Historic Preservation Commission Meeting

Tue, July 14
7:00 pm — 8:30 pm
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66 Main Street West Orange, NJ 07052

66 Main Street
West Orange, NJ 07052

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This Week's Essex County Food Distribution Event Will Be in Orange

August 3, 2020

ESSEX COUNTY, NJ — This week's Essex County Emergency Food Distribution Event will be Thursday, August 6, at St. Matthew AME Church in Orange to help families negatively impacted by the Coronavirus. The 1,000 boxes of food that will be distributed are meant to benefit families who are not able to afford food. 

It will be held as follows:

Date: ...

Take Your Pants and House Plants for a Walk on July 27

Did you know there’s a holiday called, Take Your Pants for a Walk Day, that is celebrated on July 27? After the last few months, I think we can all stand to take a walk! You can even make it a fun time spent with your kids, or even a game. You can see who can point out the most pretty flowers along the way, most driveways with chalk drawings, dogs in the windows, or anything else ...

Message from West Orange Superintendent: Reopening Schools Town Hall

August 3, 2020

Message from Superintendent: Reopening Schools Town Hall

WEST ORANGE PUBLIC SCHOOLS, NJ·SATURDAY, AUGUST 1, 2020·6 MINUTES

Dear West Orange Families and Students,

I hope this finds you all well and enjoying some degree of rest and relaxation with your friends and loved ones during the summer recess.

In advance of our virtual Town hall panel discussion scheduled for ...

Citing COVID Concerns Nearly Half of Jersey City Teachers Say They Prefer Remote Learning to Start New School Year

August 3, 2020

JERSEY CITY, NJ - A survey of Jersey City teachers indicated that more than 200 of the district’s 3,000 teachers may not be willing to enter classrooms in September due to COVID-19 concerns. The district conducted a survey to see how many teachers intended to return either through in class teaching or distance learning.

Slightly more than half the total teachers responded to the survey, ...

Open for Business

When everything “opened up” this summer I didn’t think it would include my mouth.

But I probably should have perceived that at some point during this pandemic I would have to visit the dentist.

Over the past six months I have gotten used to moving previously outsourced services in-house. For instance, while everyone was letting their Covid freak flag fly, I mastered the ...

Cat Code 2.0

One of the many projects that I didn’t get to when the world locked down was dealing with the bins of legos that take up space in the closet.

Legos were a staple in my house not all that long ago, and to this day walking across the carpet in bare feet brings back sharp memories of their prevalence in my home.

But I hate to get rid of them. They look so neglected. Kind of like the last ...