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Monday, January 7, 2019

Malcolm Dunn obituary and arrangements.. Olddoc questions legal services contracts among other things..Noel at HS Sports: New Brunswick too much for Plainfield..

  • Boys Basketball: Plainfield at New Brunswick. Read more here.
  • City Council: Council reorganization Monday night. Read more here.
  • City Hall: Plainfield City Hall marks 100 years. Read more here. -- And view photo gallery here.
  • Schools:  Plainfield students invited to Carefree Fridays, Operation Fuse. Read more here.
  • Obituary: Malcolm Dunn. Read more here. -- Visitation Friday at PHS, funeral Saturday at Fountain.

  • Englewood Cliffs:  Dem-dominated Council fires two, calls cops at chaotic meeting. Read more here.
  • Film: 'Green Book' wins Golden Globe despite 'white savior' criticism. Read more here.
  • 1918 Flu Epidemic:  Radar survey finds hundreds of graves linked to 1918 flu epidemic. Read more here.
  • Trenton: Mayor Gusciora angles for big bucks for the city. Read more here.


    • 2019 Elections: Why the Assembly heads the 2019 elections. Read more here. -- This explanation is a keeper.
    • Booker 2020 --
    • Gov. Murphy:  Union leaders pledge support to Murphy at DC meeting. Read more here.
    • Corruption (NOT): Decade after arrest, exonerated NJ pol pens a cautionary tale. Read more here. -- Did Christie frame him?
    • Dem State Committee Chair --
      • Sweeney concerned about trading votes for jobs. Read more here. -- In NJ!? I'm shocked, shocked!
    • Nuclear Energy: PSEG tried to give $55K to Norcross 'dark money' group after subsidy passed. Unfortunately, article is behind a paywall; where is the Ledger or Record's investigative reporting?
      • 'Resistance': Leader: Trump’s presidency will end very soon, but it won’t mean our work is done. Read more here.
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