Letters to the Editor

May 3, 2018

Dear Assemblyman Webber, On Friday, April 27, the three students involved with the March For Our Lives in Morristown attended a meeting with you at your Parsippany office. As one of the candidates currently running to represent us in the 11th congressional district of New Jersey, we reached out ...

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Retro Fitness of Kenvil would like to extend a heartfelt THANK YOU to all our members and guest for supporting our Zumba fundraiser on April 28 to help support the 11th Hour Animal Rescue.  The Group-X instructors, Christine and Sandi, did a fantastic job organizing the event and getting ...

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One of the responsibilities that parents take most seriously is protecting their children from injury, whether it is buckling seat belts in a car or wearing a helmet while riding a bike. And when their kids become teenagers and want to participate in sports or other activities, parents do ...

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It is clear from headlines that child abuse and neglect is a nationwide tragedy – and the impacts reverberate to us all. April is Child Abuse Prevention Month, and we would like to take the opportunity to bring awareness to this issue. Approximately 702,000 incidents of child maltreatment are ...

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On January 29, Congressman Rodney Frelinghuysen announced his decision to retire.  Presumably he is now free to vote his conscience rather than blindly go along with his party’s agenda against the interests of the working class in America. On February 14, he voted to support a bill that allows ...

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As a 100-year-old, independent, private, and voluntary non-profit association serving the needs of 435 public and non-public high schools and nearly 300,000 student athletes, we have an unwavering commitment to promoting and protecting education-based interscholastic athletics. At our core, we are ...

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The Ayres/ Knuth Farm Foundation was thrilled to honor one of their own on Saturday  October 7, 2017. The dinner event held in the Community Room; included over 72 friends and family, along with  former coworkers and volunteers from various organizations. Elected officials in attendance were ...

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On November 7  New Jerseyans will elect a new Governor. The choice could not be more stark or important. The choice will either protect us from decisions being made in Washington or it will impact us in negative ways for years into the future. Constitutionally, the New Jersey Governorship is the ...

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As a New Jersey resident and strong supporter of our local library, I urge all New Jersey citizens to vote “YES” on Tuesday, November 7 for the NJ Library Construction Bond Act, supporting libraries across NJ.  Libraries are increasingly becoming the social hubs of our communities.This act ...

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The Environmental Protection Agency is under great threat. While chaos and confusion swirl around the Trump White House, and the public is distracted by the Russia Investigation, the egregious behavior of the president regarding Charlottesville, tweet upon crazy tweet and rallies, there is ...

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