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Supreme Court offering “Elections for Sale”

The gulf between justice and a growing portion of the American public is cause for genuine concern. Our nation’s history has been a journey towards true equality and the promise of a government of, by and for the people. Just…

Mayor’s 2014 State of the City Address

by Interim Mayor Samson D. Steinman Thank you Assemblyman Jerry Green and Council President Dave Brown, good evening. Honored guests, elected and appointed officials, dedicated members of our boards and committees, hardworking city employees, members of our business community, friends in…

Rose Society’s February meeting

STATE – Jersey Shore Rose Society’s February meeting provides information on growing roses at in the Community Room of Kensington Court Assisted Living, 864 Shrewsbury Ave., in Tinton Falls. Whether you know nothing or a lot about roses, all are welcome…

Roselle Park man indicted on weapons charges

ROSELLE PARK — A Union County grand jury indicted Travis Dulk, 27, of Roselle Park, for being in possession of a stockpile of powerful weapons last year, according to Union County Prosecutor Grace H. Park. The indictment against Dulk includes…

Obituary: Richard Goldate, 60, Elizabeth native

Richard Goldate, 60, of Toms River, passed peacefully on Tuesday, February 4, 2014 at his home with his loving family around him. Born and raised in Elizabeth, he moved to Toms River in 1984. Richard owned and operated Innovative Heating…

Hardships persist for long-term unemployed

Kevin Meyer is just one of New Jersey’s 80,000 long-term jobless whose federal benefits were cut off Dec. 28. He’s happy to relocate or change careers, but like many, his job search remains fruitless. Kevin Meyer of Denville, N.J., has…