RAHWAY—The stairway at the east end of the eastbound (inbound) platform at the Rahway Train Station, which connects Irving Street to the station, is currently closed for repairs and will undergo renovations beginning Monday, Oct. 19.
Aug. 10 at 1:29 p.m. – Officer Glenn Griffin investigated a report of criminal mischief to a Rolling Hill Way residence.
NEWARK—State Superior Court Judge Catherine M. Langlois has issued a Final Judgment by Default and Order against a now defunct Chester-based wedding photography company and its principal, which includes a deadline for the Division of Consumer Affairs’ distribution of impounded merchandise to affected couples.
CARTERET—The borough has been approved for a state grant to fund an energy efficiency study of Carteret’s public buildings, Mayor Dan Reiman announced this week.
MONROE—Jewish Family and Vocational Service of Middlesex County is offering a group for caregivers beginning in September.
ROSELLE—Robert Melchionne, Business Development Officer from Spencer Savings Bank, 220 Chestnut Street in Roselle, speaks about small business financing at the Roselle Urban Enterprise Zone business luncheon on Aug. 12.
MONROE—Health care coverage for employees and their families is the biggest cost driver in business today. The impending nursing crisis will further increase health care costs while lowering quality of care. More mistakes will be made during hospital stays – resulting in longer and costlier stays.
MOUNTAINSIDE—The allies have landed on the shores of Echo Lake.
With the help of state entomologists, nearly 15,000 Gallerucella beetles were released recently along the shoreline of this Union County park, which straddles the Westfield-Mountainside border.
WOODBRIDGE–Over 700 children and parents attended the Woodbridge Metuchen Edison YMCA Family Appreciation Night hosted by Northfield Bank at the Woodbridge Community Center on Thursday, Aug. 6. The event was held to show appreciation to the families of YMCA gym and summer camp members.
MILLBURN—High school students with limited access to the performing arts were the beneficiaries of a $5,000 grant by The Provident Bank Foundation to the Paper Mill Playhouse.