Susan Loyer, MyCentralJersey

Susan Loyer

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Past:
  • North Jersey News
  • Daily Record
  • The Asbury Park Press NJ
  • USA TODAY
  • 12NewsNow
  • Courier-Post
  • thedailyjournal.com

Recent articles by Susan:

Monroe Township Council candidate charged with stealing campaign signs

Timothy Eosso, 51, a Republican running for a Ward 2 seat, was arrested and charged with one count of disorderly persons theft by unlawful taking. → Read More

Apartments and retail with rooftop deck proposed in downtown New Brunswick

Two mixed-use buildings on the property, which is in the Downtown Commercial District, would be demolished. → Read More

Jamesburg voters asked about marijuana shops in the borough

But, because the referendum is non-binding, the council does not have to follow the voters' wishes. → Read More

Milltown voters will decide if marijuana shops will be allowed in town

An open forum on the marijuana question is scheduled at a special borough council meeting, 7 p.m. Thursday. → Read More

Liquor distributor in Sayreville looks to expand on Route 35

The project is proposed for at 1984 Route 35, Sayreville. → Read More

Multi-family apartment building planned on Route 34 in Old Bridge

A virtual planning board public hearing on the application is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Tuesday. → Read More

Edison-based wholesale furniture retailer plans expansion. Here's what we know

A public hearing is scheduled for 7 p.m. Oct. 19 in the Township Council Chambers, 100 Municipal Blvd. → Read More

Used car dealership proposed for Route 9 in Old Bridge

According to the application, the property is currently approved for the sale of used vehicles via the internet with onsite storage. → Read More

Transit-oriented development opens in downtown Woodbridge

Leasing has begun at Avenue & Green, a new apartment community downtown. → Read More

South Amboy approves housing project for former industrial waterfront site

The site is a waterfront brownfield and is currently undeveloped with an abandoned brick building in poor condition. → Read More

Old Bridge luxury rentals near Routes 9 and 18 ready for tenants

Renters can choose from a variety of brand new one- and two-bedroom residences. → Read More

Monroe rejects developer's plan to convert hotel under construction to senior housing

The Monroe Zoning Board voted 6 to 1 to deny the application at its Aug. 31 meeting. → Read More

Million-dollar Powerball winning ticket sold in Middlesex County

Two winning Powerball tickets worth $1 million and $50,000 for Saturday’s drawing were sold in Middlesex County. → Read More

South Brunswick man killed in crash off Major Road

Authorities are investigating after a 22-year-old township man was killed in a single-vehicle crash early Sunday. → Read More

Developer targeting New Brunswick Avenue site in Woodbridge

A hearing on the application is scheduled to be held at the 6 p.m. Sept. 22 planning board meeting. → Read More

FEMA on the ground in Middlesex County to assist residents after Ida

FEMA has a registration process that must be followed and completed before they can determine who is eligible. → Read More

Delivery truck driver fatally shot while working in Plainfield

Jamar S. Harris, 36, of Newark, was working at the time he was killed, authorities said. → Read More

Redeveloper targeting site of former South River Elks Lodge

Sred Property, LLC is seeking major site plan approval for the project at 205 Main St. → Read More

Ida damage forces North Brunswick to close municipal complex

Mayor Francis “Mac” Womack said Wednesday the municipal complex on Hermann Road sustained extensive damage and is closed. → Read More

Cleanup continues in Middlesex County days after Hurricane Ida

Cleanup continues in communities across Central Jersey that were hit hard last week by rains and flooding from Hurricane Ida. → Read More