Middlesex

Middlesex woman defrauded United States Treasury

TRENTON, N.J. – A Middlesex woman admitted defrauding the United States Department of the Treasury of $940,000 in income tax return checks. Rosemary Valerio, 32, pleaded guilty Wednesday before U.S. District Judge Anne E. Thompson in Trenton federal court to…

Local author signed to publish new children’s book

MIDDLESEX, N.J. – Tate Publishing has announced the signing of local author Michele Kirk and her soon-to-be-published book, Horses Don’t Moo and Cows Don’t Cock-a-Doodle-Doo. “We are very excited to have Michele join the Tate family! Her children’s book is going…

Middlesex woman scammed more than $900,000 from federal taxes

TRENTON – A Middlesex County woman admitted her role in defrauding the United States Department of the Treasury of more than $900,000 in income tax return checks. Rosanna Rodriguez, 29, of Middlesex Borough, pleaded guilty September 22 before U.S. District Judge…

The Gateway Family YMCA Selected to Receive LIVESTRONG® at the YMCA Implementation Grant

Initiative designed to improve quality of life for cancer survivors and their families to launch this fall in Eastern Union County and Northern Middlesex County. Elizabeth – July 10, 2014 – The Gateway Family YMCA will become a provider of…

The Gateway Family YMCA Staff Supports Annual Campaign with over $38,000 in donations

YMCA Staff Giving Leads the 2014 Annual Campaign ELIZABETH, NJ  – Staff members from The Gateway Family YMCA donated more than $38,000 to the Annual Campaign in 2014, recognizing the need and impact made by the Y in the community.…

Scutari talks pot & scandal on MSNBC

LINDEN — Sen. Nicholas Scutari provided insight about the investigation into the George Washington Bridge scandal that has been dogging GOP Gov. Chris Christie during an interview on MSNBC that aired live on Saturday. Scutari also discussed his initiative to legalize recreational marijuana in…

Kenilworth, Middlesex Moving Companies Among 26 Charged In State Sting

John J. Hoffman

NEWARK – Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs are citing 26 unlicensed moving companies with violating state law, and assessing civil penalties of $2,500 each, as the result of an undercover sting operation.

Holt near your home

STATE — Rep. Rush Holt (D-12) is holding a series of community offices in towns throughout central New Jersey. Members of Holt’s staff will be available to assist residents who are having problems with Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, the VA,…