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Honoring 41, What's Closed on National Day of Mourning for President George H. W. Bush

December 4, 2018

WASHINGTON, DC -  The United States of America will observe a National Day of Mourning on Wed. Dec. 5 to honor the 41st President of the United States, George Herbert Walker Bush. 

In addition to all flags being flown a half staff, there will be closures in both government and the private sector. 

The United States Senate postponed all votes until after the ...

Mayor Backs Bill Giving Driver's Licenses to Undocumented Immigrants

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Mayor James Cahill added his support to a chorus of urban area leaders in praising a proposed state law allowing undocumented immigrants to obtain driver's licenses.

On Tuesday, state legislators introduced a bill permitting these immigrants to get licenses because many of them are already currently driving on New Jersey roads.

Cahill joined mayors from six ...

Senator Cryan Calls for Proactive Measures to Address Thursday’s Subpar Storm Response

UNION COUNTY, NJ - After the winter storm on Thursday that crippled many parts of New Jersey for hours and placed thousands across the state in potentially dangerous weather-created environments, Senator Joe Cryan (D-20) released a statement on Friday afternoon requesting proactive measures be taken to address storm response shortcomings.

"The intensity of yesterday's storm was ...

The City of Elizabeth Celebrates Veterans Day

ELIZABETH, NJ - Veterans, active members of the military, first responders, ROTC students and citizens of Elizabeth gathered together at Winfield Scott Park to commemorate the heroism of those who serve in the armed forces and to celebrate all veterans.

The short ceremony took place on Sunday morning with Sgt. Rey Gonzalez of the Elizabeth Police Department leading off with the Pledge ...


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