Community News

August 29, 2009 (Kearny New Jersey) Governor Jon Corzine is now following KOTW on Twitter.  In early July, KOTW signed up for Twitter and started to follow both leading candidates for Governor of New Jersey, Chris Christie and Jon Corzine.  Christie's campaign almost immediately started following KOTW on Twitter. Corzine's campaign, however, only joined this morning.  Maybe they were prompted by KOTW's lamenting this morning on Twitter that Corzine had not joined us.  Or was it KOTW pointing out that Corzine is down 11 points in a heavily Democratic state?

Photograph Courtesy of Jersey Journal. Reena Rose Sibayan/The Jersey Journal

September 4, 2009 (Kearny, New Jersey) A citizen who saw a photograph of the getaway car called the Kearny Police Department with information that led to the arrest of Elvis Feratovic, 24, of Bloomfield.  Feratovic has been charged with felony murder and robbery.  Feratovic is the alleged getaway car driver who sped away after the robbery. 

 Senor Dos Milagros

Librado Romero/New York Times

September 13, 2009 (Kearny, New Jersey) A New York Times story on an art exhibit entitled "A Journey from Ancient Times: Peruvians in New Jersey" mentioned the West Hudson Peruvian community. The exhibit runs from September 16 through December 31, 2009 at the Newark Public Library.


Suspected Getaway Car Driver, Elvis Feratovic

September 5, 2009 (Kearny, New Jersey) The Observer blog  published the above picture of the suspected getaway car driver in the Rachel Jewelry robbery.  Elvis Feratovic was arrested yesterday and charged with felony murder and robbery.  A tip to the Kearny Police resulted in the arrest. 

October 30, 2009 (Kearny, NJ) Welcome to KOTW's improved website. KOTW was founded on October 31, 2000 and is celebrating its 9th Anniversary. From its humble beginnings, KOTW has steadily increased its readership and our staff would like to think that KOTW has contributed to the well being of the community we serve. In anticipation of celebrating our 9th Anniversary, our staff has been working on revamping our website to integrate our Discussion Board into our main site and enable our readers to contribute articles to the site. Both of those features are now a reality. We are very happy with the results. We look forward to continued improvements and welcome your constructive criticism. There is always room for improvement. Explore and enjoy our new website. We are sure you will be pleased.