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By Saul Qersdyn
Roselle Park News will cease publication on December 31, 2018. After eight-and-a-half years, the online newspaper dedicated to the one-square-mile borough in
By Saul Qersdyn
Ten (10) students from Robert Gordon Elementary School were presented with Certificates of Achievement for having “Exceeded Expectations” in the PARCC tests.
By Saul Qersdyn
The position of Animal Control Officer will formally be established if Ordinance 2546 is passed Thursday night at the September 20th Mayor
Signorello Family Presents RPHS Wrestling 1,000th Win Sign Donation  | read this item
By Saul Qersdyn
The Signorello family’s donation of three (3) signs recognizing the Roselle Park High School (RPHS) wrestling team’s 1,000th win was presented to
By Saul Qersdyn
A committee to work on how to best use an over-half-a-million dollar donation received from the estate of Marie C. Roth, a
By Saul Qersdyn
The governing body doubled the budget of the borough’s tax appeal attorney to $30,000 at the September 20th municipal meeting. The law firm
By Saul Qersdyn
The fourth annual Roselle Park Arts Festival will be on Saturday, September 29th, from 1 p.m. till 9 o’clock at night. The
By Saul Qersdyn
For the second year in a row, the Parkerscope received First Place recognition from among high schools across the United States. Parkerscope is the Roselle Park High School (RPHS) yearbook.
By Saul Qersdyn
The Roselle Park 14U Softball Team was celebrated at the first September municipal meeting. The 12-player team of girls 14-years-old and under
By Saul Qersdyn
The governing body declared September as Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month in the borough. In conjunction with and celebration of Roselle Park resident

By Saul Qersdyn
The governing body appointed Theodore Kot as a Probationary Patrolman to the Roselle Park Police Department. After being sworn in, Officer Kot
By Saul Qersdyn
RPPD Detective John Deegan Promoted To Sergeant  | read this item
Detective John Deegan was promoted to the position of Sergeant at Thursday night’s Mayor & Council meeting. Having come to the borough
By Saul Qersdyn
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RP Girl Scouts Troop 40998 Visits Philip's Academy  | read this item
Girl Scouts Troop 40998 visited Philip’s Academy Charter School in Newark this past Wednesday, September 19th. The troop were given a tour by
By Saul Qersdyn
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Bike Path Closed Due To Safety Concerns  | read this item
The Roselle Park Police Department (RPPD) this morning has closed the bike path next to the NJ TRANSIT Roselle Park train station
By Saul Qersdyn
Ordinance 2547: Qualified Purchasing Agent  | read this item
The codification of a Qualified Purchasing Agent, also known as a QPA, is set to be made into law at the September