ELIZABETH—In my March 3 column with memories from William Frolich, I announced it would be my last column with Union County material unless I heard from readers.
UNION– Ramapo College scored seven straight goals in the second half to erase a 9-6 halftime deficit and defeat Kean University, 13-11, Wednesday afternoon in both Skyline and NJAC action for both.
CLARK—Investors Savings Bank is honoring the volunteer firefighters in the Clark Fire Department by placing a circa 1938 photograph of the fire company’s members on the community wall of the new Investors’ branch at 77 Central Avenue.
LINDEN – Authorities are warning Linden residents to be on the lookout for a man who has robbed three homes after confronting residents with a fake police-type badge.
LINDEN – An Elizabeth man who was a defendant in a court case was arrested for bringing marijuana to Linden Municipal Court on Monday, police said.
LINDEN – Police arrested an Elizabeth woman for allegedly stealing more than $3,000 worth of clothes and jewelry from Kohl’s department store on East Edgar Road on Monday.
LINDEN—A $3 million cut in state aid should end discussion on whether to keep on the city payroll a part-time lawyer who costs taxpayer $100,000 a year, according to Councilman Derek Armstead.
ELIZABETH—A councilman who invited voters to attend several ‘town meetings’ within weeks of his attempt to win re-election in the June 8 Democratic primary is being criticized for campaigning with city funds.
NEW BRUNSWICK– VSA arts of New Jersey, a nonprofit statewide organization that provides arts opportunities for people with disabilities, will honor the recipients of the 2010 Arts Achievement Awards and the 5th Annual Dare to Imagine Awards on Saturday, April 17, at 2 p.m. at the Linwood Middle School in North Brunswick.
RAHWAY—Blogs? Online forums? What are they all about? Just ask any of the students in the eighth grade computer class at Rahway High School. As part of an initiative to create 21st Century Learners, students participate in a blog.