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Opinion: Kudos to Howell Mayor William Gotto for Taking a Stand Against Anti-Semitism

william gottoby Zev Kotel. This last month was a tough one for Howell’s Mayor William Gotto. A proposed 72-unit affordable housing project to be built at the corner of the intersection of Fort Plains and West Farms roads, just west of Route 9, has been the cause of a swelling of opposition among a group of Howell residents. Read more ›

New Elementary Boys School Opening in Lakewood

cheder tlsWith many Lakewood elementary boys schools in Lakewood this year only accepting siblings due to the limited room, a new elementary school will be opening to help fill the gap. Read more ›

Agudah: Amid Recent Violence, We Must Redouble Efforts to Protect Institutions; Community Urged to Contact Members of Congress

agudah washingtonAgudath Israel: Amid the recent violence, we must redouble our efforts to urge our government to do all in its power to protect its citizens and institutions against any and all terrorist threats. Read more ›

DPW Employee Suspended for One Day for Cursing at Resident

dpw drop off siteRegina Lassitar, the DPW employee caught on tape cursing at a resident attempting to drop off his trash seven minutes before closing time, has been suspended for one day, sources tell TLS. Read more ›

PHOTOS: NJ Turnpike Service Area Destroyed by Sandy Reopens with New Building

grover service areaMore than three years after being destroyed by Hurricane Sandy, a New Jersey Turnpike service area has reopened. Read more ›

TAKE NOTICE: Non-Kosher Snapple being Sold in Local Supermarkets

Snapple-Cranberry-RaspberryAs reported earlier this year, the OK has removed their certification from the Snapple Cranberry Raspberry flavor – both regular and diet. Read more ›

NJSP: Plan for Roads to be Stuffed Like Turkeys This Thanksgiving; Tips

gsp traffic tlsHuge numbers of people will be taking advantage of low fuel costs this Thanksgiving holiday to reconnect with friends, gather with family, and of course, enjoy a turkey feast.  Read more ›

Petirah of Rebbetzin Sarah Schustal A”H [UPDATED]

candleWe regret to inform you of the Petirah of Rebbetzin Sarah Schustal A”H, mother of BMG Rosh Yeshivah Reb Dovid Schustal. Read more ›

Court of Appeals Rejects Appeal for Stay in Mendelsohn Cremation Case

martinCSE: “Moments ago we received devastating news: the New York State Court of Appeals has rejected the appeal for a stay. Read more ›

U.S. State Dept. Issues Worldwide Travel Alert Due to Increased Terrorist Threats

plane tlsThe State Department alerts U.S. citizens to possible risks of travel due to increased terrorist threats. Read more ›

NJ Lawmakers Want Transparency in Out-of-Network Care Costs

health-insurance-blue-logoA two-bill consumer protection package intended to eliminate surprise out-of-network health care charges when an individual receives medically-necessary emergency services or inadvertent out-of-network care was advanced by an Assembly panel on Monday. Read more ›

Last Call to Join HVAC-R Course Beginning Next Week

hvac2[COMMUNICATED] On Nov 30, Parnassah Network Seminars will begin its HVAC-R Heating and Refrigeration course in the state of the art OCVTS facilities. Read more ›

Op-Ed: Governor Christie: Do Israelis Need to be Killed in ‘Mass Murder’ for the Flags to be Lowered?

us flag tlsTo the honorable Governor Chris Christie: I read your executive order regarding the lowering of the flag in solidarity with France following the recent terror attacks. I also noticed Read more ›

Dashcam Video: Carelessness on the Roads (CSO Dashcam)

carlessVIDEO: These two dashcam clips highlight some of the careless driving habits on the road which lead to serious accidents. A bit of patience goes a long way. Read more ›

U.S. Existing-Home Sales Fall, but still Higher than Previous Year

townhouses 2With mortgage rates remaining below 4 percent for the third straight month, existing-home sales in October were at a healthy pace but failed to keep up with September’s jump, according to the National Association of Realtors. Read more ›