MIDDLESEX COUNTY – The Middlesex County Conservation Corps needs volunteers. The organization’s mission is “to protect and preserve natural areas from misuse, polluters and the forces of nature” at the nearly 7,000 acres of open space owned and maintained by Middlesex County.
TRENTON – Gov. Jon S. Corzine has sent a second letter to United States Secretary of Agriculture Thomas Vilsack asking him to include nine additional counties – including Middlesex – in a natural disaster designation for damage incurred this growing…
TRENTON—Dale G. Caldwell, an 11-year member of the New Brunswick Board of Education and 10-year member of the Middlesex Regional Educational Services Commission, is the 2009 New Jersey’s School Board Member of the Year, the New Jersey School Boards Association announced this week.
HIGHLAND PARK – With the rough economy directly affecting people’s spending habits, Peachepot owner Nora Weinberg wasn’t sure if she was going to make it to the store’s first anniversary.
HIGHLAND PARK—After nearly 11 years in New Brunswick, the owner of Cyber Knight Computers decided to move to Highland Park.
EDISON—It’s not too late to start college. At Middlesex County College, a special “Fall II” program of accelerated courses begins Sept. 28. Courses are offered day, evening, and through the internet as well as at various locations throughout the county.
SAYREVILLE—Coming Home of Middlesex County, Inc., a newly established non-profit agency, is holding its first annual meeting from 3:30 to 6:30 p.m. on Sept. 16 at the Middlesex Fire Academy in Sayreville. The meeting is open to the public. Coming…
EDISON – Go to the Jewish Community Center of Middlesex County, 1775 Oak Tree Road, Edison, for “Under a Sukkot Sky”, an intergenerational, community-wide celebration of the holiday of Sukkot, taking place on Thursday, Oct. 8, at 6:30 p.m. sharp.
LINDEN – A Piscataway man was charged with assaulting a police officer who was attempting to break up a fight in front of the Luna Lounge on East St. Georges Avenue early Saturday morning.
FREEHOLD – Assemblyman Joseph Vas appeared in Superior Court in Freehold Tuesday and pleaded not guilty to charges of improperly billing Perth Amboy for $6,000 in medical costs and receiving $25,000 in improvements to his home from a city vendor for free during his tenure as the city’s mayor.