WEST ORANGE, NJ — After complaints continued at the Oct. 16 West Orange Township Council meeting about the recently opened Aron’s Market on Eagle Rock Avenue due to noise and a lack of garbage collection, the township plans to crack down on the business with fines in an effort to relieve the quality-of-life issues the […]
WEST ORANGE, NJ — The flags of all 21 Hispanic countries were raised in front of Town Hall as West Orange residents continued to celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month at an Oct. 15 event hosted by the West Orange Hispanic Foundation. At the event, each flag was carried and planted on Main Street by an individual […]
WEST ORANGE, NJ — Mayor Robert Parisi and Councilman Joe Krakoviak, the two West Orange mayoral candidates on the ballot Nov. 6, debated each other Oct. 14 at B’nai Shalom synagogue in an event hosted by the Pleasant Valley Civic Association and the synagogue. At the debate, the candidates fielded questions from the audience about […]
WEST ORANGE, NJ — At the Sept. 25 West Orange Township Council meeting several residents complained about the noise coming from the recently opened Aron’s Market on Eagle Rock Avenue, saying that delivery trucks and the lack of garbage collection are lowering their quality of life. The kosher grocery store opened in early September and […]
WEST ORANGE, NJ — Fire Chief Anthony Vecchio is presented with a proclamation on Sept. 25 by the mayor and Township Council in recognition of Fire Prevention Week. West Orange Fire Department is hosting its annual open house on Saturday, Oct. 14, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Fire Headquarters, 415 Valley Road.
WEST ORANGE, NJ — The West Orange Human Relations Commission is partnering with West Orange School District to sponsor an anti-bullying campaign for the month of October. Bullying is generally defined as “an intentional act that causes harm to others, and may involve verbal harassment, verbal or non-verbal threats, physical assault, stalking, or other methods […]
WEST ORANGE, NJ — Mayor Robert Parisi honors Alice Fried with a proclamation at the Sept. 25 Township Council meeting, recognizing Fried for 50 years of service as a trustee of the West Orange Scholarship Fund. Fried was also presented with a lifetime achievement award from the committee.
WEST ORANGE, NJ — United Presbyterian Church of West Orange will sponsor ‘Voices of Diversity, Uniting for Change’ to celebrate the ethnic, racial, social and religious diversity of West Orange and the country through music, dance, testimonials and food on Saturday, Sept. 22, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 20 Old Indian Road in […]
WEST ORANGE, NJ — The Township Council approved an ordinance at its Sept. 4 meeting that will allow the Essex Green and Executive Drive property owner to move forward with its redevelopment plan for Executive Drive. The measure was approved 4-1, with Councilman Joe Krakoviak voting against it. The ordinance allows Clarion Partners, who bought […]
WEST ORANGE, NJ — Township and Essex County officials gathered at the corner of Alisa Drive and Pleasant Valley Way on Sept. 4 to cut the ribbon and flip the switch to turn on the traffic light recently installed at the intersection, improving pedestrian and vehicle safety on both roads. Located on the street that […]