Monsy Alvarado, North Jersey News

Monsy Alvarado

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Woodland Park, CO, United States

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Recent articles by Monsy:

Police investigating shots fired in Passaic overnight

The Passaic County Prosecutor's Office investigating an overnight shooting that left no injuries in Passaic. → Read More

Fire displaces 15, including 10 children, in Paterson for Thanksgiving Day

A fire forced the relocation of 15 people, including 10 children, from a multifamily dwelling on Putnam Street in Paterson, a fire official said. → Read More

Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons expected to fly, NYPD continues to monitor winds

A tweet, posted at 7 a.m, from the NYPD Midtown North Precinct account, reads "As of now the balloons will fly!" → Read More

Insufficient evidence in alleged abuse of two ICE detainees, Essex County prosecutor says

The men claimed there was an unprovoked assault, with one saying he was the victim of a sexual assault and was struck in the groin. → Read More

One sister has DACA status, the other doesn't. Their lives are worlds apart.

As they wait to see if the Supreme Court decides the program is legal, Deysi is safe from deportation, but her younger sister is at risk. → Read More

Sussex County sheriff says he won't rule out aiding ICE agents, despite state AG's ban

Sussex County voters just approved a referendum saying county should assist ICE agents, despite state attorney general's directive to limit such aid. → Read More

Sussex County votes 'yes' on ICE cooperation

Sussex County voters on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved a ballot question that asked whether the county should assist federal immigration officials. → Read More

Temporary protected status extended until 2021 for six countries

DHS said it was automatically extending Temporary Protected Status for El Salvador, Haiti, Honduras, Nepal, Nicaragua, and Sudan. → Read More

Sussex County voters to weigh in on ICE cooperation. What happens if referendum passes?

The non-binding vote on Tuesday could set up a legal clash between the county sheriff and Gov. Phil Muprhy's administration → Read More

Temporary protected status extended for Salvadorans; can work legally for one more year

More than 250,000 Salvadorans get a one-year reprieve from deportation, can continue to work legally under TPS work permit extension → Read More

Facing abuse claims, Essex County plans civilian task force to oversee jail

A federal inspection report released in February cited serious health and safety violations at the Newark facility. → Read More

Cape May County sues New Jersey AG over screening inmates for ICE

The county and Sheriff Robert Nolan say the attorney general's move to block cooperation with a federal immigration program puts public safety at risk → Read More

Advocates gather to support Somali man detained in NJ ICE facility for 18 months

Abdikadir Mohamed has been detained by federal immigration authorities in Elizabeth since 2017, the day he landed at John F. Kennedy Airport. → Read More

Sussex County freeholders want to let voters decide if police should help ICE

Sussex County freeholders push back against state rules restricting police from helping ICE → Read More

Rockland, Westchester focused on accurate counts in 2020 Census

The U.S. Census Bureau plans to hire 37,000 temporary workers in New York state to help in next year's count, paying $17 to $25 per hour. → Read More

More migrants apprehended at the border detained in New Jersey

The Essex County jail and the Elizabeth immigration facility held 168 migrants in May who crossed the southern border → Read More

Daughter of immigration detainee who died in custody sues Hudson County, its jail

The family of an immigrant detainee who died in custody sues Hudson County and its jail → Read More

235 migrants who crossed Mexico border transferred to NJ and NY this month

With a surge in arrivals, U.S. immigration authorities have escalated the number of people being moved to local jails, including Bergen County's. → Read More

U.S Census is looking for temporary workers in NJ for 2020. Here's how to apply

U.S. Census temporary workers in New Jersey could earn as much as $22 an hour. → Read More

New rules limit ICE activity in New Jersey state courthouses

New rules requires that federal immigration officials present a judicial warrant before they arrest individuals in NJ courthouses. → Read More