Tag: halloween

Fed Is No Longer Asking Kids To Dress Up As Solar Panels and Windmills

Federal officials at the Department of Energy (DOE) are no longer asking kids to dress up as solar panels and wind turbines for Halloween. Last year the DOE’s official website included instructions on how kids can dress up as solar Read More

Sheriff Golden Issues Halloween Safety Tips

With Halloween coming on Monday, Monmouth County Sheriff Shaun Golden is urging residents to keep safe and take precautions before, during and after trick or treating. “The safety of children is our top priority in Monmouth County,” said Sheriff Shaun Read More

N.J. principal renews frighteningly un-American ban on Halloween

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Halloween brings out the ghouls and goblins among us, Save Jerseyans, including those lurking a little too close to our children for comfort. Consider the case of a Maplewood, New Jersey principal who, Read More

Buono’s All Trick, No Treat

By Matt Rooney | The Save Jersey Blog Let’s set aside ideology, likability and even competence for a moment here, Save Jerseyans. Today is Halloween; we can allow ourselves to reflect on something truly frightening… We can probably all agree that a challenger Read More

Halloween Is Now WAY Out Of Control

By Dan Cirucci | Dan Cirucci’s Blogspot Pretty soon those pop-up Halloween costume stores will close and we couldn’t be happier. We’ll also be glad that we won’t have to witness the sight of idiotic grownups dressed for Halloween in ridiculous costumes. Grownups Read More

LIVE STREAM: @GovChristie’s Wednesday, 10/31 Evening Post-Sandy Briefing

Governor Chris Christie will address the latest Hurricane Sandy clean up news, his Shore tour with President Obama and Halloween (?) at 6:30 PM tonight. Watch LIVE here: Watch live streaming video from governorchrischristie at livestream.com

It’s Official: @GovChristie Postpones #NJ Halloween Until November 5th

As anticipated, Governor Chris Christie  signed Executive Order 105 this morning, postponing Halloween in New Jersey until Monday, November 5th due to the lingering damage and danger associated with Hurricane Sandy’s aftermath. “I’ve taken this action to minimize additional risks Read More