All eyes on Roselle as it gears up for June primaries

ROSELLE, NJ — Residents in the borough of Roselle are closely watching this year’s municipal primary in June, four Democratic candidates are running for two council seats — two for a single seat in the 3rd Ward and two for a seat in the 1st Ward. Candidates for 3rd Ward council seats are incumbent Andrea Staten […]

Pilgrim Pipeline forum in Roselle to address residents’ concerns

ROSELLE, NJ — Residents of the Borough of Roselle, as well as surrounding towns throughout Union County, are being invited to a public forum about the proposed Pilgrim Pipeline project. The event, sponsored by Roselle Mayor Christine Dansereau and supported by the Food and Water Watch, the Coalition Against Pilgrim Pipeline, and 30 other New Jersey […]

Roselle: Union County’s first sanctuary city

ROSELLE, NJ — It was standing room only at the March 15 council meeting of the borough of Roselle, as Roselle Mayor Christine Dansereau made history by signing an executive order that declared Roselle a sanctuary municipality. Roselle is the first town in Union County to become a sanctuary municipality. A sanctuary city or municipality, while […]

Harassment charges dismissed in Dansereau v. Holley case

ROSELLE, NJ — On Thursday, March 9, the long-anticipated trial in the Dansereau v. Holley case finally came to an end when harassment charges filed by Roselle Mayor Christine Dansereau against state Assemblyman Jamel Holley were dismissed by Judge Antonio Inacio in a packed Clark Municipal Court. Inacio granted a motion from Clark Township Municipal Prosecutor […]

Roselle senior group locked out of community center

ROSELLE, NJ — The Roselle Active Seniors group has been, literally, locked out of the Amalfe Community Center, where members have been meeting for more than 30 years. According to the borough administration, it has reached out to the group regarding the possibility of a meeting to resolve the issue, but no meeting was scheduled as […]

Roselle receives grant to purchase body cameras

ROSELLE, NJ — The borough of Roselle has received a grant to purchase body cameras from the office of the New Jersey State Attorney General. Roselle is the first municipality in Union County to receive a grant this year, and the borough is expected to purchase 30 units. The $15,000 grant from Attorney General Christopher Porrino […]

Roselle senior group moved out of community center

ROSELLE. NJ — It seems that no one is being spared these days in the borough of Roselle. Roselle Active Seniors, an active and long-standing senior group in the borough since 1983 with about 80 members, has been asked to vacate Roselle’s Amalfe community center — where they conduct all of their meetings and most events […]

Roselle officials’ homes vandalized in multiple incidents

ROSELLE, NJ — More violence has rocked the Borough of Roselle, as vandals struck both the home of Roselle Mayor Christine Dansereau and former borough councilwoman Sylvia Turnage last week. Both homes were hit the same night, in the early hours of January 12. On the same night of the incidents, shots were heard ringing out […]

Roselle council gives ‘no confidence’ vote for mayor

ROSELLE, NJ — Turmoil continues to bubble over in Roselle. At the Dec. 21 meeting of the Borough of Roselle council, a vote of “no confidence” was brought forth against Mayor Christine Dansereau. The resolution, put on the table by Councilwoman Carla Walker, accused Dansereau of a laundry list of charges. But although the council hit […]

CITIZENS OF NEW JERSEY A CALL TO ACTION BY MONDAY A.M.

 WHAT IS GOVERNOR CHRISTIE TRYING TO HIDE? For over 100 years, governments and businesses in the U.S. have been required to inform the public about vital matters like government contract bids, variance applications, sub-division variance applications, foreclosures, sales of government property, government contract bids, and municipal tax sales. But this week, Gov. Chris Christie and […]