SAYREVILLE-Here are some more past Sayreville bars that I never printed: In 1934, The Silver Arrow was on Upper Main St. on Route 4. It was formally The Gables. “Come up and see Nick and Bill.”
EDISON—Wen Shui (Plainsboro), left, shows her ceramic artwork to Daniella Toscanini (Edison) at the reception for the annual student visual art exhibition at Middlesex County College.
WOODBRIDGE—The Interfaith Clergy Council of Woodbridge Township, the Woodbridge Township Multi-Services Program on Aging, the Municipal Council, students and members of the public will remember and honor those lost to the Holocaust at a community service on Sunday, April 11 at the Evergreen Center, 400 Inman Avenue in Colonia.
EDISON—New Jersey’s 2010 Cherry Blossom Princess, Amanda Ussak of Edison was introduced to Capitol Hill Wednesday night at a reception in the Cannon House Office Building attended by Members of Congress, Japanese diplomats and Cherry Blossom princesses from around the country.
PERTH AMBOY — Perth Amboy Moda Camp will present a “Leap Into Spring” fashion show tonight at William C. McGinnis School, 271 State Street, Perth Amboy, beginning at 6:30 p.m.
NEWARK – John G. McCabe, Jr., the Acting Special Agent in Charge of the Drug Enforcement Administration New Jersey Division joined Chief John U. Holland of the Nutley Police Department, Sheriff Armando Fontoura of the Essex County Sheriff’s Office and Acting Essex County Prosecutor Robert D. Laurino to announce the arrests of 19 defendants in Operation Oxymoron on Wednesday.
TRENTON—A dental office billing manager has pleaded guilty for billing insurance companies for dental procedures not rendered, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen Taylor announced Thursday.
PERTH AMBOY—The Middlesex County Chapter of the Latino Leadership Alliance of New Jersey has invited the eight candidates for Perth Amboy’s City Council to a forum on Saturday, April 24, at 3 p.m.
EDISON—Due to persistent technical problems with the automated ticket machines, Edison Light Transit tickets will no longer be available for purchase at the Edison Train Station.
EDISON – Edison Council President Charles Tomaro is kicking off his “Dig This Campaign” to persuade homeowners in Edison and throughout Middlesex County to dig up and remove underground fuel tanks from their properties.