LINDEN – A 40-year-old city woman was killed when her minivan collided with a cargo tanker truck early Saturday morning, police said.
UNION COUNTY – When disasters strike and people are forced from their homes, the Red Cross responds by opening shelters and providing food, clothing and comfort. During the past several weeks shelters have been opened throughout the country as blizzard conditions have stranded motorist and power outages have forced people from their homes.
RAHWAY—Grover Cleveland Students in Rahway were visited by the Cat and the Hat on Friday, Feb. 19.
EDISON—On the morning of Feb. 24, Lisa Cheng of Colonia and Eileen Huynh of Edison, current parents at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, visited fourth graders to teach them about Chinese New Year.
STATE—A report prepared by five members of the League of Women Voters of the Union Area will be among those presented at a program on alternatives to fossil fuels at the New Jersey Hospital Association Conference Center, 760 Alexander Road, Princeton, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. April 10.
UNION COUNTY — Superior Court Judge Philip Maenza suspended a probation sentence pending the outcome of several appeals in the bizarre stalking case against Assemblyman Joseph Cryan’s ex-girlfriend.
STATE – A winter storm could bring over a foot of snow to central New Jersey on Thursday, according to National Weather Service predictions.
LINDEN – Mayor Richard Gerbounka vetoed an ordinance to re-appoint assistant city attorney John Hudak, saying that Linden spends too much on an overstaffed legal department.
CLARK — You could search all over New Jersey, but there aren’t many better places to live than Clark.
CLARK—St. Agnes School is attempting to meet the goal of enrolling 150 kindergarten-eighth grade students by March 15 so that it can remain open next year. As of Friday, the school had 132 registered students and has inquiries for over 145 students for next year.