EDISON – The Legal Services of New Jersey Poverty Research Institute has released a new study report, “Unequal Access to Justice: Many Legal Needs, Too Little Legal Assistance,” with findings that LSNJ president Melville D. Miller, Jr., calls “quite disturbing.”
NEW BRUNSWICK—Police arrested a woman last week who was charged with endangering and robbing a New Brunswick man, who died after he fell on a city street during a dispute. Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and New Brunswick Police Director Anthony A. Caputo announced Friday.
LINDEN – Local officials joined representatives of the state’s electric and gas utilities at the home of Leona Parker of Linden to celebrate the 50,000th participant in the New Jersey Comfort Partners Program. Comfort Partners, a component of New Jersey’s…
PERTH AMBOY — The Perth Amboy City Council adopted five government reform ordinances last week designed to ensure open and honest government.
STATE—New Jersey motorists drove nearly 6.3 billion miles in July 2009, a 2.1% increase over July 2008, new federal data shows.
RAHWAY – Maintaining the Motor Vehicle Commission’s focus on continuing successful customer service enhancements throughout the state, Acting Chief Administrator Shawn B. Sheekey highlighted facility and service improvements at the ground breaking of the future Rahway Agency last Thursday.
ELIZABETH—This is from material given to me by South Amboy resident Jerry Celecki. It is from the Historical Highlights of the Central Jersey and its Veteran Employees Association.
ELIZABETH – United Way of Greater Union County and The Union Community Council will host a Zumba Fitness Marathon on Oct. 25 at The Union Boys and Girls Club, 1050 Jeanette Avenue, Union.
WESTFIELD—Westfield Community Players is celebrating their 75th anniversary with a costume soiree in the theater at 1000 North Avenue, West in Westfield on Saturday, Nov. 21, from 8 to 11 p.m.
CLARK – Boy Scout Troop #310 is currently selling 2010 entertainment books to raise money for activities and equipment.