EDISON—The Edison Township mayoral and council candidates will be introduced to the business community at the Sept. 22 business mixer sponsored by the Edison Chamber of Commerce.
UNION—The Salem Roadhouse Cafe at Townley Presbyterian Church will feature a live music show and art gallery display at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 19. “Slight Imperfection”, a local duet group from Millburn, plays Celtic and American rock and folk,…
OLD BRIDGE—With all the attention that H1N1 is getting and with “traditional” flu season just around the corner, it’s important to remember pneumonia can be a serious flu complication for some people.
TRENTON— Chris Daggett, independent candidate for Governor, said last week the state should oppose efforts to build offshore liquefied natural gas terminals off the Jersey coast, saying the projects would increase greenhouse gas emissions and foster more dependence on foreign fossil fuels.
CARTERET—The Borough has acquired an historic residence that formerly served as a 19th century schoolhouse, and will be holding it in trust until it can be restored as a historic landmark, Mayor Daniel J. Reiman announced today.
LINDEN – Police arrested two men early Monday morning after they tried to flee from officers who spotted them stripping a car in the parking lot of an Elizabeth church, authorities said.
RAHWAY – Police are searching for a suspect who allegedly threatened a woman with a knife inside her Broad Street home Saturday morning, authorities said.
SAYREVILLE – Gov. Jon Corzine (second from left) made an appearance at Sayreville Community Day on Sept. 13.
PERTH AMBOY – Approximately 110 of 165 employees at the Gerdau Ameristeel mill in Perth Amboy were laid off Friday as the plant prepares for shutdown, according to a union official.
LINDEN—Linden School No. 9 students Erin Rotter and Nia Dort proudly wave their flags as they honored the heroes of Linden and our country on Friday, Sept. 11.