CARTERET—At last week’s Borough Council meeting, Mayor Dan Reiman congratulated 16 of this year’s graduates, presenting each with a commendation and a $500 scholarship check from the Mayor’s Children’s Charity Trust Fund.
CARTERET—The borough’s Herman Avenue upgrade project has been awarded to F&P Contractors, of South Amboy, Mayor Daniel J. Reiman and Councilwoman Iris Colon, Public Works Chairwoman, announced.
CLARK – A 66-year-old Edison man was fatally injured on Sunday after his pickup truck hit a tree alongside the Parkway in Clark, officials said.
By Mayor John McCormac Woodbridge Township has a new and exciting look – a totally redesigned, updated and easy to navigate web page that provides information on township events, programs and services. The new page has the same address –…
EDISON – A township man struck an 18-month-old toddler as he backed out of the driveway of a Daisy Court home last Thursday.
WOODBRIDGE-Here are some memories from Giff Kucsma after my March 27 column where I asked “if any reader knows where Maurer, Engleswood or Spa Spring as referred in the material is located”:
WOODBRIDGE—On May 22, the children of the Woodbridge Child Care Center, participated in a Trike-A-Thon for the patients of St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital, located in Memphis, Tenn.
LYNCHBURG, Va.—Tiffany Paonessa of Colonia graduated from Randolph College (formerly Randolph-Macon Woman’s College) on Sunday, May 17.
PERTH AMBOY—Authors of “Then and Now: Perth Amboy,” Paul W. Wang and Katherine Massopust, gave a lecture on their book at the Perth Amboy Gallery.
EDISON—Santi V. Buscemi, professor of English at Middlesex County College, has published a translation of Luigi Capuana’s book of children’s fairy tales, “C’era una volta.” The book is called “Sicilian Tales,” and it is published by Dante University Press.