RAHWAY—Rahway District’s All City Strings Orchestra performed at the prestigious New Jersey Music Educators Conference on Feb. 19, which took place at Hilton Hotel and Towers, East Brunswick.
RAHWAY — Police are looking for witnesses to a fatal accident that took place this morning on Old Lake Avenue near the intersection of West Hazelwood Avenue.
STATE—The New Jersey NAACP filed an ethics complaint against state Sen. Raymond J. Lesniak, charging the Elizabeth Democrat with betraying the public trust by sponsoring legislation that would benefit clients of his private law firm.
Book Sale • March 12 & 13 from 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. – The Friends of the Cranford Public Library will hold a used book sale in the cellar of the library, located at 224 Walnut Ave. Most prices range from 25 cents to $6. For info, call 908-709-7281.
PLAINFIELD – It has been five years since Hurricane Katrina struck the Gulf States. New Orleans was devastated by this storm and the American Red Cross was there to help. In honor of the Tri-County Red Cross disaster relief efforts during this catastrophic event, the chapter is holding a “Fais do-do” Awards Fundraiser at the Westwood in Garwood on May 8.
March 2 at 2:08 a.m. – In the vicinity of 590 Raritan Road, Officer Christian Lott arrested Scotch Plains resident Takia Neal, 19, for DUI. She was subsequently released pending a court date.
ELIZABETH – The Small Business Development Center (NJSBDC) at Kean University has partnered with the City of Elizabeth to host a series of free, bi-weekly workshops for Elizabeth residents and small business owners on the topics of starting or establishing a small business.
ROSELLE PARK—A flea market will be held at Church of the Assumption, in the downstairs parish hall, 113 Chiego Place, Roselle Park, on Saturday, April 24.
UNION—Community Access Unlimited has announced its 16th Annual Golf Classic, which will take place on Thursday, May 13at Suburban Golf Club in Union.
SCOTCH PLAINS – Whole grains are a great source of nutrients and fiber, but do you know your grains? And better still, do you know what to do with them?