MARTINSVILLE—Pingry students from the Classes of 2010, 2011, and 2012 have earned 177 AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP Exams in the spring of 2010.
EDISON — Edison Firefighter Dan Wood shows the children in the Middlesex County College Child Care Center the helmet and mask he uses when fighting fires.
Disasters from climate change are becoming more frequent and more severe – consider this year alone, with the devastating flooding in Pakistan, the Russian heat wave, an incredible ice chunk calving off of Greenland – and New York’s hottest summer on record.
I encourage you to vote for real change. It has been 20 years of the same team and 40 years of the same party – 2010 is Rahway’s year for change.
TRENTON – State Sen. Paul Sarlo today called upon Cablevision and News Corp – owners of the WNYW, WWOR and WTXF television stations in the New York and Philadelphia markets – to submit to binding arbitration to resolve their escalating transmission contract dispute and ensure that viewers are not held hostage.
WOODBRIDGE – One lucky New Jersey Lottery player has won the Mega Millions second prize of $250,000 for the Tuesday, October 12 drawing.
SOUTH AMBOY — J.G. Petrucci Co., Inc. has completed the construction of a new 35,000 square foot community center for the City of South Amboy.
SOUTH AMBOY — The long awaited approval for construction of the road that will allow commuters to access the soon to be constructed Ferry Terminal in South Amboy has been approved by the Federal Highway Administration.
SOUTH AMBOY – The governing body is wrestling with a series of complexities in order to avert a property tax increase as homeowners struggle in these tough economic times.
WOODBRIDGE – The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) announced upcoming weekend closures on Route 9 and Main Street (CR 514) in Woodbridge Township.
SOUTH AMBOY — Ten years ago, the local newspaper that had served South Amboy and Sayreville since 1882 was combined with the Perth Amboy Gazette and the Atom Tabloid, but local readers have been seeking a return to the homespun news and information style of yore.
STATE — Federal investigators have issued a subpoena to the New Jersey Sports and Exposition Authority (NJSEA) seeking records dating back to 2002 concerning political endorsements by local, county and state officials supporting the stalled Xanadu project.
New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie proposed cutting the state’s top income rate by one third as he forces municipalities and schools to come up with larger contributions for public employee pensions and slashes state aid to those same jurisdiction, both prescriptions for higher property taxes.