Richard Jesse Allen Reinhart: 1988 – 2016

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Published: May 1, 2016
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Richard Jesse Allen Reinhart: 1988 - 2016  | read this item

Richard Jesse Allen Reinhart, 27, of Roselle Park, NJ, passed away on Thursday, April 28, 2016. Born in Mesa, Arizona on September 27, 1988, Richard was raised in Roselle Park. He was an honor student and graduate of Roselle Park High School (RPHS). He was on the Roselle Park High School Track Team and Football […]

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 […]

Boroughwide Garage Sale On June 11th

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Published: April 29, 2016
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Boroughwide Garage Sale On June 11th  | read this item

Roselle Park’s annual Boroughwide Garage Sale will take place this year on Saturday, June 11th from 9 a.m. till 6 o’clock in the evening. Any resident wishing to sell any items will need to register with the Borough Clerk’s office by June 3rd and pay a fee of $10 (no personal checks or credit cards […]

Council Passes 2016 Summer Hours For Borough Hall

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Published: April 28, 2016
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Council Passes 2016 Summer Hours For Borough Hall  | read this item

For the third consecutive year, Borough Hall will be open for only 37½ hours instead of its regular 40 hours from June 6th through September 2nd. The measure was passed unanimously by the governing body through Resolution 107-16. Members of the governing body have claimed in the past that it is to accommodate residents’ needs […]

Teen Reports That Driver Tried To Lure Him Into Car On West Clay Avenue

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Published: April 27, 2016
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Teen Reports That Driver Tried To Lure Him Into Car On West Clay Avenue  | read this item

Yesterday, a 16-year-old Roselle Park resident reported that at around 9:37 a.m.he was walking in the area of West Clay Avenue at Hawthorne Street when he was stopped by an individual driving a gold Chevy Impala. The driver of the vehicle was described as a heavy-set, black male, with short black hair (no facial hair), approximately […]

2016 Memorial Day Parade On May 30th

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Published: April 26, 2016
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2016 Memorial Day Parade On May 30th  | read this item

Roselle Park’s Memorial Day Parade returns for a third year after a half decade hiatus on Monday, May 30th. The popular event will start, once again, at 10 o’clock in the morning on the east side of town at Sherman School and proceed down East Grant Avenue turning onto Chestnut Street passing the review stand […]

BOE Calls For Independent Investigation Of Tuition Scandal

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Published: April 6, 2016
BOE Calls For Independent Investigation Of Tuition Scandal  | read this item

After a two-and-a-half hour closed session at last night’s Board Of Education (BOE) meeting, the board returned to the open public meeting and had BOE Attorney Jennifer Osborne read a hand-carried resolution into the record. Mrs. Osborne simply read, “The Board appoints Peter V. Fallon, Esq. for the purpose of conducting a special district investigation.” […]

2016 Bulk Pick-Up Dates Announced

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Published: March 31, 2016
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2016 Bulk Pick-Up Dates Announced  | read this item

The first of two annual bulk pick-ups will be in June. The east side of town will have pick-up on Thursday, June 16th and the west side will be the following day, Friday, June 17th. This is the second year in a row that Roselle Park will have two (2) bulk pick-ups – one in […]

E-Mail Reveals Principal & Business Administrator Knew Out-Of-Town Relative Was To Be Tuition-Free

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Published: March 29, 2016
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E-Mail Reveals Principal & Business Administrator Knew Out-Of-Town Relative Was To Be Tuition-Free  | read this item

In reviewing over one hundred pages of emails received through Open Public Records Act (OPRA) requests, Roselle Park News has obtained an e-mail conversation between Roselle Park School District (RPSD) Business Administrator Sue Guercio and Robert Gordon School Principal Frances Kenny that reveals they both were aware that the principal’s relative – who lives out-of-district […]

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 […]

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