At the Board of Chosen Freeholders’ regular meeting on October 3rd, I summarized the county’s accomplishments and initiatives during the delivery of the 2013 State of the County Address.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – Firefighters, students and other volunteers across the county will be engaged this month in lessons on fire safety for National Fire Prevention Month, held annually each October.
TRENTON – New Jersey Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher today visited Millhill Child and Family Development in Trenton to announce the awarding of Team Nutrition Training mini-grants to eight child care centers and 11 elementary and middle schools in the state with the goal of helping children make healthier food choices and improve their overall health.
STATE – New Jersey is under a Tornado Watch until 5 p.m. today, according to the National Weather Service.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — Longtime Middlesex County Freeholder Stephen J. “Pete” Dalina died Saturday, Oct. 5, surrounded by his family. He was 83.
TRENTON – A former Middlesex County sheriff’s officer was sentenced today for assisting former Sheriff Joseph Spicuzzo in a jobs-for-cash scheme in which Spicuzzo collected about $112,000 in bribes from individuals seeking positions or promotions in the sheriff’s office. Paul…
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – Middlesex County Freeholder Director Ronald G. Rios said County Government in 2013 reached its goal of raising the already high quality of life in the County by enhancing programs, expanding services, maintaining its strong financial footing and building the tools that will attract jobs and industry to the county.
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HIGHLAND PARK – The New Jersey State Industrial Union Council is holding a fundraiser reception to support Democrat Barbara Buono’s gubernatorial bid.
EDISON – Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced today that, as a result of last weekend’s two-day gun buyback in Middlesex County, the state has now taken nearly 16,000 firearms off the streets of New Jersey.