Tag: county

Freeholder candidate keeps posing with an upside down American flag

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. – Atlantic County freeholder candidate Celeste Fernandez is developing a disconcerting habit, Save Jerseyans: posing with an upside down American flag. A quick primer in proper flag etiquette might be in order. The U.S. Flag Code is Read More

Middletown, N.J. vows to keep its parks open

MIDDLETOWN, N.J. – While Monmouth County government is falling in line the Governor Murphy’s closure of county parks, the county’s most populous county is keeping its parks open for quarantine-weary residents. On Wednesday, the township of nearly 70,000 issued a press Read More

Monmouth County bows to Murphy’s park closures; Sussex freeholder pens protest letter

FREEHOLD, N.J. – In most cases? New Jersey residents concerned that Phil Murphy has gone a bit (or a lot) too far with his draconian COVID-19 emergency orders can’t look to local Republican officials for leadership. On Tuesday, after the Read More

Sign Jay Webber’s petition to reopen N.J. parks

TRENTON, N.J. – Our friend Assemblyman Jay Webber (R-26) of Morris County has launched a petition to reopen New Jersey’s county and state parks. “Respectfully, Governor, you should trust us more,” wrote Webber in a statement. “We are fully capable Read More

UPDATE: Bergen’s top official backs down from business-closing order, compares self to Bible’s Noah

By Matt Rooney _ Bergen County’s Democrat Executive Jim Tedesco had cited his “moral authority” to shutter businesses and enact draconian COVID-19 emergency measures earlier this week. On Thursday, Tedesco finally backed off of his order (previously delayed until Saturday Read More