Merry Christmas! Here is my final installment of Christmas memories for 2009.
EDISON—Middlesex County College faculty, staff and students donated hundreds of pounds of food at the annual holiday party in December. The food, which was dropped off as the employees entered the party, went to Elijah’s Promise Soup Kitchen in New Brunswick.
MIDDLESEX — The economy has affected everyone. Max, a local eight-year-old, wrote a letter to Santa for some help this year since his mom lost her job due to the tough economy.
EDISON—Shots were fired when police arrested two men on drug charges last night, Edison Police Chief Thomas Bryan announced.
TRENTON –Four men were indicted today on charges they conspired to steal more than $435,000 by filing hundreds of fraudulent state income tax returns using stolen and fictitious identities, Attorney General Anne Milgram announced.
Thirty-nine percent of Americans are less “in the mood” to celebrate the holidays this season than they were last year, nearly twice as many as say they are more in the mood (21%), a new Zogby Interactive poll shows.
EDISON—Upper School students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison ushered in the holiday season with an impressive selection of music during their annual winter concert on Dec. 10.
EDISON—More than 65 residents turned out on Dec. 17 for the Edison Call to Service Summit, featuring Mayor Jun Choi and Mayor-elect Toni Ricigliano, to learn about leadership opportunities on township boards and commissions.
SAYREVILLE—A husband and wife from Spotswood died on Dec. 17 while they were being treated for injuries they suffered during a two-vehicle crash in Sayreville on Nov. 27, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Sayreville Police Chief Edward Szkodny announced last week.
EDISON—Middlesex County College is now authorized to offer a course, “Introduction to Solar Electric Systems,” which is recognized by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP).