Category: Morris County

More causalities of the #MurphyTaxNightmare: 500+ soon-to-be laid off Conagra employees

CHERRY HILL, N.J. — 500 New Jersey families are having a rough holiday season thanks to a stomach-churning announcement by Conagra Brands.  Conagra — which owns household-known brands including Duncan Hines, Hunt’s Healthy Choice, and Orville Redenbacher’s — has notified New Read More

Webber’s closing argument to NJ-11 voters: don’t reverse course on prosperity

MORRIS PLAINS, N.J. — Assemblyman Jay Webber did what candidates do on a rainy election day and dropped in on the morning Brookside Diner crowd gathered at NJ-11’s Whippany. Unlike many of his GOP colleagues? Webber, a rock-ribbed conservative legislator Read More

Mark your calendars: Save Jersey’s Matt Rooney will speak in NJ-11 on Oct. 22nd

By The Staff _ Time is scarce these days, Save Jerseyans! So there’s only going to be one Save Jersey live event between now and Midterm Election Day 2018: our founder and Blogger-in-Chief Matt Rooney will travel to Montville (Morris Read More

Morris GOP Chair says elected Republicans endorsing Sherrill should switch parties

MORRISTOWN, N.J. — One day after news broke that Republican Councilman Mike Puzio of Rockaway Township would endorse Democrat Mikie Sherrill in this year’s NJ-11 congressional contest, the head of Morris County’s Republican Party endeavored to lay down the law. Read More

Divided Morris GOP looks to move ahead by falling back on Christie

MOUNTAIN LAKES, N.J. — In a pinch? Morris Republicans are falling back on their most famous former elected official. Following this month’s bruising intra-party chairmanship contest and with difficult local, county and congressional defenses on the menu this fall, the Morris Read More

Did a GOP House candidate offer his primary rivals jobs to drop out?

TOTOWA, N.J. — It’s a loaded charge, Save Jerseyans. On Friday afternoon, Antony Ghee (one of five Republican candidates in next Tuesday’s NJ-11 primary) held a late-in-the-day telephone presser and shocked journalists by directly accusing Republican primary rival Peter de Read More