94, of Union Beach, passed away January 20, 2018, at Madison Center, Old Bridge. She was born in Kitzmiller, MD; and resided in Bayonne prior to settling in Union Beach. She was a homemaker and a Eucharistic Minister at St. Andrew’s Church, Bayonne. Mary was predeceased by her husband, William F. Price; her parents, Danado and Rosa (Colurso) Clemente; and eight brothers and sisters. She is survived by her children, Francis Price, Mary Rose Gouker and her husband George, and Joseph Price; nine cherished grandchildren and five precious great grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the family. Funeral arrangements by DAY Funeral Home, 361 Maple Place, Keyport, NJ.
Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up-to-date on the latest coronavirus news throughout New York A small single-engine plane crash landed in Shelter Island on Sunday afternoon, but none of the three people aboard were injured.Shelter Island Town Police said the pilot of a 1997 Cessna Skyhawk 172R was trying to land at a an airstrip on the Island crashed into brush and a pond at the south end of the strip at 3 p.m.The plane was severely damaged but the pilot, 55-year-old Marc Andre of Manhattan, and his two passengers did not require medical treatment, police said.The Federal Aviation Administration and the National Transportation Safety Board are continuing the investigation.
GREENSBURG, Ind. — Greensburg police are investigating multiple break-ins at downtown businesses.According to police, the Decatur County Historical Museum and Wickens & Wickens, LLC were broken into last month.An unknown amount of cash was taken from the museum, but police say it does not appear that anything was taken from the law office.Currently, there are no suspects.Police are also urging residents to keep car doors locked, as they have received more than 20 reports of vehicle break-ins over the last 2 months.Authorities say individuals are getting into unlocked cars and looking through them to find money or other valuables.Officials remind residents to keep your car doors locked and to report any suspicious activity immediately.Anyone with information regarding either incident is asked to call the Greensburg Police Department at 663-3131.