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Union Man Charged in Credit Card Thefts

December 13, 2018

NEWARK, N.J. – A Union man was among two North Jersey men charged for their respective roles in a conspiracy that used stolen credit cards removed from the mail by U.S. Postal Service (USPS) employees to defraud banks that issued the cards, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.

Olagoke Araromi, 22, of Union, and Elhadj Fofana, of Orange, are charged with one count each of bank fraud ...

Union High School Principal Files Lawsuit Claiming Racially Motivated Discrimination

UNION, NJ – A second lawsuit in as many weeks involving Union schools has been filed by an employee of the school district.

Corey Lowery, currently on administrative leave as principal of Union High School, has filed a lawsuit against Vito Nufrio in his capacity as the Board of Education President, the Union Township Board of Education, and other unnamed individuals, ...

Lawsuit Contains Explosive Allegations Against School Leadership

UNION, NJ – An explosive lawsuit, naming the Union High School principal and members of the administration as defendants, was filed late last week on behalf of Union’s Director of Athletics alleging harassment and discrimination.

Township of Union Schools Athletic Director Linda Ionta, a Union school district employee for 29 years, filed suit last week against Union High School ...


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