Middlesex County

Eagle Scout Completes Food Pantry To Earn Rank

CARTERET—On Saturday, July 12, a ribbon cutting ceremony was held for The Partners Against Hunger Food Bank, located in the basement of the Iglesia de Dios church located at 712 Roosevelt Avenue in Carteret. The food pantry is a cooperative…

Young Patriot Wins Essay Contest

Young Patriot Wins Essay Contest—Jake Russell (center) a student at St. James School, presented his first place Americanism Essay sponsored by the Woodbridge Elks # 2116 at the Flag Day services held at the lodge recently. Standing l-r are New…

Carteret Expands Summer Recreation Programs

CARTERET—The borough recently kicked off its range of summer recreation programs with its summer concert series, including live performances in both Carteret and Waterfront Parks. The events marked the beginning of what Mayor Daniel J. Reiman has lauded as “a…

Get Ready… Get Set… Go… Woodbridge Township to Host 2008 New Jersey Senior Olympics

by Mayor John McCormac I am extremely proud to announce that Woodbridge Township has been selected to host and sponsor the 2008 New Jersey Senior Olympics which will be held on Sept. 12, 13 & 14. The Woodbridge Community Center…

Woodbridge Continues Quality Of Life Violations Crackdown

WOODBRIDGE – Woodbridge Township Mayor John E. McCormac announced last week that the ongoing township-wide Code Enforcement Task Force and Inspection Program targeting property maintenance, trash & debris and non-conforming and/or illegal housing has resulted in the issuance of more…

Vas Pay-To-Play Reform May Be Repealed

PERTH AMBOY – City council members are considering taking steps to introduce three new pay-to-play ordinances to replace the pay-to-play and ethics reform package approved in the final days of Mayor Joseph Vas’ administration. According to Council President Peter Jimenez,…