Guest Column

April 13, 2024

Terrell Homes, originally named FDR Apartments after our wartime president, was built in 1946 as U.S. Army barracks and later renamed in honor of its tenant and apartment manager, Millard E. Terrell. At the time, the East Ward neighborhood, along the Passaic River, was brimming with a large, ...

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Terrell Homes, originally named FDR Apartments after our wartime president, was built in 1946 as U.S. Army barracks and later renamed in honor of its tenant and apartment manager, Millard E. Terrell. At the time, the East Ward neighborhood, along the Passaic River, was brimming with a large, ...

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Terrell Homes, originally named FDR Apartments after our wartime president, was built in 1946 as U.S. Army barracks and later renamed in honor of its tenant and apartment manager, Millard E. Terrell. At the time, the East Ward neighborhood, along the Passaic River, was brimming with a large, ...

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Terrell Homes, originally named FDR Apartments after our wartime president, was built in 1946 as U.S. Army barracks and later renamed in honor of its tenant and apartment manager, Millard E. Terrell. At the time, the East Ward neighborhood, along the Passaic River, was brimming with a large, ...

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Terrell Homes, originally named FDR Apartments after our wartime president, was built in 1946 as U.S. Army barracks and later renamed in honor of its tenant and apartment manager, Millard E. Terrell. At the time, the East Ward neighborhood, along the Passaic River, was brimming with a large, ...

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Terrell Homes, originally named FDR Apartments after our wartime president, was built in 1946 as U.S. Army barracks and later renamed in honor of its tenant and apartment manager, Millard E. Terrell. At the time, the East Ward neighborhood, along the Passaic River, was brimming with a large, ...

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Terrell Homes, originally named FDR Apartments after our wartime president, was built in 1946 as U.S. Army barracks and later renamed in honor of its tenant and apartment manager, Millard E. Terrell. At the time, the East Ward neighborhood, along the Passaic River, was brimming with a large, ...

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Terrell Homes, originally named FDR Apartments after our wartime president, was built in 1946 as U.S. Army barracks and later renamed in honor of its tenant and apartment manager, Millard E. Terrell. At the time, the East Ward neighborhood, along the Passaic River, was brimming with a large, ...

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Libraries are the vibrant hearts of our communities, the place we go to connect with knowledge, resources and others. That’s largely thanks to the talented and passionate people who work there. On April 9, 2024, as the world celebrates National Library Workers Day, we invite all residents to join ...

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As someone who has spent 48 years playing a role in the life and growth of generations of Jersey’s City young people students, I have a unique perspective on our city’s rich history and its future potential. Beginning in 1974 as a health and physical education teacher in our school system – and ...

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NEW JERSEY — During the afternoon of Monday, April 8, a total solar eclipse will be seen across parts of the United States, Canada, and Mexico. While New Jerseyans will only experience a partial eclipse, thousands of people, including from the state, are expected to travel to see the spectacular ...

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NEW JERSEY — During the afternoon of Monday, April 8, a total solar eclipse will be seen across parts of the United States, Canada, and Mexico. While New Jerseyans will only experience a partial eclipse, thousands of people, including from the state, are expected to travel to see the spectacular ...

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - Ahead of the highly anticipated solar eclipse on April 8th, 2024, members of the East Brunswick community are gearing up to make the most of this celestial event, but what exactly is a solar eclipse? A solar eclipse occurs when the moon passes between the sun and Earth, casting ...

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When I was a member of the New Jersey State Assembly (2010-2016), I helped to organize a forum aimed at advocating for youth health and fitness. The objective was to promote the critical importance of affordable and accessible sports opportunities for the children of Jersey City, particularly ...

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NEW JERSEY — During the afternoon of Monday, April 8, a total solar eclipse will be seen across parts of the United States, Canada, and Mexico. While New Jerseyans will only experience a partial eclipse, thousands of people, including from the state, are expected to travel to see the spectacular ...

