GREAT LAKES, Ill.—Navy Reserve Seaman Apprentice Dain C. Williams, a 1993 graduate of Edison High School was recently promoted to his current rank upon graduation from recruit training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
PERTH AMBOY—Mayor Wilda Diaz said that individual assistance may be available to private property and business owners as Perth Amboy recovers from a significant storm that took place nearly two weeks ago on Saturday, March 13.
WOODBRIDGE—Authorities are actively investigating the death of an 82-year-old man, who was beaten and robbed in his home in the Fords section of the township, Middlesex County First Assistant Prosecutor Julia McClure and Woodbridge Police Chief William Trenery announced today.
NEW BRUNSWICK – After about four hours of deliberations, a jury convicted a 35-year-old Elizabeth man of murdering a South Plainfield resident in his home during a robbery in April 2008.
SAYREVILLE — A 21-year-old Parlin resident and a 22-year-old Cliffwood resident suffered non-life-threatening injuries when they were stabbed with a knife at a bar early Wednesday morning, authorities said.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – The Middlesex County Office of Emergency Management is equipping 300 public and private schools throughout the county with new all-hazards alert weather radios.
EAST BRUNSWICK – The East Brunswick Motor Vehicle Agency located at 271 Route 18 closed its doors for good on Thursday, March 25.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. — New Jersey City University’s women’s bowling team kept alive its remarkable streak of qualifying for every NCAA National Collegiate Women’s Bowling Championship in history on Wednesday, as the Gothic Knights—the host school for the 2010 and seventh-annual championship event—learned it was one of eight schools nationally that met the requirements to compete for the national title.
EDISON—Children’s Specialized Hospital will host an educational symposium about children with autism spectrum disorder on Friday, April 23 at the Pines Manor, 2085 State Route 27, Edison.
CRANBURY—Stacy F. Roth, author and history interpreter, will entertain with a costumed presentation of tea lore, history, songs, poetry, living history display and demonstration on Saturday, April 24, from 3:30-5 p.m. at the “Afternoon Tea Social,” at St. David’s Episcopal Church, 90 South Main Street, Cranbury.