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  • Nightmarish Turnpike fire damages road, injures driver (VIDEO)

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog A nightmarish-looking New Jersey Turnpike tanker fire raged near Exit 11 yesterday, Save Jerseyans, reportedly leaving the driver with severe burns. 200 feet of asphalt near the exchange needed to be repaved over night. Our friend and 2015 Marlboro mayoral candidate Ira Goldberg (who only narrowly missed […]


  • Save Jersey hack attacked over Menendez post?

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog So you may’ve noticed that Save Jersey was hacked early Tuesday morning, Save Jerseyans; I woke up to find this shabby frontpage-style site where SaveJersey.com should’ve been: Who done it? I don’t know for sure yet, but after talking to my new cyber security guys, our hosting […]


  • I drank out of the hose but didn’t die

    By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog When I was a kid, I drank out of the garden hose but didn’t die. I did it because I was hot and thirsty after having roamed all by myself on my bike throughout the neighborhood and a goodly portion of Phoenix, where I spent my […]


  • Yes, there’s a time to sow, but can we hurry it up, already?

    By Scott St. Clair | The Save Jersey Blog Last Saturday, the temperature in beautiful downtown Belleville topped 80 degrees, and the Clifton Home Depot was chock full of people who looked as though they were making the mistake of planting by the thermometer rather than the calendar. One warm day does not a seasonal […]


  • McCullough and Finnerty launch EHT reelection campaign

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog 43,000+ strong Egg Harbor Township is always important in regional and statewide contests, Save Jerseyans, as the state’s 44th largest municipality and #1 in battleground Atlantic County, but perhaps this year more than ever before. Today’s action supplied plenty of evidence. 19-year Mayor James “Sonny” McCullough and […]


  • St. Patrick’s Day History, Lore and Trivia

    By Joe Sinagra | The Save Jersey Blog St. Patrick’s birthplace, Save Jerseyans, was said to be in either Scotland or Roman England. His birth name was Maewyn Succat. Though Patricius was his Romanicized name, he was later known as Patrick. The son of a Roman-British army officer, he ended up in Ireland because he […]


  • Christie files nominations, appointments

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Nominations are subject to the advice and consent to the State Senate; direct appointments are not. NOMINATIONS NEW JERSEY STATE COMMISSION ON CANCER RESEARCH Public Members Nominate for appointment Li Li, Ph.D., D.A.B.T. (Bridgewater, Somerset) Nominate for appointment Wendy C. Budin, Ph.D., RN-BC (South Orange, Essex) Nominate […]


  • Let’s End This Clock-Changing Madness For Good!

    By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot Congress has been playing around with daylight savings time as long as we can remember. So we’re “springing ahead’ tonight and we’re doing it earlier than we did quite a few years ago. That’s why you must turn your clock forward one hour before before bedtime tonight. And this is why you […]


  • Garrett stands alone after “clean” DHS bill vote

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog What do most House Republicans agree on today, Save Jerseyans? That the nominally GOP Senate is the problem. “Over seven weeks ago, the House stood with the American people by voting to fully fund the Department of Homeland Security, and to put an immediate stop to President Obama’s […]


  • Post-Christie, would-be successors chase celebrity glow

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog We’ll take years to sort out the impact Chris Christie has exerted on state politics, Save Jerseyans. Some say it’s done more to change him than the other way around. One way in which that’s definitely not the case? A state known for its out-sized personalities (with equally […]


  • Velez to vacate DHS by end of February

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Unabridged from the Front Office: Governor Chris Christie today announced the departure of Department of Human Services Commissioner Jennifer Velez. Velez was first appointed in February 2007 under then Governor Jon Corzine and reappointed by Christie in March 2010. She is the longest serving commissioner at the department. […]


  • New Jersey State Troopers ride to the aide of Massachusetts

    By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog They may not get any respect from the Obama Administration or speeding Assemblymen, but the New Jersey State Police (and first responders/public works personnel from the other nearby states) are heading to the Bay State this week to assist with the fallout of devastating record snowfalls. They helped […]