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Justice’s last parade

UNION COUNTY — The county’s mounted police horse, Justice, will be retired after his last parade Monday, May 26, when Officer Frank Catena trailers him through Clark to honor fallen warriors on Memorial Day. Justice, who began his 14 year…

Jeffrey Corzine, dead at 31

STATE — The youngest son of former New Jersey Gov. Jon Corzine, an aspiring photographer who had struggled with addiction, was found dead several days ago in a Mexico City hotel room. A source familiar with the circumstances said the death…

One year of senseless silence on gun violence

Voice of the People by James J. Devine

One year ago today, we lost 26 fellow Americans to gun violence at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut. We lost 20 of our youngest students, and six dedicated school workers. To mark the anniversary of that tragedy with…

Union County Libraries Team Up For Holiday Food Drive

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UNION COUNTY — Libraries are inviting their patrons to help check out hunger this holiday season with donations to a food drive. From Nov. 25 – Dec. 16, Union County Public Libraries will be accepting donations of non-perishable food items to benefit the New Jersey Community Food Bank and other local food pantries.

Downtown Summit Merchants Invite Halloween Trick-Or-Treating

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SUMMIT – Trick or Treating in downtown Summit is scheduled for Halloween, Thursday, Oct. 31 from 2:30 to 5 p.m. Participating merchants will display a Halloween poster in their windows to designate that they will be handing out treats to children who are trick or treating after school on Halloween.

[PHOTO] Summit World War II Veteran Remembered

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SUMMIT — Union County Freeholders Bette Jane Kowalski and Alexander Mirabella (2nd L) present a resolution to Peter and Arthur F. Sobilo honoring and recognizing their late father Arthur Sobilo of Summit for his outstanding military service during World War II.

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Union County Residents Urged To Dispose Of Unwanted Prescription Medication Via Project Medicine Drop

UNION COUNTY — The Union County Prosecutor’s Office, Union County Police Department, and local elected officials and health professionals are urging residents to take a moment this October to dispose of their unwanted prescription medication at one of two county locations participating in the New Jersey Office of the Attorney General Division of Community Affairs’ Project Medicine Drop initiative.