Category: Social Media

Police department removes Facebook post seen as racially offensive

An innocent gesture in one corner of the Internet can take on a much more sinister significance in other reaches of the online universe. That, says a Monmouth County police chief, is exactly what happened when his department posted a Read More

1/24/18: SaveJersey.com to host Facebook Live Event with Tom MacArthur (R, NJ-03)

We’re kicking off the New Year — and a particularly important Midterm election cycle, Save Jerseyans — with a unique event for all of our readers, especially those residing in New Jersey’s 3rd Congressional District. On Wednesday, January 24th from 2:00-3:00 Read More

Cops arrest angry taxpayer accused of threatening mayor on Facebook

OCEAN TOWNSHIP — A 75-year-old Monmouth County man angry over a property tax increase threatened on Facebook to burn down the mayor’s house, authorities said. Arthur Morse was arrested and charged with making terroristic threats, Ocean Township police said in Read More

LISTEN: Rooney Joins Bill Spadea’s New Podcast To Dish On Divorce, Dating And Millennials

Here’s something a little different for fans of Save Jersey and NJ 101.5…. Last week, our Blogger-in-Chief (and favorite New Jersey divorce attorney) Matt Rooney joined radio host Bill Spadea, comedian Jay Black, and Chasing News‘s Jessica Nutt for a wide-ranging podcast discussion regarding divorce, Read More

ELECTION 2017: Rogers wages anti-establishment primary campaign on Facebook

Running against the political establishment isn’t easy even under normal conditions, Save Jerseyans, but in an expensive media market state of nearly 9 million souls? Social media is an underdog candidate’s best friend. Nutley Township Commissioner Steven Rogers is trying to Read More

POT, MEET KETTLE: Cory Booker Advises Trump to Spend Less Time On Twitter

Shameless isn’t just a popular series, Save Jerseyans. It’s also a U.S. Senator. Your Junior U.S. Senator. Cory Booker (D-Twitter) connected with WCBS’s Steve Scott this week to do a postmortem on Election 2016 and, naturally, bitch a little bit about President-elect Read More