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NEW JERSEY — During the afternoon of Monday, April 8, a total solar eclipse will be seen across parts of the United States, Canada, and Mexico. While New Jerseyans will only experience a partial eclipse, thousands of people, including from the state, are expected to travel to see the spectacular ...

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National Public Health Week (April 1 to April 7) is a time for us to reflect on the importance of the public health institutions in our community. The American Public Health Association celebrates the successes of public health organizations around the country the first full week in April each ...

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - As science educators, we are thrilled to have a rare opportunity to observe the eclipse phenomenon. On April 8th our area will experience 90% of a total solar eclipse. The process will begin around 2:10 PM, reaching 90% totality around 3:25, and ending around 4:30 PM.  Thanks ...

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NEW JERSEY -- Despite research from the American Psychiatric Association (APA) that finds that 87% of Americans feel “anxious” or “very anxious" about inflation, New Jerseyans seem to be among the least impacted, according to a new study by WalletHub.   In its analysis of 2022’s Happiest ...

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NEW JERSEY -- Despite research from the American Psychiatric Association (APA) that finds that 87% of Americans feel “anxious” or “very anxious" about inflation, New Jerseyans seem to be among the least impacted, according to a new study by WalletHub.   In its analysis of 2022’s Happiest ...

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I interviewed Ken Kida, the project superintendent with March Construction/Consulting. Ken is leading the Courthouse Square project. The project began as restoration of the historic Union Hotel. When finally approved and started, it included apartments, green space, restaurants and stores. It is a ...

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My husband’s first word as a toddler was not “mama” or “dada.” It was “ball.” And shortly after that I am sure he was shouting “Let’s Go Mets!”  The man owns 27 Mets T-shirts, 36 Mets baseball caps, seven official MLB jerseys, and well into the hundreds of baseball cards, autographs, bobbleheads ...

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On Sept. 12, 1940, 25 tons of freshly manufactured gunpowder exploded at the Hercules Powder Plant in Kenvil, leaving a 13-foot crater in the ground. It generated a shock wave felt 90 miles away and leveled nearly 1,000 acres of the plant. Fifty-two workers were killed in the blast, and several ...

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The Liberty State Park revitalization plan represents a significant opportunity to transform and enhance one of New Jersey's most cherished public spaces. As a place of natural beauty, historical significance, and cultural importance, Liberty State Park holds a special place in the hearts of ...

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YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, N.Y. -- After doing nothing for three years, the Town Board is finally getting around to addressing the deficiencies in the town’s ethics law.  A public hearing on proposed amendments is scheduled for March 19. The problem, though, is that in the name of strengthening the ...

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Four years ago this month, our nation — which is usually fixated on basketball in March — turned its attention to COVID when the NCAA tournament was canceled. That was when President Trump issued the “Proclamation on Declaring a National Emergency Concerning the Novel Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19) ...

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NEW JERSEY - The State of New Jersey was ranked as the 9th best state for women in 2024, according to a study done by WalletHub. The personal finance website ranked all 50 US states, and the District of Columbia, as the best and worst states for women in 2024, ranking them by a total based on each ...

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NEW JERSEY - The State of New Jersey was ranked as the 9th best state for women in 2024, according to a study done by WalletHub. The personal finance website ranked all 50 US states, and the District of Columbia, as the best and worst states for women in 2024, ranking them by a total based on each ...

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NEW JERSEY - The State of New Jersey was ranked as the 9th best state for women in 2024, according to a study done by WalletHub. The personal finance website ranked all 50 US states, and the District of Columbia, as the best and worst states for women in 2024, ranking them by a total based on each ...

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NEW JERSEY - Happy Leap Day! Today, February 29 is Leap Day. Did you Leap Day only happens once every four years and was instituted by Julius Caesar in order to keep the calendar aligned with the solar calendar. Four million people around the globe were born on Leap Day. People born on February 29 ...

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