For The Sake Of Information

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Published: December 31, 2018
For The Sake Of Information  | read this item

Roselle Park News: May 13, 2010 – December 31, 2018 Just for the sake of information . . . It was always for the sake of information. There was no ulterior motive of using the newspaper to run for any political office or to be a talking head for any political party or person or […]

In The Year Of Our Lord 2018: Year In Review

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Published: December 31, 2018
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For the last time, this is a review of the events and people in Roselle Park who helped shape the borough’s 117th year of existence in 2018. Both the well-known and perhaps unknown, here we go:   10. Take The Stage & Play Yer Guitar On the summer solstice this year, Roselle Park for the […]

RPEA President Open To Talks On Elementary Prep Periods

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Published: December 31, 2018
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Kathleen MacDonald, speaking as president of the Roselle Park Education Association (RPEA) and a part of the negotiating team for teachers’ union regarding the 2018-2021 Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Roselle Park Board Of Education (BOE), stated that she and the association are open to what are called ‘sidebar’ talks to address prep periods but […]

Roselle Park’s POW/MIA Table: A Small Table Set For One

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Published: December 30, 2018
Roselle Park's POW/MIA Table: A Small Table Set For One  | read this item

It is the little things that matter the most, such as a small gesture of a small table in a small room in a small library in a small town. Human nature draws our attention to grand displays and applause-evoking moments; those moments that celebrate accomplishments or achievements or victories. We feel that in taking […]

Roselle Park’s Purple Heart Monument

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Published: December 30, 2018
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The Purple Heart. It is a badge of honor awarded to a member of the Armed Forces of the United States of America who has been wounded, killed, or has died after being wounded while serving in any capacity of the United States Armed Services. Wounded or killed. The day-to-day life of those who survived […]

Saving Art & Music: RPEA Agreement Article 10(D)(1)

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Published: December 29, 2018
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Art and music. Both are considered non-essentials in public school education, but for many students as well as parents, they are a fundamental component of a well-rounded education; as important as math or language or sports. In the last couple of years, art and music in Roselle Park elementary schools have turned from a matter […]

State To Audit Fire Prevention In 2019

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Published: December 28, 2018
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What started with a finding in the municipality’s annual audit this year has ended with the state agency Department of Community Affairs (DCA) giving notice that it will audit Fire Prevention next year. An e-mail from the New Jersey Division of Fire Safety, a part of DCA, sent the notice earlier this month. This followed […]

Police Activity Report (December 8 – 23, 2018)

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Published: December 26, 2018
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December 8, 2018 At 2:22 a.m., Roselle Park Police Department (RPPD) Officer William Hannon conducted a motor vehicle stop on a 2015 Toyota along West Westfield Avenue for an equipment violation. As a result of the motor vehicle stop the driver, identified as Fitzroy M. Neufville, age 32 from Irvington was found to be in […]

Part Of A Winning Team, RP Chef Works On Her Dreams

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Published: December 24, 2018
Part Of A Winning Team, RP Chef Works On Her Dreams  | read this item

Roselle Park’s Gabriella Barreira was part of Monroe College’s Culinary Institute of New York (CINY) team that earned the American Culinary Federation (ACF) 2019 New York State Championship title for the second consecutive year – the fourth time in the last five years. Gabby, a first-year student at Monroe College along with three other students served […]

Casano Generator Installation Contract Increased By $19K

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Published: December 23, 2018
Casano Generator Installation Contract Increased By $19K  | read this item

A resolution that will increase the contract for relocation and installation of the generator at the Casano Community Center by 36% was passed by the governing body at the December 20th municipal meeting. The $19,121 approved in Resolution 370-18 increases the cost for the project to $91,321 which includes the $19,200 paid to Neglia Engineering under […]

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