LINDEN – Officials from the City of Linden and the Union County Improvement Authority took part in a ribbon cutting ceremony for Fire Station No.1 at 302 South Wood Avenue on Wednesday, March 24.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – The Middlesex County Office of Emergency Management is equipping 300 public and private schools throughout the county with new all-hazards alert weather radios.
LINDEN—The selection committee of the Linden Athletic Hall of Fame Inc. has announced the following inductees as their fourth class to be enshrined.
STATE – New Jersey motorists should be aware of a law to promote roadside safety that took effect last year.
CLARK – The Easter Bunny will be visiting O’Johnnie’s, 170 Westfield Avenue, Clark, on Saturday, March 27.
NEWARK – The New Jersey Board of Public Utilities and New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program™ announced the April 1 launch of the federally funded appliance rebate program.
PERTH AMBOY – Only eight candidates for Perth Amboy’s three open City Council seats will appear on the May 11 nonpartisan election ballot.
In the not too distant future conceptualized by director Miguel Sapochnik’s “Repo Men,” it is apparent no health care reform was passed back in 2010. Funny, though…rather than inspiring the sick and infirm to pull themselves up by their own bootstraps, the lack of dignifying legislation has more than ever rendered folks beholden to the company store.
EDISON — Middlesex County College students, along with local bands, artists and performers have banded together to bring the local community a Night of Music and Art to benefit the Haiti relief efforts.
TRENTON – Employment in New Jersey edged higher in February by 3,700 jobs, as the state’s unemployment rate declined by 0.1 percentage point to 9.8 percent, according to figures released yesterday by the state labor department. The national rate was 9.7 percent.