LINDEN — James D. Moore, a former councilman and school board member who headed the 10th Ward Democratic Club for many years, says he is considering a return to politics as his March 1 retirement as a state Parole Board hearing officer nears.
TRENTON – The state Assembly unanimously approved a resolution to emphasize the need to address the Bayonne Bridge’s low clearance and keep New Jersey’s port economy vibrant on Thursday.
UNION—Folk artist Spook Handy will be performing his Tales From the Road concert at the Union Public Library on Tuesday, March 2, at 7 p.m.
RAHWAY—Students at Franklin School in Rahway recently celebrated the 100th day of school! Students practiced counting to 100 in various ways.
RAHWAY—Eighth grade students at Rahway Middle School have been studying the properties of matter. Recently, Diane Camera’s science classes completed an investigation observing the different phase changes of ice as it is heated.
RAHWAY—Students at Franklin School in Rahway recently studied about U.S. Presidents. Second grade students listened to stories about President Abraham Lincoln in honor of his birthday.
RAHWAY—Grover Cleveland students in Rahway celebrated being one hundred days smarter on the 100th day of school last week.
LINDEN – A 50-year-old Chinese tourist was robbed in the lobby of a Linden hotel Tuesday morning, police said.
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.