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Assemblyman Announces Charity Bowling Event

WOODBRIDGE – Asm. Craig J. Coughlin announced the second annual “Bowl for Hunger” charity event, in partnership with the Raritan Bay Medical Center Foundation and Middlesex Water Company, at a press event Wednesday. The July 19 fundraiser will aid the community’s 32 food banks and soup kitchens.

Writer’s Block: Commencement

As a high school counselor, I have been to more than my fair share of graduations. Each one pretty much follows the same format. Yet, because each graduating class really does have a ‘personality,’ the student and teacher vibe at the ceremony can conjure up lots of emotion.

Trudi’s Corner: In A Quandary

Right now, I’m in a quandary as to what I want to write about. First of all, I must admit I actually had to check the spelling of the word “quandary.” I’m an avid reader and do know the meaning of the word, but for the life of me I just drew a blank. It isn’t often that it happens, but there you have it.

Hacker Pleads Guilty To Infiltrating AT&T Servers

NEWARK – A computer hacker who helped write the malicious code behind a breach of AT&T’s computer servers admitted today to conspiring to hack into the servers, steal information regarding iPad subscribers, and publicize the crime, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.

Former Little League President Accused Of Stealing Funds

EDISON — A former president of the North Edison Little League was charged today with stealing more than $35,000 from the organization over a period of more than three years, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced.

New Jersey Enters Multi-State Settlement With Drugmaker

TRENTON – New Jersey and 37 other states have entered a settlement agreement with GlaxoSmithKline and a subsidiary, SB Pharmco Puerto Rico, Inc., that resolves allegations the companies sold drugs that were adulterated during faulty manufacturing processes, state Attorney General Paula T. Dow announced.

Christie Issues Conditional Veto Of Adoption Records Bill

TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie conditionally vetoed a bill passed by the Legislature in May that would have given adopted people access to their medical history and birth records. Under Christie’s revised version, adopted individuals will still be able to get the information but may have to wait up to a year.