ELIZABETH – On Friday, a Plainfield man was convicted of first degree robbery and weapon possession stemming from a 2008 robbery by knifepoint on Clinton Avenue, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow announced.
EDISON – Students at Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison have been learning about the different holidays celebrated in December and participating in a variety of activities.
CLARK — The Clark Board of Education honored the Arthur L. Johnson Field Hockey Team, North II Group 2 Sectional State Champions, for their fourth championship over the last four years at the school board’s December Showcase of Success. The team finished the season with a final record of 19-6, and a second consecutive North II Group 2 Sectional State championship.
Newt Gingrich earned some $600,000 as a consultant to a major ethanol lobbying group, not the $312,500 that the organization, called Growth Energy, disclosed last spring.
It’s an important moment for Americans who eat fish or use electricity. After more than two decades of delays, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is poised to issue a new regulation restricting some power plant emissions that have polluted the nation’s air and water.
NEWARK – The leader of the G-Shine Bloods criminal street gang operating in Plainfield was sentenced last week to 188 months in prison for his involvement with crack cocaine distribution in the area, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
NEWARK – As the holidays remind us to think of those in need, and the time for year-end tax deductible charitable gifts approaches, the State Division of Consumer Affairs reminds New Jerseyans: ‘Tis the Season to Investigate Before You Donate.
Despite high-profile media attention, the odds of having your credit or debit card number stolen by crooks remains at historically low levels. That said, it’s always good to know what to do in case lightening does strike and someone fraudulently uses your card.
CRANFROD – The Cranford Chamber of Commerce will welcome a new member business tonight, Dec. 19.