LINDEN—In what appears to be an attempt to induce his challenger to withdraw from the primary election campaign in Linden’s Fifth Ward with a promise of future support, Councilman Gene Davis suggested that Council President Robert Bunk does not plan to serve a full term if he is elected mayor.
STATE — AAA Clubs of New Jersey remind all new drivers that as of May 1, changes to the Graduated Drivers’ license (GDL) law are in effect. The new law addresses some of the biggest dangers to young drivers in their first year of driving.
CLARK—After numerous meetings, open houses, and fundraisers – students, parents, teachers, alumni and the St. Agnes Parish community finally received the news they were waiting for….St. Agnes School will stay open.
STATE –Tonight’s Mega Millions lottery jackpot is worth $191 million.
NEWARK—More than 1,000 pedestrians visited emergency rooms in 2008 for injuries sustained from falls that occurred while using a cell phone to call or text.
CARTERET—What stores and restaurants would you prefer to see in Carteret?
WAYNE – William Paterson University wide receiver Joel Rivera (Hoboken) will try out for the NFL’s New York Jets when the team conducts its Rookie Minicamp starting Friday, April 30.
STATE – Beginning May 1, more than 600,000 Census workers will knock on doors in communities across the United States to follow up at households that did not mail back their 2010 Census form.
LINDEN – Paul W. Werkmeister, long time resident and former mayor, has been chosen as Linden’s 34th annual Outstanding Senior Citizen of the Year.
RAHWAY – They could be spending time playing cards or golf, but instead they choose to help others. To thank them for their volunteerism, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway held a special luncheon for volunteers of long-standing on April 19.