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.
LINDEN—City Council President Robert Bunk is unlikely to get a free ride for the Democratic nomination to challenge Mayor Richard Gerbounka, the independent who defeated former Mayor John T. Gregorio in 2006.
Feb. 18 at 8:46 a.m. – Officer Jorge Feliciano investigated a reported theft at Park Square. The case remains open.
Clearance Sale • Now through March 6 – Best Friend Dog & Animal Adoption is having a winter clothing clearance sale at their thrift shop, 1750 E. Second St., Scotch Plains. The store is open from 10:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. every day except Sunday. Proceeds benefit the animal rescue group. For info, call 1-732-388-8930.
Feb. 16 at 1:24 p.m. – In the vicinity of Raritan Road and Central Avenue, Officer Antonio Manata arrested Edison resident Janice Pryor, 52, on an outstanding warrant from Rahway for contempt of court. She was subsequently released after posting bail.
CLARK—Al MacDougall, president of the Clark Kiwanis Club, has announced the date of the club’s 17th annual spaghetti dinner. “We hope people will save the date of Sunday, March 7, to ‘mangia’ with us at the Zion Lutheran Church in Clark,” he said.
LEXINGTON, Va.—Christopher M. Wisnowski, a freshman at Virginia Military Institute is among the 449 cadets who were recently named to the Deans’ List for the first semester of academic year 2009-10.