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  1. 16 New York Service Members Dead In Mississippi Plane Crash

    16 New York Service Members Dead In Mississippi Plane Crash

    Sixteen service members who died on Monday when a Marine Corps plane crashed in Mississippi were based out of Stewart Air National Guard Base in the Hudson Valley Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced on Tuesday.The plane, a KC-130, crashed around 4 p.m. Monday in Leflore County, Miss., the military said on Tuesday."The crew and passengers consisted of 15 Marines and one Navy Corpsman," ...

  2. Be On Lookout For Tiny Seed Ticks Developing Into Adults

    Be On Lookout For Tiny Seed Ticks Developing Into Adults

    A new tick-related warning has emerged.Seed ticks, or teeny-tiny ticks (think poppy seeds) are still developing into adult ticks and parents in the tristate area are urged to be on the lookout, according to countryliving.com.The hoopla surrounding seed ticks began last year when a mother posted pictures on Facebook of her daughter covered in bites from seed ticks. The young girl became ...

  3. Pair From Paterson, Passaic Nabbed In Catalytic Converter Thefts

    Pair From Paterson, Passaic Nabbed In Catalytic Converter Thefts

    Two New Jersey residents have been charged by Ramapo Police with a rash of catalytic converters thefts from throughout Rockland and surrounding counties following their extradition from New Jersey.Paul McNamee, 55, of Passaic and Felipa Giles, 27, of Paterson were charged Monday with grand larceny, auto stripping, and criminal mischief, following a cross-country investigation into the ...

  4. Paterson Man Charged By Police With DWI On I-87 Stop Remains At Large

    Paterson Man Charged By Police With DWI On I-87 Stop Remains At Large

    A New Jersey man who was charged with DWI is wanted by New York State Police for failing to show up for court appearances.Joshua A. Easton, 30, of Paterson, N.J., was charged with DWI with a blood alcohol level of 0.13 percent after being stopped by state police on April 17, 2015, on I-87 in Tarrytown for a traffic violation, state police said.Following his arrest, Easton was turned ...

  5. How Much Do You Know About Presidents Day, South Passaic?

    How Much Do You Know About Presidents Day, South Passaic?

    Both Presidents Day and George Washington's birthday always are celebrated on the third Monday of February, according to the Old Farmer's Almanac. The story of Presidents Day begins in 1800. Following Washington’s death in 1799, his Feb. 22 birthday became a day of remembrance. At the time, Washington was venerated as the most important figure in American history, and events like the ...

  6. Fr. Stanislaus W. Kobel, 70, Former Passaic Friar

    Fr. Stanislaus W. Kobel, 70, Former Passaic Friar

    BEACON, N.Y. -- Friar Stanislaus W. Kobel, OFM Cap., 70, died on Saturday, Nov. 12 at St. Lawrence Friary Infirmary.Kobel was the son of the late Stanislaus W. Kobel, Sr. and Margaret Bonner Kobel. He graduated from St. Joseph's Prep High School, Philadelphia, Pa., in 1964 and then graduated from St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, Pa., in 1968. He was a successful businessman in the ...

  7. Retired Paterson Priest Of Haledon Finds New Calling As Therapist, Artist

    Retired Paterson Priest Of Haledon Finds New Calling As Therapist, Artist

    HALEDON, N.J. -- Father Louis Scurti of Haledon loves families -- his church family, his own family, and the families he counsels as a licensed marriage and family therapist.The retired priest, who has a Ph.D as a therapist, still works delivering homilies and with parishioners, constantly is on the move and loves every minute of his life."Free time?" he laughs. "I'm ...

  8. Grab The Wine And Your Besties, It's National Girlfriends Day

    Grab The Wine And Your Besties, It's National Girlfriends Day

    Hey girl, today is the day to let all those great girlfriends and gal pals in your life know how much they mean to you during National Girlfriends Day. You know the ones we mean. The BFF's that are there in a second with a bottle of wine and a shoulder to cry on. Or the ones with just the right heels that can spend the night pounding out the moves on the dance floor when needed.No seems ...

  9. Clifton Police: Kearny Man Leads Overnight Chase

    Clifton Police: Kearny Man Leads Overnight Chase

    CLIFTON, N.J. -- An overnight three-county chase Thursday through several Bergen and Passaic county towns ended in Paterson with the arrest of a Kearny man.The chase began when Nutley officers attempted to stop Luis Garcia, 51, Lt. Robert Bracken said.When Garica refused to stop, officers chased him until they reached Clifton, where they discontinued their pursuit, Bracken said.Clifton ...

  10. Sheriff: Paterson Man Popped For Pot In Pants

    Sheriff: Paterson Man Popped For Pot In Pants

    PATERSON, N.J. -- A Paterson man who ran a stop sign wasn't glad to see Passaic County sheriff's officers who said they found 2½ ounces of pot stuffed down his pants, authorities said.Cpl. Ken MacNish and Officer Jason Katz stopped Naason Wimbash, 26, after he ran a stop sign at the intersection of 11th Avenue and East 28 Street, Passaic County Sheriff Richard Berdnik said Monday. ...

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