TRENTON – Legislation that would revamp the emergency medical services system in New Jersey was cleared out of the Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee on Thursday.
TRENTON – The Senate Law and Public Safety Committee unanimously approved legislation that would aid certain ex-offenders in gaining employment.
LINDEN — Elementary School No. 6 in Linden is giving gifts to those in need.
ELIZABETH — A Bayonne native pleaded guilty earlier this week to second degree identity theft in a case that involved victims from several different states and targeted members of law enforcement, Union County First Assistant Prosecutor Albert Cernadas, Jr. announced.
WHITE PLAINS and UTICA, N.Y. – Children are much more optimistic about America’s ability to solve the problems affecting the nation, according to a pair of nationwide surveys conducted by Weekly Reader, one of the leading K-12 educational publishers, and IBOPE Zogby International, a global public opinion polling and market research firm.
AREA – Christmas is getting closer, and many local communities are holding events to help residents get into the holiday spirit. Here is a rundown of some of the ones coming up this week:
ELIZABETH-Christmas memories of Levy Brothers from Edward Levy: “I was thinking today about some of those days between Thanksgiving and Christmas. The stores were open every night until 9:00 PM or 9:30 PM for shoppers.
We’re being lied to about the purported Iranian nuclear threat, and the war party knows it.
CLARK — Union County Freeholder Linda Carter congratulates the Rev. Manuel Donelson on being named the 2011 Municipal Volunteer of the Year from Linden by the Local Advisory Committee on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (LACADA) at the group’s annual volunteer recognition dinner in Clark.