PARRIS ISLAND, S.C. – Marine Corps Pvt. Antonio A. Patino, son of Brenda Liciaga of Perth Amboy, recently completed 12 weeks of basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, S. C. designed to challenge new Marine recruits both physically and mentally.
PERTH AMBOY – If you do your Christmas shopping at downtown Perth Amboy businesses, you can get a free photo with Santa Claus this weekend at the Christmas Village at Fink Park, located at the corner of Madison and Smith.
CLARK — During winter break week, several exciting, free children’s programs will be offered at the Clark Public Library. Why not come in from the cold and check out all the great resources the library offers?
We’ve all suffered buyer’s remorse – say you buy something you really can’t afford or the item’s sudden drop in value make it seem, in retrospect, a poor investment. That’s what has happened to some people who’ve taken advantage of IRS rules that allow them to convert a regular IRA or 401(k) into a Roth IRA, only to discover later it may not have been the right strategy.
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UNION — A Union Township man who works as an adoption specialist for the State Division of Children and Families was arrested at his home early this morning and charged with third degree endangering the welfare of a child, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow announced.
TRENTON – The Assembly on Thursday approved legislation sponsored by Assembly members John S. Wisniewski, Ralph R. Caputo, Connie Wagner, Charles Mainor, John F. McKeon, Vincent Prieto, Elease Evans and Angel Fuentes that would aid in the search for missing children by making it a crime to not report a missing child within 24 hours.
ELIZABETH – Mayor Chris Bollwage (right) stands with new Police Chief Pat Shannon (second from right) and new police sergeants Kim Borras, Pete Novak and Bob Hilongos following a promotion ceremony on Thursday, Dec. 15.
TRENTON – A partial owner of a health care plan administration business was indicted today for allegedly stealing almost a half a million dollars from a trust fund that was a client of her company, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Acting Insurance Fraud Prosecutor Ronald Chillemi announced.