MINEOLA, N.Y. – A Roselle man convicted of rape in 1981 has been brought back to Nassau County after living as a fugitive for almost 30 years, Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice announced Thursday.
NEW BRUNSWICK – After about four hours of deliberations, a jury convicted a 35-year-old Elizabeth man of murdering a South Plainfield resident in his home during a robbery in April 2008.
CLARK – The impact of Gov. Chris Christie’s proposed cuts to school and municipal aid awards has gotten the headlines this week, but libraries will also be feeling the pinch under his budget plan.
BETHLEHEM, Pa. – The Kean University softball team fell to host Moravian College in a non-conference doubleheader, dropping the opener 6-1 and falling 10-4 in the nightcap on Thursday afternoon.
LINDEN – Officials from the City of Linden and the Union County Improvement Authority took part in a ribbon cutting ceremony for Fire Station No.1 at 302 South Wood Avenue on Wednesday, March 24.
ELIZABETH—The Alumni Association of St. Patrick High School in Elizabeth is hosting their 19th annual Hall of Fame Dinner on Saturday, April 24, at 6 p.m. at the Gran Centurions in Clark.
UNION – Faith Chapel Assembly of God in Berkeley Heights has joined with Calvary Assembly of God to become “Calvary Assembly of God – Berkeley Heights,” according to Rev. John Bechtel.
LINDEN—The selection committee of the Linden Athletic Hall of Fame Inc. has announced the following inductees as their fourth class to be enshrined.
CLARK – The Easter Bunny will be visiting O’Johnnie’s, 170 Westfield Avenue, Clark, on Saturday, March 27.
RAHWAY – The Church of the Good Shepherd, an Episcopal-Anglican church in Rahway, has announced their Holy Week schedule.