PLAINFIELD — A member of the Bloods street gang charged in the September 2010 shooting death of a Plainfield taxi driver surrendered to authorities over the weekend, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow announced Monday.
TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie announced today that New Jersey’s public television network, NJN, would be turned over to a new subsidiary of WNET effective July 1.
LINDEN — Councilwoman Michelle Yamakaitis is disputing assertions that her husband doubled his City Hall income with overtime.
TRENTON – The Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee will conduct a roundtable discussion today with invited stakeholders on the impact of the Governor’s proposed Medicaid Comprehensive Waiver, which will dramatically change eligibility criteria for New Jersey’s health care safety net programs, Medicaid and NJ FamilyCare.
CLARK — The American Cancer Society is extending an invitation to residents of Union County and surrounding communities to join them for a twelve-hour, overnight “Birthday Party” to celebrate cancer survivorship and hope at the fourth annual Relay For Life of Clark.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. economy added just 54,000 jobs in May, leaving the unemployment rate at 9.1 percent.
ROSELLE — Mayor Garrett Smith, facing a strong challenge from former Councilman Joseph O’Halloran, is defending his record and questioning the qualification of his opponent.
LINDEN — Two council members who are being challenged for re-election voted to raise taxes by about $100 in a preliminary budget but some political insiders say homeowners should prepare for worse news after the June 7 primary election.
June is one of my favorite months. The school year is ending, flowers are blooming, the balmy nights are sweetening the air on my back deck and the school year is ending.
Had director Todd Phillips’s “The Hangover Part II” come first, it’s doubtful there would have been financial incentive for the original “Hangover,” if you follow my absurd logic.