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  Belleville, New Jersey - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Belleville was originally incorporated as a township by an Act of the New Jersey Legislature on April 8, 1839, from portions of Bloomfield.
New Jersey's Eighth Congressional District, covering the southern portion of Passaic County and northern sections of Essex County, is represented by Bill Pascrell Jr.
The 28th legislative district of the New Jersey Legislature is represented in the State Senate by Ronald Rice (D, Newark) and in the Assembly by Craig A. Stanley (D, Irvington) and Oadline Truitt (D, Newark).
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Belleville,_New_Jersey   (1159 words)

 Belleville New Jersey Real Estate
Belleville, which means "beautiful town" in French, stands on the west bank of the Passaic River.
In 2002, Belleville spent $7, 845 per pupil on education and the average class size was 21.
Belleville enjoys a great variety of restaurants, and is located within a short car ride of many of Newark's famous Spanish and Portuguese restaurants.
www.relocate-america.com /states/NJ/cities/belleville.htm   (596 words)

 Belleville New Jersey History - Church
By circa 1907, this landmark dividing Newark and Belleville was
President, I rise to honor the town of Belleville, an historic New Jersey town.
On June 26, 1797, under the leadership of Josiah Hornblower, the citizens of Second River changed its name to Belleville, French for `Beautiful Village.' On February 23, 1839, Belleville, which included parts of the present towns of Bloomfield and Nutley was set aside and a township committee was established.
www.firstbaptistbloomfield.org /belleville.htm   (976 words)

 Belleville Real Estate Agents, Belleville Homes For Sale, REALTORS and Belleville
HomeGain provides Belleville, New Jersey real estate information and resources to guide homeowners and homebuyers through the process of selling and buying a house, condo or other Belleville realty property.
HomeGain has services to help you find a top Belleville real estate broker or agent, get the value of your Belleville home and a comparative market analysis (CMA), view Belleville real estate and MLS listings, prepare your home for sale, and more.
Cuando se registre para encontrar un agente de bienes raices en Belleville, simplemente indique que necesita un agente que habla Español.
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 Belleville, New Jersey NJ, township profile (Essex County) - hotels, festivals, genealogy, newspapers - ePodunk
New Jersey > All counties > Essex County > Belleville
Belleville, NJ Belleville is a township in Essex County, in the New York metro area.
At the time of the 2000 census, the per capita income in Belleville was $22,093, compared with $21,587 nationally.
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 Belleville, New Jersey Neighborhood Lawyer
With the New Jersey legal advice of a lawyer from Weitz and Luxenberg, you know you are represented by a law firm with the power to make your case a success and the compassion to treat you with the individualized attention to which you are entitled.
Weitz and Luxenberg has cemented its reputation as the attorneys to depend on for Defibrillator lawsuits, mesothelioma cancer lawsuits, wrongful death lawsuits, personal injury lawsuits, and negligence lawsuits, among the many areas of law in which we litigate.
Be aware that the law firm may not be able to represent every lawsuit in all regions of New Jersey due to state and federal statutes.
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 Clara Maass Hospital - Belleville New Jersey
In 1952, in honor of her bravery and devotion, the name of the original Newark German Hospital once known as the Newark Memorial Hospital and Lutheran Memorial Hospital, was rededicated as the Clara Maass Memorial Hospital.
Known as "The Hospital in the Park", the new Clara Maass is located on a knowl in the center of q 17-acre site on the Newark-Belleville-Bloomfield boundaries on the westerly side of Franklin Avenue, opposite Branch Brook Park.
One entire section of the new Clara Maass will be devoted to meeting the needs of the lower middle class income group for clinical service in all fields, including cardiac and cancer treatment.
www.oldnutley.org /newclaramaass.html   (376 words)

 New Jersey Historical Society
Arent Schuyler was born in Rensselaerswyck (Albany), New York on June 25, 1662 and died in Belleville, New Jersey on November 26, 1730.
He was a colonel of the local militia and horse regiment in Bergen County, and in 1735-1746, served as a member of the New Jersey Council.
He was a commander of the New Jersey contingent in the French and Indian Wars.
www.jerseyhistory.org /findingaid.php?aid=0651   (525 words)

 New Jersey All State Orchestra - Mentor - Herbert Mattick
He has taught in the public schools of Welch, West Virginia, New York City, Belleville, New Jersey, and Montclair, New Jersey, where he is currently a member of the Educational Services Staff.
The years in Belleville were good; he loved the students and his colleagues.
The high school class of 1950 dedicated the yearbook to him, and Herbert was treated to a surprise "this is your life" ceremony at a school assembly, with Ethel, Bill and Barbara secretly brought in for the occasion.
www.njallstate.org /herbertmattick.htm   (1358 words)

For instance, wealthier families occupied the new spacious avenues and boulevards uptown, such as St. Charles and Napoleon avenues, while poorer families of all races who served those who were better off often lived on the smaller streets in the centers of the larger blocks.
New Orleans' unusual history, its unique outlook on life, its rich ethnic and cultural makeup, and the resulting cultural interaction set the stage for development and evolution of many distinctive traditions.
The early development of jazz in New Orleans was connected to the community life of the city, as seen in brass band funerals, music for picnics in parks or ball games, Saturday night fish fries, and Sunday camping along the shores of Lake Ponchartrain at Milneburg and Bucktown.
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 Belleville New Jersey Local Businesses, Entertainment & Community Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Belleville, a place carrying the French name for "beautiful town," stands on the west bank of the Passaic River in Essex County, New Jersey.
Modern Belleville is no longer dependent upon the Passaic River as it once was, indicating that an ancient connection has been broken.
At one time Belleville was a great center of industry and manufacturing; today it shows little hint of its industrial past, and is known mainly as a residential community.
www.justaroundtown.com /index.cfm?AreaID=36   (1037 words)

