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Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Plainfield man pleads guilty to threatening Rep. Chris Smith on Facebook.. Anonymous Vegas gambler makes a killing betting against Rutgers.. Olddoc challenges Mayor Mapp's assertions about Plainfield's progress..

CLIPS is your daily roundup of links to blog posts and news about Plainfield or affecting Plainfielders. Begun in 2003 as an email newsletter to Plainfield city council members when I was Plainfield's public information officer, it was later offered to the general public by email and has been available as a blog since 2007. If you have questions, suggestions or tips, email me at plaindan@gmail.com.

  • Facebook Threats:  Plainfield man pleads guilty to threatening Rep. Chris Smith on Facebook.  -- Patch | Ledger |
  • Drake House:  Legends of Sleepy Hollow 1792 at Drake House Sunday. Read the story here.
  • Week Ahead:  The Week Ahead in Plainfield. Read the story here.

  • Newark Schools:  Top-to-bottom reorg coming, Superintendent says. Read the story here.
  • RU Football:  Anonymous Vegas gambler has made a killing betting against Rutgers. Read the story here.

  • [ OLDDOC]  Olddoc challenges Mayor Mapp's assertions about Plainfield's progress. (10/22/18)
  • [Mayor MAPP]  Mayor Mapp advises he has discontinued his blog.
  • [Councilor STORCH]  Storch on the proposed administrative reorganization. (09/10/18)
  • [Freeholder WILLIAMS]  'Paint by the Pond' event Saturday. (10/05/18)
  • [SEAN McKENNA]  Sean on street lights out and City's poor repair record compared to PSE&G. (9/18/18)
  • [JACKIE]  Survivor: David v. Goliath blog party. (10/17/18)
  • [REBECCA at Bathrobe Blogger]   'The Colored Museum' hits the stage this weekend in Plainfield. (9/17/18)
  • [NOEL at Jersey HS Sports]  Franklin takes advantage of Plainfield turnovers. (10/21/18)
  • [DAN at Laona Boy] Dan remembers his childhood church, 1948-61
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