UNION COUNTY—Sledding was on the agenda for many of Union County’s children, who were off from school for a second day. For smaller children, the small slopes in Briant Park in Summit and Lenape Park in Cranford were enough.
NEW BRUNSWICK – Middlesex County Freeholder H. James Polos announced that the county will save $100,000 when it installs a new HVAC system at the County Archives Building in North Brunswick as a result of being accepted into PSE&G’s Direct Install program.
MONROE — Jewish Family and Vocational Service of Middlesex County is creating a new socialization group called the Lunch Club, which is being offered for socially isolated seniors to enjoy kosher lunch and socialize with peers.
WOODBRIDGE – Les Jumelles Jazz will kick off the “Red, White & Blues: Jazz & Blues from the Garden State,” concert series at The Barron Arts Center, 582 Rahway Avenue, Woodbridge on Friday, March 5, at 8 p.m. Admission is free and everyone is welcome to attend. Reservations are required and are on first-come basis. Call 1-732-634-0413 for more information or to reserve your seats.
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COLUMBIA, S.C.—Army National Guard Pvt. Christian F. Goines has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
PERTH AMBOY—The Perth Amboy Merchants Association has chosen the Royal Garden Club By The Bay to receive the Special Recognition of the Year Award to be presented on Friday, Feb. 26 at the Armory Restaurant.
PARRIS ISLAND, S.C.—Marine Corps Pfc. Jorge H. Henao, son of Ruby Florez of Bound Brook and Jorge Henao of Parlin, recently completed 12 weeks of basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. C., designed to challenge new Marine recruits both physically and mentally.
EAST BRUNSWICK — On Sunday, Feb. 28,Middlesex County 4-H will host a spaghetti dinner. The dinner takes place from 4—8 p.m. at the County 4-H Center, 645 Cranbury Rd., East Brunswick. Proceeds will go towards much-needed repairs of the Middlesex…
STATE — Road crews are working to clear New Jersey highways and major roadways, but the worst of this winter storm may not have come yet.
The National Weather Service has a blizzard warning in effect for the state. High winds — with gusts of up to 45 miles per hour — are expected this afternoon. Possible whiteout conditions will make travel dangerous, and officials are advising residents to stay at home if possible.