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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 ...

TAPinto Roselle Park and Roselle Park News Team Up to Bring Mayoral Candidates Debate to the Community

ROSELLE PARK, NJ - Two news sources, three candidates running for Mayor, and a lot of questions to be answered. That’s what to expect as the Borough of Roselle Park heads into its first of two candidate debates in October prior to the November election. 

Starting on October 11, at 7 p.m. at Roselle Park Borough Hall located at 110 East Westfield Ave. will be the first of two ...

Mayor Dansereau Calls Roselle Democratic Chairman Atkins Statements a Political Attack Based on Blatant Misinformation

ROSELLE, NJ - Roselle Democratic Chairman and Councilman Rev. Reginald Atkins released a statement this week calling on Mayor Christine Dansereau to submit a letter of resignation officially vacating her seat on the local Democratic Committee.

According to Chairman Atkins, the Mayor moved out of the district she was elected to represent on the committee in the June 2017 Democratic Primary, and ...

Roselle’s First Presbyterian Church - First Lighted Church in the World Receives Proclamation on its 150th Annual Celebration

ROSELLE, NJ – Roselle’s First Presbyterian Church is known for being the first church in the world to be “lighted” when the thirty bulb  “electrolier” was installed to the delight of parishioners.

Mayor Christine Dansereau signed a recent proclamation at the church, located at 111 W 5th Ave., and presented it at its recent ...

Roselle Officials Say Door to Door Survey Claims are Not True

ROSELLE, NJ - Residents have reported over the last few days of people coming to their doors claiming to be doing a survey for the Borough. We reached out to Borough officials today to get a clear cut answer on if a survey was being conducted door to door. 

“It is not true," said Business Administrator Bryan Russell. "While there is currently a survey being conducted, ...

Residents Come Out to Borough Hall to Remember 9/11

ROSELLE, NJ -  “Always Remember” was the request by those who spoke at Roselle’s annual 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony on Wednesday evening.

Residents came out to Borough Hall to honor the first responders, firemen, police, volunteers and many others with us and those who have passed. 

The invocation was presented by Rev. Sharae Ford of St. Mathew Baptist Church. The ...

Roselle Park Holds 9/11 Remembrance Ceremony

ROSELLE PARK, NJ  - Residents came out to the firehouse next to Kelly-Kaulfers Memorial Park, on Tuesday evening for the Borough’s September 11th Remembrance Service.

The ceremony honored and remembered the victims and heroes of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, and also honor those serving in the military, both abroad and here at home.

Master of Ceremonies, Mariann ...


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