DRAGONY RISING: The Best Frank Nagler Mystery yet. What do you do when someone wants to destroy your city?
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Tag Archives: United Way
These are the places we drive an extra block to avoid, the dark places with plywood for windows, broken siding for walls, knee-high grass. The blocks of hollow storefronts, locked gated doors, “For Sale” signs angled on brickface. The places … Continue reading
It was an old dusty lot along River Styx Road in Hopatcong. Weed filled, marked by an old wall and the angular concrete slab of a forgotten bar, another sign of stagnation in a Lake Hopatcong town where, some said, … Continue reading
While writing “The Swamps of Jersey,” my political novel, I included a scene when the protagonist, Frank Nagler and his then-third-grade girlfriend (and later his wife) Martha Shannon, are walking home from school: “They stopped and spoke with everyone on … Continue reading
Nearly 40 years ago, the New Jersey Supreme Court ruled that municipalities could not use their zoning powers to exclude certain residents from moving in. The suit was based on a complaint filed by a South Jersey chapter of the … Continue reading