TRENTON—The Mega Millions jackpot will reset to $12 million for the drawing to be held on Friday, Nov. 13, but not before giving one lucky New Jerseyan their share of a $77 million jackpot. The fortunate New Jersey winner shares the jackpot with a fellow winner in California. Each share of the jackpot is worth an estimated $38.5 million.
PITMAN – William Paterson senior middle hitter Kelly Helfrich, a Clark resident and graduate of Arthur L. Johnson High School, was named the New Jersey Athletic Conference Volleyball Player of the Year, the league office announced Nov. 5.
UNION COUNTY—The Board of Chosen Freeholders has approved a $325,000 legal settlement with a mentally ill woman who sued the county because she parts of her feet amputated after she was allegedly released from the Union County Jail into the coldest night of the year wearing bedroom slippers and no jacket.
Nov. 3 at 5:09 p.m. – Officer Terrance Harrison investigated a report of a stolen purse from a patron of the Shop-Rite Supermarket at 76 Central Avenue.
RAHWAY – Rahway was one of five Union County municipalities that received H1N1 flu vaccine over the weekend, but didn’t get enough syringes.
CLARK – Township resident Robert J. Kircher was named to the Dean’s List at Fordham University’s College of Business Administration for his outstanding academic achievements during the fall 2008-spring 2009 academic year.
CLARK – The Polish Cultural Foundation in Clark will present an evening with Joanna Sokolowska-Gwizdka, the author of Helena Modjeska’s bilingual biography, “What I Received from God and from People.” The free public event is scheduled for Friday, Nov. 13,…
ELIZABETH—A Union County Grand Jury handed down an eleven-count indictment Monday against a Hillside man who was involved in a police-involved shooting earlier this year, said Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow. The officers were cleared of any wrongdoing.
RAHWAY—After learning about Veteran’s Day, Takshat Patel and Antonio Santoni, along with the rest of the students in Kathleen Bentley’s fourth grade class at Franklin Elementary School in Rahway, wrote letters to veterans thanking them for serving and protecting our country.
CRANFORD – The opening of a new school facility by the Cerebral Palsy League (CPL) in Cranford has drawn praise from the Cranford Chamber of Commerce and the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders for the league’s contribution to the community and services to its students.