UNION COUNTY — The Union County Baseball Association invites young baseball players – boys and girls – ages 8 to 15, to register for its Summer Youth League baseball teams.
EDISON — Yuen Shan Yuen of North Brunswick, left, and Heather Ramstedt of Highland Park flank Middlesex County College Alumni President William Egbert III ’04 as he presents the Alumni Association 2011 Scholarship awards.
If there was any doubt about the broken state of our prison system, the news this week should put it to rest.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — For 25 years, warning labels on cigarettes have gone largely unnoticed. As required by the Family Smoking and Tobacco Control Act, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has enacted a final rule that requires graphic health warnings on all cigarette packages and advertisements starting in fall 2012.
LINDEN – Police are seeking suspects in three gas station robberies that took place within a ten minute span last Thursday.
ELIZABETH — Benedictine Academy’s Campus Ministry Club, Students Helping All Children, was honored recently by the national Jefferson Awards program as the top youth volunteer group in New Jersey for working tirelessly to raise awareness to stop human trafficking.
LINDEN — The K-Kids group of School #10 in Linden recently adopted a soldier currently serving in Iraq and sent boxes of items to him and his unit. This soldier was special to School #10 because he not only was a Linden graduate, but had also worked for the school system and is now the father of a current student.
June 15 at 3:17 p.m. – In the vicinity of 136 Central Avenue, Officer Dan Pitts arrested East Orange resident Alfred Green, 39, and charged him with shoplifting at the Barnes and Noble Bookstore at 1184 Raritan Road.
TRENTON – Whether you’re at the beach, pool or lake this summer, the Department of Health and Senior Services is advising residents to take safety precautions to be sure their time spent near water is accident free.