1291 Stuyvesant Avenue
P.O. Box 3639
Union, NJ 07083

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Office hours: Monday – Friday 9 am to 5 pm 



Advertising                                                                                908-686-7700 or 908-688-0401 (fax)
Business Office (Retail Billing)                                            908-686-7700 or 908-688-0401 (fax)
Circulation ( Home Delivery/Store Sales)                     908-686-7700 or 908-688-0401 (fax)
Classifieds                                                                                   908-686-7700 or 908-688-0401 (fax)
Obituaries                                                                                   908-686-7700 or 908-688-0401 (fax)
Editorial Departments (News Staff )

  • ESSEX County                                                               908-686-7700 or 908-688-0401 (fax)
  • UNION County                                                             908-686-7700 or 908-686-0401 (fax)

Legals ( Public Notices )                                                        908-686-7700 or 908-688-0401 (fax)
Production ( Art/Media )                                                      908-686-7700 or 908-688-0401 (fax)
Town Planner Calendars                                                        908-686-7700 or 908-688-0401 (fax)
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2 Responses to "CONTACT US"

  1. Kenneth Cieslak   July 1, 2016 at 11:24 am

    Hello..There was an article about Union County College in the June 2nd edition and I cant find it..Can you send me the link to that article???Thanks

    • Staci   July 28, 2016 at 11:11 pm

      Dear Editor,
      Today I picked up a copy of the Baltusrol PGA edition of your paper. I have to say I was shocked & a little disgusted with some of the pictures that you printed representing the town of Springfield. Does your photographer really consider a run down staircase in an alley off of Center Street “a glimpse of Springfield”? (Page 14). Or page 16, a bicycle in another alley off of Morris Ave? Maybe that photo is a little more “artistic” but I don’t think that those photos properly represent the town, the tournament or the businesses that are featured in this paper.
      I’d love an explanation!
      Thank you,


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