STATE — Garden State residents are poised to head to the polls in November knowing little about an important bond issue on the ballot. According to the most recent poll from Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind, 87 percent of registered voters have heard “little” or “nothing” about the bond on the November ballot that would allocate $750 million dollars for college and university infrastructure in New Jersey.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – Twenty-three police departments in Middlesex County have each been awarded $5,000 to fund programs designed to combat crimes that impair residents’ quality of life, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced last week.
“Looper,” writer-director Rian Johnson’s entrée into the sci-fi, fry-your-brain, time travel cinema sweepstakes, is just the dish for those who like an enigma wrapped up in an anomaly, frizzled with action and tossed with lots of perplexity. And if there’s anybody out there who can make sense of it, well, then I’ve got a country you might want to run.
NEW BRUNSWICK – A Monroe man pleaded guilty last week a charge of fatally stabbing his neighbor in her home more than two years ago, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced.
EDISON — For the fourth consecutive year, the Wardlaw-Hartridge girls’ soccer players joined their coaches and a group of former teammates in The Firefighter Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Run in New York City on Sept. 30. This event has become a special tradition for the team, which donated $1,655 to the cause through its participation.
ELIZABETH — A high school friend of Superintendent of Schools Pablo Munoz has been indicted on charges of embezzling from the taxpayer-funded district by collecting a paycheck for time spent working for a private company in Mountainside.
For senior citizens, the most important decision you will make this fall comes in the form of choosing the most appropriate Medicare coverage options for next year.