Note to our newspaper subscribers

Problems at the printing plant where our newspapers are printed have caused a delay in their distribution. Subscribers to the News-Record of Maplewood and South Orange, The Glen Ridge Paper, West Orange Chronicle, Irvington Herald, The Independent Press of Bloomfield, Record-Transcript and Union County LocalSource should receive their newspapers in Friday’s mail. We apologize for […]

Children’s Summer Theatre Workshop to be offered

LINDEN, NJ — Mystic Vision Players invites your children to spend their summer living and learning the love of theater at an affordable cost. The Children’s Summer Theatre Workshop is a six-week summer program for children ages 8-14 offering expert theater education by New Jersey-certified teachers for everyone from the novice to the seasoned performer. […]

Linden police to participate in UText. UDrive. UPay enforcement campaign

LINDEN, NJ — Law enforcement officers from the Linden Police Department will be cracking down on distracted drivers during April as part of New Jersey’s UDrive. UText. UPay. enforcement campaign. Beginning Saturday, April 1, and running through the end of the month, the high visibility law enforcement initiative will target motorists who engage in dangerous […]

Former Linden resident celebrates his 102nd birthday

Former Linden resident celebrates his 102nd birthday

NEWTON, MA — 2Life Communities resident Phil Schwartz celebrated his 102nd birthday last month at 2Life’s Coleman House campus in Newton, Mass. Schwartz served in World War II for four years, fighting in North Africa and Italy. Originally from Linden, Schwartz was married for 71 years before his wife, Miriam, died in 2012. Schwartz is […]

Linden teen helps new foster care law get passed

LINDEN, NJ — Deanna Lescouflair, a senior from Linden High School, helped write and advocate for the passage of legislation recently signed into law by Gov. Phil Murphy to protect sibling relationships for children and teens in New Jersey’s child welfare system. The “Siblings’ Bill of Rights,” signed into law in January, codifies the rights […]

Linden police have sobriety checkpoint for end-of-year campaign

Linden police have sobriety checkpoint for end-of-year campaign

LINDEN, NJ — Law enforcement officials from Linden will be cracking down on drivers impaired by alcohol or drugs as part of the annual end-of-year “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over” statewide campaign. Through Sunday, Jan. 1, 2023, local and state law enforcement officials will conduct saturation patrols and sobriety checkpoints, looking for motorists who […]

Real Estate company completes sales totaling $12.75 million

LINDEN, NJ — B6 Real Estate Advisors, the New York City–based investment sales and capital advisory brokerage led by industry veteran Paul J. Massey Jr., has announced the sale of four properties encompassing approximately 50,000 square feet across Hudson and Union counties in New Jersey, totaling a value of $12.75 million. “These deals showcase B6’s […]

School board candidates square off in upcoming election

UNION COUNTY — In addition to state, county and local municipal elections, Tuesday, Nov. 8, will also see Board of Education candidates square off and seek votes. Although many of the candidates have catchy slogans, in much the same manner as their cohorts on municipal councils and committees, the key element missing for BOE candidates […]

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