McDonald’s Closed For Remodeling Till End Of Year

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Published: August 6, 2016
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McDonald's Closed For Remodeling Till End Of Year  | read this item

Contrary to some rumors, McDonald’s has not closed its doors for good and it being torn down for something else. Three and a half years after being approved for an application to expand by the Municipal Land Use Board (MLUB), McDonald’s on the corner of Westfield Avenue and Locust Street will be closed, for at […]

Sun Tavern Recognized For 25 Years Of Service To The Community

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Published: July 22, 2016
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Sun Tavern Recognized For 25 Years Of Service To The Community  | read this item

Coming off the Garden State Parkway, Sun Tavern is the first restaurant – the first place actually – you encounter in Roselle Park, and those who have entered through its doors say it is a great a way to welcome people to town. At last night’s Mayor & Council meeting, the governing body recognized Sun […]

Home Depot Volunteers At American Legion Post 60

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Published: June 22, 2016
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Home Depot Volunteers At American Legion Post 60  | read this item

Last Friday, June 17th, The Home Depot’s Team Depot volunteered to do some work at American Legion Post 60 in Roselle Park. Pete Mitchell, Post 60’s finance officer remarked about how it all came about, “We had some windows and some siding done by Home Depot and the salesman came here and said I’ll have […]

RPBC Network Breakfast On June 29th

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Published: June 18, 2016
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RPBC Network Breakfast On June 29th  | read this item

The Roselle Park Business Chamber (RPBC) will hold their first breakfast networking event of the year on Wednesday, June 29th. It will be held from 7:30 a.m. till 9 o’clock in the morning at Sunrise Diner. The event will allow participants to meet and network with other professionals and business owners in Roselle Park. The […]

Joe’s Rotisseria Is June’s Business Of The Month

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Published: June 12, 2016
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Joe's Rotisseria Is June's Business Of The Month  | read this item

The Roselle Park governing body has revived their showcasing of local establishments by designating Joe’s Rotisseria as June’s Business Of The Month. Since opening in January of 2015, Joe Brignoni’s family owned restaurant has been specializing in Italian dishes, pizza, and rotisserie chicken. He has also, within that short span of time, won not only […]

Planet Dance Wins 1st Place In Tribute To Prince

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Published: June 5, 2016
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Planet Dance Wins 1st Place In Tribute To Prince  | read this item

Roselle Park’s Planet Dance took 1st place in the Senior Jazz Group category at this year’s That’s Entertainment” Performing Arts Competition held in Flanders, New Jersey on May 21st and 22nd. Their dance performance of “Let’s Go Crazy” was a tribute to the late musician Prince Rogers Nelson who died last month. The dance studio […]

Viking Plumbing Renovations Offer Customer Comfort While Providing Dedicated Service

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Published: April 30, 2016
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Viking Plumbing Renovations Offer Customer Comfort While Providing Dedicated Service  | read this item

After five years, six months, and 19 days the Colineri family officially re-opened their location on Columbus Place. In 2010, two lightning strikes caused a fire that severely damaged the family business’ primary location and moved their shop temporarily to the next block over on Hawthorne Street. They were open for business the very next […]

RP Business Chamber Networking Event March 30th

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Published: March 26, 2016
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RP Business Chamber Networking Event March 30th  | read this item

The Roselle park Business Chamber (RPBC) will be holding a membership and networking event on Wednesday, March 30th, at the Casano Community Center. From 6 p.m. to 7:30 in the evening, interested businesses, organizations, groups, and individuals can stop by to meet and mingle with local business owners and hear news and information on the […]

World Of Liquor Owner Disappointed In Council’s Compromise To Lower Reserved Parking Fees

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Published: March 23, 2016
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World Of Liquor Owner Disappointed In Council's Compromise To Lower Reserved Parking Fees  | read this item

At the end of the March 16th Municipal Budget Workshop, Mayor Carl Hokanson brought up a proposal by World Of Liquor requesting a decrease in their reserved parking fees for the five spaces next to their business at the Chestnut Street/Williams Street municipal parking lot. In January of this year council voted on Resolution 61-16 […]

Business Chamber Meeting January 14th

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Published: January 11, 2016
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Business Chamber Meeting January 14th  | read this item

A month after its inaugural reception, the Roselle Park Business Chamber (RPBC) will be holding its first meeting of the year this Thursday, January 14th, at 6 p.m. in borough hall. The Chamber, an independent organization that does not receive funding from the municipality, will meet to discuss initiatives for 2016 as it relates to […]

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