SCOTCH PLAINS – The Center For Hope Hospice & Palliative Care will offer a “Grief and the Holidays” lecture presented by Patty McLaughlin, M.A., M.F.T., and Tracey Sandman, M.A.P.C. Both women are the Bereavement Counselors at the Center For Hope.…
ELIZABETH—Garrett Husveth, co-founder of hauntednewjersey.com, forensic examiner and digital sound expert will offer a program, Ghosts and the Paranormal, at Elizabeth Public Library on Saturday, Nov. 14, at 2 p.m., in the Main Library Auditorium, 11 South Broad Street.
ELIZABETH—Lester Sargent, Jack Casey and Jay Rice of the Union County Emerald Society congratulate Bella Nugent Laughlin of Elizabeth as she is named Irishwoman of the Year.
ELIZABETH – Traditionally, a New Year marks the beginning of a hiring surge that takes place among employers seeking the best-of-the-best to join their ranks. With 2010 expected to see an ease in the slackened economy, it is important to be prepared for opportunities for promotion, lateral moves, and re-entry into the employment marketplace.
WOODBRIDGE – The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, better known as A&P, has retained the Woodbridge-based Fameco Real Estate firm to dispose of two former supermarket properties.
UNION COUNTY – Two area lawmakers are asking Gov. Jon Corzine to pardon a Somerset County man with multiple sclerosis who was spotted growing marijuana behind his house by a New Jersey National Guard helicopter pilot.
PLAINFIELD—Members of the Union County Homicide Task Force arrested a 27-year-old Plainfield man Tuesday afternoon and charged him with the Sept. 27 death of Dwayne Dunn, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow announced.
ELIZABETH – A man who allegedly carjacked a vehicle in Elizabeth Monday night was killed in a crash as he attempted to flee police, authorities said.
ELIZABETH – A teenager accused in the fatal shooing of a youth outside a Union Township skating rink after a Christmas party last December pleaded not guilty Monday before a Superior Court judge in Elizabeth.
LINDEN – City Council members sided with Council President Robert Bunk and the Arthur Kill Watershed Alliance last week, rejecting a plan to build a $5 billion “clean coal” power plant and disappointing union members hoping for jobs.