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Bullies are beaten when giving up isn’t an option…

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Today, exactly seventy-nine years ago, June 14, 1940, the Nazis occupied Paris… And 14 years ago, Bobby Giangeruso and Tommy DiMaggio first occupied Lyndhurst Town Hall… Remember Churchill’s greatest speeches: ‘We lie within a few minutes’ striking distance’ 1... More »

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Serious questions about LYNDHURST SCHOOLS…

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The following article and comment are not mine. The news story is from a 2015 edition of The Observer. The screen shot of the comment placed beneath The Observer story was left under another article on Lyndhurst07071 last night, but, if accurate, when read in ... More »

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NUMBERS DON’T LIE. Readership tops 6,000…

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This site has been called “fake news” and a “cult” by those critiqued on its pages. But if that were true, it means Lyndhurst has a cult of thousands who enjoy fake news. In reality, the large readership represents two different groups. One group are the subje... More »

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Read The Record on charges of Lyndhurst BOE nepotism…

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From The Record newspaper, May 31, 2019: “’The thing is it’s going to set a bad precedent,’ said Robert Williams, president of the Lyndhurst Education Association, who argued that a school board should not ignore the recommendation of a superintendent, princip... More »

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Today, in Joyce Town…

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I started this blog in 2017 because Joyce DiMaggio and her family attempted to silence Free Speech in Lyndhurst and any criticism of Joyce’s husband, Commissioner Thomas DiMaggio, and Mayor Robert Giangeruso, by threatening the owners of the old Lyndhurst Mess... More »

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Bravo, Mr. Valiante

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This morning, Lyndhurst, for the first time celebrated LGBTQ Pride Month with the raising of the Pride Flag at Town Hall. It was a significant step forward for the community as a whole. “Christopher Valiante, a resident who was the driving force behind the pro... More »

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Friendly Advice For Teachers: Beware Of Facebook

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FROM NPR RADIO: https://www.npr.org/2011/12/07/143264921/friendly-advice-for-teachers-beware-of-facebook The new and ever-changing world of social networking has blurred the lines between private and public, work and personal, friend and stranger. It’s becomin... More »

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It’s time to RESIGN, Commissioner DiMaggio…

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Everyone else is always at fault, but never The DiMaggios, at least according to them. Remember, this year wasn’t the first year that the family of the Parks Commissioner has acted out in public in Town Hall Park. Maybe he can’t legally control his family, but... More »