CARTERET—Mayor Daniel Reiman has announced that Carteret has partnered with the Intersect Fund in hosting an eight-week advisory course for potential small business investors. The courses are a part of the Carteret Office of Economic Development’s expanding program agenda for new and existing local businesses.
EDISON – Voters rejected a referendum to renovate existing school buildings and add a new elementary school on Tuesday. The $166.8 million plan would have increased taxes by about $120 for the average Edison homeowner.
MONROE—Two male teens were arrested on charges of sexually assaulting a 14-year-old girl on a school bus last week, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Monroe Police Chief John J. Kraivec announced yesterday.
TRENTON—The multi-state “Powerball” lottery game will make its in the Garden State, with tickets on sale at lottery retailers throughout New Jersey beginning Jan. 31.
TRENTON –The Assembly will host a special bipartisan public hearing on Tuesday, Feb. 2 to hear first-hand New Jerseyans’ ideas on fixing and improving the state, Assembly Speaker Sheila Y. Oliver and Assembly Republican Leader Alex DeCroce announced today.
TRENTON – New Jersey businesses are facing a significant tax hike this summer if the federal government doesn’t help replenish the state’s unemployment fund, Gov. Chris Christie warned this week.
EDISON—Sara Alkalili of Plainfield, a junior at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, designed a “Help Haiti Together” logo for a t-shirt to be sold to benefit the victims of the earthquake in Haiti. The logo features two hands clasping a heart with the colors of the Haitian flag.
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y.—Jennifer Scott of Edison has been named to the fall semester Provost’s List at Hofstra University. Scott is currently studying psychology at Hofstra.
WILLIMASBURG, Va.—The following local residents were recently named to the Dean’s List at the College of William and Mary for the fall 2009 semester:
MIDDLESEX COUNTY—Applications are now being accepted for the Middlesex County Youth Conservation Corps, whose mission is “to protect and preserve natural areas from misuse, polluters and the forces of nature” at the 7,000 acres of Open Space owned and maintained by Middlesex County.