STATE — New Jersey Blood Services (NJBS), a division of New York Blood Center (NYBC), serving more than 20 million people in New York City, Long Island, the Hudson Valley, and New Jersey, is asking for post-hurricane emergency blood donations.
UNION COUNTY — Registered Union County voters who wish to vote early in person can still vote today, Monday Nov. 5, until 4:30 p.m. To vote early in person, come to the County Clerk’s offices at 2 Broad Street in Elizabeth or 300 North Avenue East in Westfield. These are the only two locations for in-person early voting.
STATE – To help residents of the areas hardest-hit by Hurricane Sandy to finding gasoline, GasBuddy developers and created an online tool to track where gasoline is available.
TRENTON — The Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund is raising funds and resources to help New Jersey families impacted by the devastation of the storm. To make donations online, visit www.SandyNJReliefFund.org
TRENTON – State and federal hotlines are available to help New Jersey residents, health care workers and first responders manage emotional stress and stay healthy.
TRENTON – To ease congestion and aid commuters while NJ Transit works to restore service, government officials have contracted with private bus companies to provide emergency service into New York City from locations around the state.
UNION COUNTY — On Monday, Nov. 5, Union County College will hold its scheduled classes on the Elizabeth and Plainfield campuses.
STATE – With hundreds of polling sites throughout the state relocated because of damage caused by Hurricane Sandy, and many residents still displaced from their homes, tomorrow will not be a typical Election Day.
TRENTON — Residents of 10 New Jersey counties who suffered damages from Hurricane Sandy may be eligible for federal disaster assistance as a result of the presidential disaster declaration made Oct. 30.