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Authorities investigating anti-Semitism incident in Highland Park

November 10, 2017

HIGHLAND PARK, NJ - Authorities are investigating an alleged incident of anti-Semitism early Thursday morning, where a resident found an envelope on her front lawn, covered in anti-Semitic drawings.

The investigation is being conducted jointly between the Highland Park Police Department and the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office Bias Crimes Unit, according to HPPD Police Chief Stephen ...

Highland Park woman receives package containing dog excrement and anti-Semitic messages

HIGHLAND PARK, NJ - Residents of the 1.8 square mile borough are ​learning of an alleged incident of anti-Semitism early Thursday morning, whe​n ​a resident found an envelope on ​her front lawn covered in anti-Semitic drawings​ and including various forms of trash.​

Elaine Dean, whose lived in Highland Park for at least 14 years, said​ t​he outside of the package ​on ...

Historic New Brunswick church finishes multi-year restoration process

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The 152-year-old St. Peter’s Church on Somerset Street recently opened its sanctuary doors for the first time since May, ending a sweeping restoration of the building.

Extensive work had to be done to restore the church, which lasted several years and involved “plaster repair, art conservation, complete interior repaint, artistic finishes and some new ...

Hub City honors domestic violence victims and survivors with candlelight vigil

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - The Hub City came together on October 11 for a candlelight vigil at the United Methodist Church, to honor those who’ve been affected by domestic abuse.

In attendance were New Brunswick Mayor James Cahill, Highland Park Mayor Gayle Brill Mittler, and Assemblyman Joe Danielsen, who represents New Brunswick in the State Assembly.

Maliha Janjua, Director of Client ...

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