SAYREVILLE — Ray The Prize Guy from 101.5 and members of the Sayreville/South Amboy community gathered together at the Raritan Bay Waterfront Park In Sayreville on Oct. 29. “Light Up New Jersey” marked one year since Superstorm Sandy swept through New Jersey.
ELIZABETH-The following is from Diane Olsen Conover: ‘I recently came upon your article dated April 26, 2013 ‘Remembering The Past Around Union County.’ I was searching for information about Olsen’s Radio Service on Elizabeth Avenue.
WESTFIELD-Charles Frederick Wallace gave us chlorination of water, so essential to public health. An engineer, he came up with a simple device that pumped small amounts of chlorine gas into local water supplies to rid them of bacteria and other pathogens. His first customer was the Jersey City water department, which in 1913 paid Wallace $150 for a chlorinator to sanitize the Boonton, NJ reservoir.
By Diane Norek Harrison Fire Prevention Week is Oct. 6-12. Pictured above are L. John Schuettler and Edmund “Buddy” Hamtil at the Union Fire Station bond drive in July 1955. (Photo and information is used with permission from the Union…
PERTH AMBOY-“During the week of July 15, they were grinding the old pavement off the street on New Brunswick Avenue in Perth Amboy by the new Municipal Complex. On July 17, I found the old original ‘brick pavers’ still down.”