WESTFIELD—Union County residents can become certified tree experts and share their knowledge with children by joining the Union County Master Tree Steward training program.
ROSELLE—The Roselle Police Department announced Tuesday that they have been equipped with new Police Tracking Computers (PTCs) as a result of a donation by LoJack Corporation.
DOVER AIR FORCE BASE, Del.— For the daughter of an Elizabeth couple, the painful task of identifying the remains, scanning for unexploded ordnances, performing an autopsy, and preparing each service member for burial in a casket chosen by the family for the final trip home begins.
CRANFORD—The Celebration Singers, a 50-member mixed chorus, will hold auditions on Aug. 18 and 25, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Cranford United Methodist at Walnut and Lincoln Avenues in Cranford. Director Sean Berg encourages interested tenors to try out.
WESTFIELD—The 4-H Program of Union County is looking for an adult volunteer to run its Fashion Design/Sewing Club. The club leader helps children learn basic sewing and fashion design techniques.
UNION COUNTY—County residents age 60 and older may be eligible for vouchers to purchase locally grown “Jersey Fresh” fruits, vegetables and herbs.
ROSELLE PARK—Useless “stuff” taking up space? Need to “declutter” your life? Want to do a good deed in these economic hard times?
FORDS—Albert Pacheko of Pacheko Women’s Clothing and Accessories Boutique in Fords presents a check to Rob Eccles, Regional Vice President of the American Cancer Society.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. high school student team competing in the 41st International Chemistry Olympiad won one gold and three silver medals at the event held July 18-26 in Cambridge, England. The students, from Georgia, Indiana, New Jersey and New York, competed against more than 250 students from 65 countries.
SAYREVILLE – Patrons of Sayreville’s strip clubs can continue to bring their own beer, at least for now.