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Union County Designated as a Safe Space for the LGBTQ Community by Union County Freeholders

October 17, 2018

UNION COUNTY, NJ - As part of National Coming Out Day the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders declared Union County a Safe Space for LGBTQ individuals during their Freeholder Board mobile meeting that was held in Plainfield on October 11.

The County observed National Coming Out Day on October 11, and participated in the one-day campaign that engages communities to take a stand against the ...

Homeland Security Agents and U.S. Military Officials Raid an Elizabeth Business

ELIZABETH, NJ - Homeland Security Agents an U.S. Military Officials raided an Elizabeth business Wednesday morning seizing materials and leaving residents to wonder what exactly was happening.

According to residents in the area, at approximately 8 a.m. agents from Homeland Security, U.S. Military Officials, and other agencies descended on Imperial Color located at 824 Livingston Street in ...

The City of Elizabeth Receives Acceptance into AARP Network of Age-Friendly Communities

ELIZABETH, NJ - Community members came out to the Elizabeth Public Library on Tuesday morning to watch a ceremony, as the City of Elizabeth has been accepted into the AARP Network of Age-Friendly communities. 

AARP State representatives presented Mayor Bollwage with the city’s certification. With this designation, the City of Elizabeth becomes the 7th municipality in the state ...

9/11 - Seventeen Years Later, A Call for Peace Makers to Rise Up

ELIZABETH, NJ - The City of Elizabeth held a September 11, service on Tuesday morning. Mayor J. Christian Bollwage held the ceremony to remember the tragic events that took place seventeen years ago and to honor those whose lives were lost, including six members of the Elizabeth community.

The vigil included Fire, Police and Military personnel displaying their ...


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