Snow Alert Issued For Roselle Park And Other Union County Towns

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Published: November 25, 2014
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Snow Alert Issued For Roselle Park And Other Union County Towns  | read this item

An advisory was broadcast through the Union County Alert System projecting snow totals that could range from 3 to 6 inches tomorrow across Union County. Rain is expected to start early tomorrow and then turn to snow by the end of the morning before concluding late in the evening. The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders […]

Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony & Holiday Gala On December 5th

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Published: November 25, 2014
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Annual Tree Lighting Ceremony & Holiday Gala On December 5th  | read this item

Roselle Park’s annual Tree Lighting Ceremony and Holiday Gala will be taking place on Friday, December 5th, at the Casano Community Center. Up until last year, the Tree Lighting and Holiday Show would usually take place at Michael Mauri Park. The event starts at 6:30 p.m. with music and entertainment by Roselle Park School District choirs […]

Michael Yakubov Pleads Guilty. Charges To Be Conditionally Dismissed.

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Published: November 25, 2014
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Michael Yakubov Pleads Guilty. Charges To Be Conditionally Dismissed.  | read this item

Fifth Ward Councilman Michael Yakubov, acting as a resident of the Borough and citizen, pleaded guilty to the Disorderly Persons and Criminal Mischief charges in connection with the theft of a Carl Hokanson campaign sign from a neighbor’s lawn last month. Standing before Judge Thomas A. Vitale in Kenilworth for the almost 30-minute hearing with […]

65% Of 2014 Tax Increase Due To School District. Coming Years A Concern For RPSD.

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Published: November 23, 2014
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65% Of 2014 Tax Increase Due To School District. Coming Years A Concern For RPSD.  | read this item

With an increase of $800,475.00 in the 2014 tax levy – the largest annual increase since 2007 – the Roselle Park School District (RPSD) accounts for 65% of the increase to be paid by property taxes. The school district also accounts for the largest portion of this year’s tax levy, with around 52¢ of every dollar […]

Grand Opening Event At Dancers Pointe

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Published: November 22, 2014
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Grand Opening Event At Dancers Pointe  | read this item

Newly relocated Dancers Pointe will be holding a Grand Opening Event on Saturday, December 6th, between 1 p.m. and 5 in the afternoon. They are located at 122 East Westfield Avenue. Vendors, food, snacks, desserts and drinks – sponsored by many local businesses such as Costa’s Restaurant – will be on-hand to take part in […]

Reward Offered For Missing Family Cat

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Published: November 21, 2014
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Reward Offered For Missing Family Cat  | read this item

UPDATE (11/25/2014): The Reward has been increased to $500. A $500 reward has been offered for information leading to the return of Fiona – the Curia family cat – which has been missing since Wednesday, November 19th. Fiona is microchipped and was last seen in the area of West Roselle Avenue between Larch and Elm […]

Zachary Infante In Tamburlaine: The Highest Reaches

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Published: November 16, 2014
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Zachary Infante In Tamburlaine: The Highest Reaches  | read this item

Brooklyn is less than an hour’s drive from Roselle Park – not that far to go. For Zachary Infante, the journey from his hometown of Roselle Park to the Brooklyn stage – where he is currently in the production of Christopher Marlowe’s milestone play “Tamburlaine” until December 21st – carries a distance that has taken him farther […]

Permanent Eyebrows And Other Personal Grooming Services Now Allowed In Roselle Park

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Published: November 9, 2014
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Permanent Eyebrows And Other Personal Grooming Services Now Allowed In Roselle Park  | read this item

In response to a business owner who wanted to offer permanent eyebrows to clients, only to fid out it was not permitted in Roselle Park, the governing body last Thursday voted and approved to allow such services, along with other personal grooming services. Roselle Park’s ordinances for businesses are exclusionary, which means that if something […]

Boy Scouts Having Annual Holiday Wreath Sale

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Published: November 9, 2014
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Boy Scouts Having Annual Holiday Wreath Sale  | read this item

The Boy Scouts of Roselle Park, Troop 56, are having their annual Holiday Wreath Sale from now until December 1st. Wreaths, approximately 18 inches in diameter, will be professionally decorated and will be delivered between the end of November and the beginning of December. Each wreath is $20. Scouts will be visiting neighborhoods throughout the borough but anyone […]

2nd Ward Council Seat Will Need To Be Filled

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Published: November 8, 2014
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2nd Ward Council Seat Will Need To Be Filled  | read this item

With the election of current 2nd Ward Councilwoman Charlene Storey to the position of Council-At-Large, the councilwoman’s seat will become vacant and will require an appointment to fulfill the remainder of her term which expires on December 31st of 2015. As is the custom in line with New Jersey statutes, the members of the majority […]

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