ELIZABETH — An Elizabeth man pleaded guilty in Superior Court yesterday for his role in the December 2007 death of a neighbor, according to Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow.
ELIZABETH — The pastor of a Newark church pleaded guilty yesterday in Superior Court in connection with a case that involved an affair with a congregant where the pair allegedly forced two teenage girls to videotape the trysts at a Linden motel.
EDISON — Police are working to identify human remains that were found yesterday in a wooded area of Edison, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Edison Police Chief Thomas Bryan announced last night.
WOODBRIDGE — Mayor John E. McCormac and the Woodbridge “Green Team” invite you to join them in a township-wide “environmental clean-up” as part of National Public Lands Day on Saturday, Sept. 25.
RAHWAY — The Annual Lehrer-Gibilisco Benefit Softball Tournament hits its 15th year home run for the Children’s Specialized Hospital “Lightning Wheels’ Athletic Team. The tournament was held at Rahway River Park, Rahway.
TRENTON — New Jersey’s black bears are starting to fatten up for winter hibernation and will more actively forage for food in the coming weeks.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — Middlesex County residents will be able to dispose of unwanted medicines at local police departments and Rutgers University on Saturday, Sept. 25, Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and John G. McCabe Jr., acting special agent in charge of the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, New Jersey Division, announced.
Unsettling via the ugly little, crime-absorbed world it unearths, director Ben Affleck’s “The Town” blends old style action-drama with a shock and awe rawness common to our times. While a part of you may wish that the distasteful sociology had remained under its slimy rock, your captivated half is sure to be rendered mouth agape and at seat’s edge.
Pink Ribbon Run • Sept. 25 – Perth Amboy will host the Central NJ Pink Ribbon 5K Run and 1-Mile Health Walk to benefit Susan G. Komen For The Cure. On site registration and t-shirt pick-up will begin at 10 a.m. at 302 Front Street.
I have a cousin who likes to talk on the phone. She usually calls at exactly the same time that I am ready to unwind in quiet bliss for the first time since the alarm went off at 5 a.m. Truthfully, I don’t want to open my mouth in the evening for anything except maybe that nice glass of merlot staring at me. All I need to do is say, “Ahhh” and the conversation is over