STATE – Gov. Chris Christie’s profile on the national stage is on the rise, but he’s also enjoying newfound popularity at home in the Garden State, according to the latest Monmouth University/NJ Press Media Poll.
CRANFORD—The Friends of the Cranford Public Library will present “Two Sides of Celtic,” featuring Celtic harpists Gráinne Hambly and William Jackson, on Wednesday, Oct. 12, at 7:30 p.m. in the Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue.
NEW BRUNSWICK — A former New Brunswick police sergeant with mishandling 81 internal affairs investigations over a five-year period, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and New Brunswick Police Director Anthony A. Caputo announced.
STATE – Gov. Chris Christie endorsed former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney’s bid for president today at a surprise joint appearance in New Hampshire this afternoon.
PERTH AMBOY – Police arrested a senior state corrections officer for allegedly buying cocaine moments before they planned to execute a search warrant at a suspected drug dealer’s home on Friday, authorities said.
UNION COUNTY — At the beginning of the 2011-12 school season, Union County Crime Stoppers officially launched its Campus Crime Stoppers program in all Union County middle and high schools.
HAMILTON – Thousands of consumers each year complain about car repair rip-offs. And in these tough financial times, it’s more important than ever for motorists to protect their cars and their wallets. AAA Mid-Atlantic is observing National Car Care Month in October by warning motorists about the top ten car repair rip-offs and advising car owners where to find trustworthy automotive services.
Political commentator James J. Devine calls for unity as we pursue solutions to America’s problems: “At its heart, the frustration among voters in this deeply divided nation is essentially rooted in one thing: There has been a class war waged against the working middle class for nearly thirty years and its effect is finally being felt.”
BRANCHBURG — The world is getting smaller thanks to modern technology; but unfortunately, aches and pains are growing as a result. This October, members of the Association of NJ Chiropractors, the statewide association representing over 2000 chiropractors, are observing National Chiropractic Health Month by educating the public on how they can stay connected without pain.
WEST TRENTON — Motorists in New Jersey and throughout the nation are asked to join a day-long effort designed to increase awareness about safe driving behaviors and keep the state’s roadways fatality free for one day.