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E.O. proposes all public, private workers get paid sick leave

EAST ORANGE  — East Orange Mayor Lester Taylor and 1st Ward Councilman Chris James have introduced a new ordinance that would make it easier for workers in the city’s public…

Former water commissioners answer questions

EAST ORANGE — Cancer survivor Cynthia Thompson attended a meeting inside a storefront adjacent to the Faith Temple Church on Halsted Street on Tuesday, July 29, to allow concerned East Orange…

P.O.P., NAACP mourn death of Mary Weaver

P.O.P., NAACP mourn death of Mary Weaver

ORANGE — The death of Mary Weaver, a member of the People’s Organization for Progress and the Oranges-Maplewood NAACP, was announced on Friday, Aug. 1, by Larry Hamm, the chairman…

Mayor, police director outline public safety goals

ORANGE — Crime is on the decline, according to Orange Mayor Dwayne Warren and police Director Hakim Sims on Monday, July 28, when they released copies of the latest statistics from…

Carol Clark on guilty plea: not surprised, but disappointed

EAST ORANGE — Former East Orange Water Commission Assistant Executive Director William Mowell, 52, of Wyckoff, pleaded guilty in Essex County Superior Court on Friday, July 25, to conspiring to manipulate…

EO mayor: guilty plea by ex-water commissioner is ‘despicable’

EO mayor: guilty plea by ex-water commissioner is ‘despicable’

EAST ORANGE — Last week, acting New Jersey Attorney General John Hoffman announced that William Mowell, 52, of Wyckoff, the former East Orange Water Commission assistant executive director, has pleaded guilty…

Nassan’s Place offers enrichment program for autistic children

EAST ORANGE — Nassan’s Place, a nonprofit, autism-awareness organization in East Orange, strives to make the needs of children its first priority. On Monday, July 7, Nadine Wright-Arbubakkr, the organization’s president,…

EO’s Green named Irvington Housing Department director

EAST ORANGE — Now that East Orange Third Ward Councilman Ted Green has helped former Irvington Board of Education President Tony Vauss become the new mayor of Irvington, he has earned…

Lawn Reception culminates EO’s 150th anniversary celebration

Lawn Reception culminates EO’s 150th anniversary celebration

EAST ORANGE — The Historical Society of East Orange hosted its annual Lawn Reception on Saturday, June 21, at 345 North Arlington Ave. and, according to event organizers and participants, Goldie…

Mayor questions why EOWC commissioners refused to resign

EAST ORANGE — Last week, East Orange Mayor Lester Taylor had a few choice words for the two members of the East Orange Water Commission who failed to heed his request…

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