Monsy Alvarado, North Jersey News

Monsy Alvarado

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Woodland Park, CO, United States

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Recent articles by Monsy:

Hanover township Mayor Ronald Francioli steps down, but will continue on the governing body

Loingtime Hanover Mayor Ron Francioli resigned this week → Read More

Man fatally struck on the Palisades Interstate Parkway in Alpine

A 41-year old Brooklyn man was killed after he exited his vehicle because he thought he had hit an animal, authorities said Friday. → Read More

In NJ, Dreamers 'can finally breathe' after Supreme Court grants temporary stay to DACA

In a 5-4 ruling, the court said the Trump administration hadn't followed proper procedures in repealing the Obama-era protections for young immigrants. → Read More

Naturalization ceremonies resume in New Jersey with face coverings and social distancing

Naturalization ceremonies resumed Friday after more than two months due to the coronavirus. On Friday, in Newark around 60 people became citizens. → Read More

Essex County freeholders call for release of ICE detainees in 'symbolic' resolution

Essex County approved a resolution demanding the federal government release ICE detainees, even as it continues to host some of those inmates at its jail. → Read More

Families vowed to keep loved ones' wishes for homeland burials. COVID-19 broke those promises

Families of immigrants who have died in the COVID-19 pandemic are struggling to repatriate their loved ones' remains in their home nations. → Read More

Rutherford man detained by ICE now faces deportation to Ireland

A Rutherford man who has been facing deportation to Ireland for years has been detained by federal immigration authorities. → Read More

Cardinal Tobin condemns George Floyd death, decries 'purveyors of polarization'

Floyd's death sparked "justified anger," said the head of New Jersey's largest Catholic diocese. He warned of "tribalistic factions" dividing the U.S. → Read More

Protesters demand disaster relief for New Jersey immigrants hit by COVID-19

Protests in five cities urged economic help for undocumented workers shut out of state unemployment insurance and federal stimulus payments. → Read More

NJ should provide COVID-19 aid to undocumented immigrants who pay income tax, advocates say

A bill has been introduced to have New Jersey provide aid to undocumented immigrants who pay income tax, following California's lead. Some object. → Read More

NJ farmworkers should wear masks, social distance during blueberry harvest amid COVID-19

Farmworkers should wear masks and maintain social distancing according to guidelines issued by the state to minimize the spread of COVID-19 at NJ farms. → Read More

ICE detainee suing for release in NJ had deportation stopped by judge. He was deported anyway

A man who filed suit last week seeking to be released from an immigration detention center in Elizabeth due to the coronavirus pandemic was deported to Mexico on Tuesday → Read More

'This is worse than war': Minorities hard-hit by COVID likely to be affected again as NJ reopens

As New Jersey slowly reopens, black and Latino people who have been most affected by COVID-19 are fearful to return to work. → Read More

Firefighters battle blaze in Hackensack

Firefighters responded to a blaze at 227 Main St. in Hackensack on Saturday → Read More

NJ taking steps to protect farmworkers from coronavirus before fruit and vegetable season

The state will issue a framework for how farm owners can maintain social distancing while providing transportation and shared housing. → Read More

'Incredible woman': Paterson matriarch who died of COVID-19 set example for those who knew her

Mamie Wilder worked in housekeeping at Holy Name Medical Center, as she raised a family of six in Paterson. She died last month from complications of COVID-19. → Read More

Bergen County mobile coronavirus testing: Here's what you need to know to get screened

The unit began operations this week. Here are answers to frequently asked questions. → Read More

Second Hudson County corrections officer dies from complications of the coronavirus

Officer Zeb Craig died on Sunday after battling the virus for weeks, colleagues said. → Read More

'Suspicious package' reported to Hoboken police contains sanitizing wipes

The package was marked as coming from China and looked suspicious so a Hoboken resident called police Saturday afternoon. → Read More

NJ's first coronavirus death of a child was not related to Kawasaki disease, officials say

"This is a very specific situation with this blessed little kid and we're going to leave it at that," Gov. Phil Murphy said. → Read More