LINDEN – Morning Star Community Christian Center in Linden is gearing up to do its part to help the families in need who were affected by the recent tragedy in Haiti. Tonight at 7 p.m., at Morning Star, 1009 Chandler…
ELIZABETH – An unidentified man suffered minor injuries after sustaining a gunshot wound on Tuesday night, police said. The victim was shot around 11 p.m. on 2nd Street in Elizabeth, according to police.
TRENTON—A principal member of the so-called “Route 35 Crew” was sentenced to 334 months in federal prison Monday for committing 11 armed bank robberies, a home invasion robbery and two other robberies between August 2006 and November 2007, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
UNION COUNTY—The Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct (ACJC) will hold a hearing to consider misconduct charges against Superior Court Judge William L’E. Wertheimer on Thursday, Feb. 18, at 10:30 a.m., in the main conference room of the New Jersey Law Center, 1 Constitution Way, New Brunswick.
With a 7-0 start going into tonight’s action against the Union Farmers, the Plainfield Cardinals are highest ranked public school basketball squad in state at number 6. The perch gives them the bullseye on their back for the remainder of the season.
CLARK — Clark Volunteer Emergency Squad will sponsor a special blood drive to honor Marine Nilton Cacoilo who served two tours in Iraq, only to return home and be stricken by leukemia.
ROSELLE – In a way, an 11-year old girl helped create the first environmental club at Abraham Clark High School.
SPRINGFIELD—The AAA New Jersey Automobile Club and New Jersey Blood Services will host a blood drive at AAA’s Springfield office, located at 135 Route 22 East, on Tuesday, Jan. 19 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. All eligible donors are encouraged to give blood. Donors will receive a special gift.
SCOTCH PLAINS – On Monday, Jan. 18, the Tri-County Red Cross will be participating in the Scotch Plains Martin Luther King, Jr. Day of Service at the Scotch Plains Jewish Community Center at 1391 Martine Avenue.
CLARK – The Clark Public Library is offering fun, interactive programming this winter for people of all ages. Come in from the cold and check out these great events.