Suburban Opinion

Reader: We need to steer clear of Divided States of America

Lately, I find myself wondering about current factors that contribute to the ongoing divisiveness in our nation. It appears that we are experiencing a...

Reader: Republicans will ‘Bring Balance Back’ to Sayreville

As the campaign season comes to a close it is disappointing that the Sayreville Democratic candidates rely on misinformation and half-truths to scare the...

Reader supports Batko for re-election to Sayreville school board

Since the change of the Board of Education's (BOE) election to November, it is difficult to locate the candidates for the BOE on the ballot....

Novak and Kilpatrick are leadership for Sayreville

Mary Novak and Vicky Kilpatrick are councilwomen Sayreville residents need to re-elect. They are working hard to keep Sayreville a safe place to live,...

Novak, Kilpatrick will solve affordable housing issue in Sayreville

One of the biggest problems facing Sayreville is the plan to build 5,000 apartments to meet our mandated affordable housing obligation. This will mean...

Reader supports Weber for Old Bridge Council

As an Asian American, I urge all communities to support Frank Weber for Ward 3 council in Old Bridge. Please go out and vote for...

Ward 4 resident does not support Rosencranz for council

I am responding to a letter sent by Brian Cahill, council president of Old Bridge, in regard to supporting council candidate Alan Rosencranz (Council...

What will gas power facility mean for Old Bridge?

As the former director of Special Services in Old Bridge, I have always been concerned about environmental impacts on the health, safety and access...

Council president endorses Rosencranz in Old Bridge

It has been my pleasure to serve on the Old Bridge Township Council with my colleague, current vice president and councilman representing Ward 4,...

Denial of religious rights could lead expenses, lawsuit

There has been much discussion about the Dwarakadhish Temple’s application before the Sayreville Zoning Board of Adjustment, and that’s a good thing. People should...

Rail workers support Razzoli for Old Bridge Council

The Brotherhood of Maintenance of Way Employees Division (BMWED) - International Brotherhood of Teamsters (IBT) is a national union representing rail workers who build...

Budget increases ‘a major win’ for Catholic schools

While the unfortunate delay in passing the Fiscal Year '18 state budget certainly held our collective attention for several days this summer and caused...

Sweeney fought to protect funding for those with disabilities

The state budget battle took many twists and turns this year, but we would be remiss not to acknowledge the final funding bill and...
Frank Wojciechowski

Sporting events should be taken lightly

Whenever India and Pakistan meet in cricket semifinal or final matches, people on both sides of the border expect only a win from their...

American Health Care Act will negatively affect persons with disabilities

  The American Health Care Act (AHCA), which was recently passed by the House and will be voted on soon by the Senate, will have...
Eric Sucar

Community at large led to success of Jammin for Jaclyn

​We want to thank everyone who in some way supported Jammin for Jaclyn on April 29. As many of you know, the benefit this year...

Old Bridge politicians need to act on pipeline

After two Township Council meetings, constituent calls to the council president and mayor of Old Bridge, more than 1,000 concerned residents and Middlesex County signing up...

Elect Art Haney to the state Senate

In the 1980s through the early 2000s, I was a director of the Middlesex County Environmental Coalition for many years. Our coalition name and...
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Twentieth Annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival

Sun, Nov 3 - Sun, Nov 17 7:30 pm - 10:00 pm

MCCaffreys in Princeton - Thanksgiving Menu Tastings

Sat, Nov 9 - Tue, Nov 19 11:00 am - 4:00 pm

Free ADHD Support Group Meeting

Mon, Nov 11 7:45 pm - 9:00 pm

Middlesex County 2019 Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off

Sun, Nov 17 8:00 am - 2:00 pm

Library Music Live: Rarely performed music from our Special Collections

Wed, Nov 20 7:30 pm - 8:30 pm

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