News Roundup – Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Church abuse scandalNJ Catholic Diocese will identify clergy accused of sexual abuse.

Attention Bedminster Golf Club owners: New Jersey launches tax amnesty programs.

Do you like clean drinking water? Major investments in infrastructure are needed now.

Last vestiges of the 2018 ElectionSenator Booker campaigns for Mike Espy in the Mississippi senatorial race.

NJ League of MunicipalitiesElects new officers and board members.

Money well spent. Not!Two New Jersey losers are among the big spenders at Trump properties.

Money well spent. Not! –  It’s the optics, Governor! I’m happy you can afford to dine in an expensive restaurant., But not while Rome is burning.

Money well spent. Not! Chris Christie’s official portrait, to be hung in the State House, cost taxpayers more that of his three predecessors combined.

Where’s the beach chair?

Two Rhodes Scholars were among the new crop of NJ congresspeople elected this year. And two New Jersey women are among the class of 32 scholars selected to study at Oxford University next year. Congratulations!

Addressing a hidden crisis on college campuses, the Murphy Administration makes SNAP assistance available to students at community colleges.

Facebook Post of the Day – by Ocean County’s Mike Cooke:


Featured image: Cooper River Park


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