NEWARK — The NJ TRANSIT Board of Directors advanced the first phase of a project that will transform Perth Amboy Station into an ADA-accessible facility, with high-level platforms and elevators to provide access for customers with disabilities.
WOODBRIDGE — The annual Woodbridge Township Independence Day celebration and fireworks display will get underway on Friday, July 2, at 4 p.m. when gates open at the Alvin P. Williams Memorial Park on the Sewaren waterfront, Mayor John E. McCormac announced.
OLD BRIDGE — Although New Jersey will soon enter the summer months, visitors to Raritan Bay Medical Center’s emergency departments in Old Bridge and Perth Amboy may feel a chill in the air as heart attack patients are cooled down as part of the medical center’s new patient care code – “code frost.”
EAST BRUNSWICK — 4-H of Middlesex County is looking for vendors to participate in their 4-H Yard Sale.
PLAINSBORO — Three individuals were arrested and charged with driving while intoxicated at a sobriety checkpoint set up over the weekend as part of a program aimed at ensuring the safety of high school students during their prom and graduation celebrations, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Plainsboro Police Chief Richard Furda announced Monday.
TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) announced that a new traffic pattern will be implemented on Interstate 287 southbound over Possumtown Road in Piscataway Township.
NORTH BRUNSWICK – There is still time to sign up for The Foul Shot Doc Youth Basketball Clinic on Satrday, June 19.
PISCATAWAY — Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission and East Jersey Olde Towne Village invite you to celebrate our nation’s independence with Christian Johnson from the American Historical Theatre performing as Charles Willson Peale, perhaps Philadelphia’s most famous portrait painter.
MILLTOWN–Jewish Family and Vocational Service of Middlesex County is offering computer training classes this summer.
NEW BRUNSWICK — New Brunswick Elks Lodge 324 recently awarded $5,500 in scholarships to eight high school seniors who were chosen for their academic excellence, good character, and their ability to exemplify leadership, community service and volunteerism.