ROSELLE—The “Spike Breast Cancer” Nancy Riley Memorial Volleyball Fundraiser will be held Wednesday, Oct. 14 at Roselle Catholic High School.
ROSELLE—It didn’t matter that it was 81 degrees outside. It was time to start making the ice. So underneath the arching timber roof at Union County’s Warinanco Skating Center, Kyle Gaestel got to work.
ROSELLE—School security technology provider Virtual Ed Link will unveil New Jersey’s first interactive Safety and Security Management System (SSMS) for schools on Thursday, Sept. 24, in Roselle.
ROSELLE—A spokeperson for Gov. Jon Corzine said that Roselle Council President Jamel Holley should resign because he is facing criminal charges related to widespread absentee ballot fraud in the 2006 Democratic primary.
ROSELLE—The Liberty Tax Service office in Linden is hosting a used cell phone collection event to help Cell Phones for Soldiers on Sept. 19 from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. at the Roselle Fair and Festival.
LAWTON, Okla.—Army National Guard Pvt. Alfonso A. Pena has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla.
ROSELLE—Calls are rising for Roselle Borough Councilman Jamel Holley resign in the wake of criminal charges leveled against him for tampering with ballots in the 2006 Democratic primary for borough council.
ELIZABETH—Al Harrington, the 6’9” forward of the New York Knicks who hails from Roselle, recently visited residents of the Trinitas Regional Medical Center’s New Point Residential Treatment Center.
TRENTON –Roselle Borough Council President Jamel Holley was charged with illegally filling out a portion of the absentee ballots of voters in the 2006 Democratic primary for Borough Council, Attorney General Anne Milgram announced.
ELIZABETH—Union County’s One-Stop Career Center has moved to a new location in Elizabeth at 921 Elizabeth Avenue. The One-Stop offers free services and training for job seekers every weekday from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m., and remains open until 6 p.m. on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. English and Spanish are spoken.