Tag: mayor

Frank Pallone’s brother ousts Christiecrat, wins Long Branch mayoralty

LONG BRANCH, N.J. — The brother of long-time North Jersey Congressman Frank Pallone is now the mayor-elect of Long Branch. John Pallone soundly defeated 28-year incumbent Adam Schneider on Tuesday, 62%-32%, a rematch of a 1994 contest in the Monmouth Read More

Fulop: “I used to smoke tons of weed”

JERSEY CITY, N.J. — Phil Murphy wants to legalize marijuana in the Garden State, but he gave a non-answer on Wednesday when questioned by reporters as to whether he’d ever smoked pot. The Democrat Governor’s lack of forthrightness seemed to Read More

N.J. Judge: No More Police Escorts for Private Uses in Newark

NEWARK, N.J. — The free ride is over at least for awhile, Save Jerseyans. On Tuesday, Essex County Superior Court Judge Dennis Carey ordered a one-year prohibition on the City of Newark affording police escorts for private uses. The city and Mayor Read More

Long-Time EHT Mayor, Former Senator Sonny McCullough to Retire

By The Staff _ EGG HARBOR TOWNSHIP, N.J. — It’s the end of an era in Atlantic County. On Tuesday, long-time Egg Harbor Township Mayor James “Sonny” McCullough (R) announced he won’t seek reelection as mayor this year after approximately three Read More

Schmelz Launches Underdog Bergen Executive Campaign

By Matthew Gilson _ Standing in front of a crowd of around 150 (including many children), Bergenfield Mayor Norman Schmelz announced his bid for Bergen County Executive on Sunday. Schmelz is a two-term Mayor of the heavily Democratic town where Read More

Small town N.J. mayor lands a prime spot for watching the #EaglesParade

Republican Sam Morris, the mayor of Morris County’s 3,600-strong Mine Hill Township, is a die hard Philadelphia Eagles fan. He’ll get to cheer for his team at today’s Eagles Parade in Philly from unexpectedly great seats. According to the mayor’s Facebook Read More