CARTERET—When Joe Gadomski, assistant scoutmaster of Carteret Troop 88, heard that troops can adopt camp sites at Kittatinny Scout Reservation in Branchville for the purpose of upgrading and maintaining them, he and Scoutmaster Fred Gerstler didn’t hesitate to offer their troop’s services
EDISON – In an effort to discover the next singer/songwriter sensation, Simon’s Menlo Park Mall and 95.5 WPLJ-FM are inviting aspiring vocalists to audition for an opportunity to receive a single song recording agreement and a $1,000 Simon Visa Giftcard during this summer’s Simon & WPLJ Sing-to-Win contest.
EDISON—The Edison Police Department is launching a business watch program. Business Watch is a similar program to that of the more common Neighborhood Watch, however this program is structured and specifically geared to the needs of small businesses—for example: burglary prevention, robbery prevention, shoplifting awareness, safety procedures for opening and closing, security devices, increased vigilance and more.
TRENTON – Last week, the state Board of Medical Examiners revoked the license of an orthopedic physician who practiced in Carteret for fondling a patient and other offenses.
METUCHEN – The Middlesex County Surrogate Court is opening its ninth satellite office at Metuchen Borough Hall, located at 500 Main Street.
PERTH AMBOY—Starting next month, closing time at city bars will come an hour earlier. The Perth Amboy City Council unanimously approved a measure banning the sale of alcohol after 2 a.m. last week.
EDISON – Middlesex County College President Joann La Perla-Morales was honored by the Edison Arts Society at its 10th Anniversary Gala Ball May 30.
WOODBRIDGE – The Woodbridge Rotary Scholarship Foundation recently awarded scholarships totaling $40,000 to 24 township residents. Eight recipients were college students, while 16 were high school seniors.
WOODBRIDGE—The National Society of High School Scholars (NSHSS) selected Woodbridge High School student Amanda Torres for membership.
TRENTON – A man who served as a leader of the 2006 congressional campaign of state Assemblyman Joseph Vas pleaded guilty today to soliciting fraudulent campaign contributions, Attorney General Anne Milgram and Criminal Justice Director Deborah L. Gramiccioni announced. According…