UNION COUNTY- United Way of Greater Union County’s inaugural “Stuff the Bus” campaign in partnership with local corporations and volunteers helped to make the start of the school year bright for a number of children in the county.
RAHWAY — After practicing general dentistry for 28 years, Dr. Richard Olin of Rahway sees the move into his new 2,400-square-foot dental building like a new beginning.
NEWARK – The State Division of Consumer Affairs has filed complaints against four businesses that allegedly advertised immigration assistance services that they were not authorized to perform, Attorney General Paula T. Dow announced today.
Here’s a message for Congress and the President both need to hear now: Americans are done with the politics of mean. They want to put people back to work solving our nation’s problems. We’ve rebuilt enough countries halfway round the globe. Let’s bring the troops home, and let’s get to work rebuilding our own nation.
SAYREVILLE — Middlesex County Freeholder Director Christopher D. Rafano and the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) remind residents of Middlesex County impacted by Hurricane Irene that federal assistance is available.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The federal Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) announced new steps today to protect hospital patients’ right to choose their own visitors during a hospital stay, including a visitor who is a same-sex domestic partner.
UTICA, N.Y.—U.S. adults are closely split on whether the nation is safer today than it was prior to the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, according to a new IBOPE Zogby poll.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – Local police departments will divide $120,000 in grants to develop community policing programs, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced today.
RAHWAY — Roosevelt School in Rahway opened their doors for the 2011-12 school year this morning. Principal Rocco Collucci, pictured here with fifth grader Vanesa Esquivel, greeted students as they entered the building.
Families across the middle swath of our country — from North Dakota to Louisiana — have a disturbing question to ask themselves: “Do we want a leaky pipeline pumping 800,000 barrels of oil a day running through our community?”