 Belleville Middle School - Belleville, New Jersey / NJ - school information
The Woman's Club of Belleville, the Optimists, Kiwanis, Elks, and Rotary Clubs have made major donations to the student clubs and to the school.
The Belleville Middle School is most fortunate to have a dedicated and professional staff.
New Jersey school information (click to expand) School information by state (click to expand) School information by city (click to expand)
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 Famous Belleville Notables - Old Belleville N.J.
A hero of the Battle of Saratoga, Van Courtlandt served in Poor's Brigade as Colonel of the 2nd and Lieutenant Colonel of the 4th New York Regiments.
The son of Pierre Van Courtlandt of Courtlandt Manor in New York, and the husband of Catherine Ogden, whom he wed in 1762, the long-lived officer's name was inadvertently omitted from the church plaque honoring the Revolutionary War veterans interred in Belleville's Dutch Reformed Church Yard.
The son of Pierre Van Courtlandt of Courtlandt Manor in New York, and the husband of Catherine Ogden, whom he wed in 1762, the long-lived officer's name was inadvertently omitted from the church plaque honoring the Revolutionary War veterans interred in Belleville's Dutch Reformed Churchyard because he did not serve in a local regiment.
www.oldbelleville.org /people_notables.html   (593 words)

 July 4, 2004 - Belleville Sons Honor Roll   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Dutch Reformed, in what is now Belleville, New Jersey, was established in 1697.
Perrone told The Belleville Times that the cannon is the same type used by football teams and at festivals.
Benson was an artillery captain during the Civil War and was killed during the battle of Malvern Hill, Va., in an artillery duel with forces commanded by Robert E. Lee.
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 Belleville Township, New Jersey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
New tree donations are accepted from the public each year.
From South Jersey: Garden State Parkway north to Exit 145.
From North Jersey: Garden State Parkway south to Exit 149.
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 Belleville Homes for Sale. Real Estate in Belleville, New Jersey   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
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 Old Belleville, New Jersey
As a native Belleville-ite (Bellevillian, someone who grew up in Belleville), it bugs me when the cherry blossom trees are referred to as "cherry trees" because they are cherry-blossom trees, not cherry trees.
You might want to point out that there are two kinds of cherry blossom trees: the single blossom and the double blossom.
Thanks for stopping by to visit our Old Belleville web site, you'll see there are dozens of interesting things about Belleville for you to view, so stop reading this and start browsing...
www.oldbelleville.org   (429 words)

 Podiatry Associates of Belleville John Cozzarelli Joseph Cione Christopher Mullin Ron Armenti
He became a registered pharmacist in 1982 and was employed by Columbus Hospital in Newark, New Jersey.
He then completed a three year surgical residency at the Franciscan Health Systems of New Jersey in Hoboken, New Jersey, which is one of the foremost programs in the United States.
He is in private practice at Podiatry Associates of Belleville, in Belleville, New Jersey and Sprain Brook Podiatry in White Plains, New York.
www.drfoot.tv /html/bios.html   (777 words)

 ClickTown | Belleville, New Jersey
Your local representive will deliver everything local residents need to know about Belleville, including information about its history, government, schools and community events, as well as upcoming social events and charitable activities.
Local government, schools, artists, theater groups, local sports and others involved in the community will have a platform on which to publicize their activities.
In addition, Belleville residents will now have a single Internet destination to visit that delivers a complete listing of movies playing locally by theater or movie title, weather reports and 5 day forecasts, mapping functions, driving directions, and offers of interest from local businesses.
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 Belleville, New Jersey Internet Marketing Firms - Website Promotion Service   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
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 Belleville Homes for Sale | Belleville Real Estate Agents | Realtors | Houses For Sale - Belleville New Jersey.
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 Free Advertising for Belleville New Jersey Businesses NitPickIt Free Business Listings
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 Welcome to Clara Maass Medical Center
ocated in Belleville, NJ, hugging the borders of suburbia and city, Clara Maass is a community hospital that offers patients expert care in a technology-rich environment, close to home.
As the first hospital in the United States to bear the name of a nurse as its corporate identity, Clara Maass Medical Center carries on a rich tradition of health care as evidenced in its numerous centers of excellence.
The staff of dedicated physicians, nurses, and health care professionals is committed to providing the highest quality of patient care services and health education to the community and the region.
www.sbhcs.com /hospitals/clara_maass   (221 words)

 Belleville, New Jersey (NJ) intellectual property Attorneys, Lawyers and Law Firms - Martindale.com
Belleville, New Jersey (NJ) intellectual property Attorneys, Lawyers and Law Firms - Martindale.com
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 ClickTown | Belleville, New Jersey
The first steam engine built in this country was made in Nicholas Roosevelt's shop and was later installed in a boat that sailed up the Passaic River in 1798.
Much of Belleville's industrial and commercial business is located in the Belleville Industrial Center.
Belleville will soon become home to the Garden State Cancer Center, northern New Jersey's first cancer research facility.
www.clicktown.com /town/NJ/Belleville/about   (75 words)

 The New Jersey Historical Society   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The first English settlement in New Jersey was founded in 1664 which is present-day Elizabeth, New Jersey.
An overview of the history of Belleville, New Jersey, from its seventeenth-century settlement to the present.
www.jerseyhistory.org /pub_localhistory.html   (187 words)

 Belleville, New Jersey Chamber of Commerce, apartments, motels, jobs
about Belleville, New Jersey, the local chamber of commerce is your best source.
To find homes for sale or apartments for rent in Belleville NJ please visit the "local Resources" section on this page where you will find the realtor's multi-list, the homes for sale by owner and
New Jersey and what is there to do?" Your best source for community information is the local chambers of commerce and convention and visitor bureaus across the United States!
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