NORTH BRUNSWICK — Donate blood, save lives and feed a vampire or two at a NJ Blood Services Twilight blood drive at the Regal Commerce Center Stadium 18 Theatre, 2399 Rt. 1 South, North Brunswick, on Tuesday, June 29, from 3 to 10 p.m.
ELIZABETH – A goblet filled from a fountain of youthful talent and accomplishment was raised to young award winners at the 2010 Community Access Unlimited Youth Achievement Night June 23 in Elizabeth.
TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Assemblymen John F. McKeon and Peter J. Barnes III to statutorily cap property tax increases at 2.9 percent annually was released Friday by an Assembly panel.
EDISON – This Saturday, June 26, two Edison high school students are running a spelling bee to raise money for an orphanage in Nepal. Spell to Save Lives will take place at the Edison Valley Playhouse on 2196 Oak Tree…
TRENTON – Assemblyman Anthony Chiappone pleaded guilty today to filing false reports with the New Jersey Election Law Enforcement Commission (ELEC), Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced.
TRENTON – A bill sponsored by Senator Joseph Vitale which would preserve FamilyCare coverage for working parents and unfreeze enrollment for new applicants was approved by the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee Wednesday by a vote of 8-5 along party lines.
TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of Transportation will begin the replacement of the Heathcote Brook culvert under Route 1 in South Brunswick, Commissioner Jim Simpson announced Thursday.
TRENTON — Five Republican members of the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee announced Thursday that $4.3 million in funding for public libraries would be restored in next year’s state budget.
TRENTON – A bill sponsored by Senators Loretta Weinberg and Joseph Vitale which would reverse nearly $7.5 million in cuts in the Governor’s proposed FY 2011 Budget for family planning services was approved by the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee Thursday by a vote of 8-3, with two abstentions.
LIVINGSTON — As summer begins and thousands of families spend time at area beaches and local pools, they should be mindful of the danger of drowning for children of all ages.