening After Chemical Leak Sends Pupils To Hospital

    ELMWOOD PARK, N.J. -- A leaking HVAC unit sent three Elmwood Park elementary school students, a custodian and a firefighter to local hospitals Wednesday, authorities said.The incident triggered the evacuation of the Gantner Avenue Elementary School on Roosevelt Avenue and a massive emergency response just after 1:30 p.m. The building was deemed safe, and classes were expected to resume ...

  8. TRIBUTE: Popular Smithereens Leader, NJ House Concert King: Pat DiNizio, 62

    TRIBUTE: Popular Smithereens Leader, NJ House Concert King: Pat DiNizio, 62

    He led one of New Jersey's most popular bands in history -- and at the same time became king of the house concert: Singer-songwriter Pat Dinizio, the supreme talent behind the Smithereens, died Tuesday at 62.Band members who'd previously been preparing for a January tour with their silver-voiced frontman confimed Dinizio's death early Wednesday. "Our journey with Pat was long, ...

  9. Woman Struck By Train In River Edge

    Woman Struck By Train In River Edge

    RIVER EDGE, N.J. -- A woman survived after being struck by a commuter train in River Edge early Wednesday, authorities confirmed.The woman was taken to Hackensack University Medical Center with head and shoulder injuries that initially didn't appear life-threatening after she was struck at 7:55 a.m. by the No. 1612 Pascack Valley Line train -- headed from Spring Valley to Hoboken -- ...

  10. Off-Duty Butt-Dialing Bogota Police Sergeant Cleared In Anti-Schools Rant

    Off-Duty Butt-Dialing Bogota Police Sergeant Cleared In Anti-Schools Rant

    BOGOTA, N.J. -- Bogota police have found no cause for disciplining a sergeant who was off duty when he butt-dialed the borough school district while going on an expletive-filled rant.Reportedly angered by a personnel move, Sgt. Craig Lynch left the Steen Elementary School principal's office in August and was heard on voicemail vowing to ticket teachers as part of a war that the district ...

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