CARTERET — Tomorrow, Mayor Dan Reiman will be joined by representatives from the Carteret Police Department and Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office to host a “Gang Awareness” workshop for parents of Carteret Middle School students.
PLAINFIELD –The Plainfield schools superintendent and two assistants were charged today with stealing more than $10,000 worth of educational services by providing false documents to send two Perth Amboy children to school in South Plainfield, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and New Jersey Attorney General Paula T. Dow announced.
WOODBRIDGE – The Woodbridge Township Municipal Council has unanimously named Samuel DuPree, former vice-chairman of the Woodbridge Housing Authority and long-time New Jersey labor leader, as the recipient of the 2010 John J. Fay, Jr. Civic Award for dedicated public service.
EDISON—Making it Possible to end Homelessness (MIPH) raised about $10,000 at its walkathon Sunday, May 2 at Middlesex County College.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK — Middlesex County students graduating 7th through 11th grades who are interested in gardening and community service, are invited to attend a summer day program at the County’s Extension office called “YESS (Youth Enhanced Service to Society) at the EARTH Center”.
EDISON—The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison showcased the musical and vocal talent of its Upper School students on the evening of April 29 during its annual spring concert.
TRENTON – DNA testing has confirmed that the infant found on the bank of the Raritan River on April 24 is Zara Malani-Lin Abdur-Raheem, who had been missing since Feb. 16, when her biological father allegedly threw her from the Driscoll Bridge on the Garden State Parkway, Attorney General Paula T. Dow announced today.
WOODBRIDGE—The New Jersey Department of Transportation today announced that a portion of Rahway Avenue (CR 514) in Woodbridge Township will be temporarily closed in order to rehabilitate a Conrail railroad grade crossing.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – Relying on good old-fashioned peer-to-peer communication, high school students from throughout Middlesex County produced 30-second public service announcements to warn their friends and classmates about the dangers of drinking and driving.
NEW BRUNSWICK—A South Brunswick High School English teacher has pleaded guilty to taking credit cards from two co-workers and running up a bill of about $300, according to Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan.