NEW BRUNSWICK — The New Brunswick City Council unanimously adopted a resolution Wednesday night launching a city-wide Call to Service to increase citizen leadership in municipal government.
WOODLAND PARK – Authorities have charged an 18-year-old Elizabeth man with attempted murder after a weekend shooting.
RAHWAY – The Rahway Police Department plans to eliminate ten school crossing guard posts due to budget constraints.
TRENTON—Teacher salary settlement rates are continuing their downward trend, with the 83 contracts negotiated since January providing average raises of 1.91 percent for 2010-2011, the New Jersey School Boards Association reported this week.
TRENTON – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) Commissioner James Simpson announced that construction projects on roads and bridges will be suspended to help promote safe travel over the Labor Day weekend.
SAYREVILLE – A prominent Democrat warned that Gov. Chris Christie’s 2 percent cap on local property tax increases could wind up hurting New Jersey taxpayers.
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WOODBRIDGE — The Woodbridge Interfaith Clergy Council will hold a memorial service to commemorate the 9th Anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks on the World Trade Center, Pentagon, and the heroic actions of the citizens aboard United Airlines Flight 93.
NEWARK – The Newark Bears are proud to be hosting First Responders Night at Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium on Saturday, Sept. 11.
Street Festival • Sept. 4 from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. – Linden’s September to Remember Street Festival and Classic Car Show will offer live entertainment, vendors, food, games and more.
LINDEN — The Senior Citizen Mixed Bowling League, sponsored by Linden’s Department of Public Property and Community Services, will begin their 2010-2011 bowling season on Thursday, Sept. 9, at 9:30 a.m. at the Linden Lanes on Stiles Street.
CLARK – Clark resident can now keep up with what’s happening at the Clark Public Library on Facebook and Twitter.
CRANFORD – Take advantage of the post-Labor Day hiring tradition, which still promises to be fruitful despite a weakened economy. Traditionally, after people take summer vacations, they often move on to new employment, often leaving an opening for new hires.