ELIZABETH – Millie Aurigemma of Hazlet, director of accounting at Community Access Unlimited (CAU), has been named a finalist in the 2011 NJBIZ CFO of the year awards program in the large nonprofit category.
Last week the NJSIAA announced that all sectional football state championship games will be played at a neutral site, a practice that already was standard for North and Central section finals, and that also is standard throughout the NCAA.
September 11, 2011 marks the 10th Anniversary of the horrific tragedy of the terrorist strike on the World Trade Center in New York City. It was a sad day for all and people have come to mark that day with moments of silence and prayers.
STATE – The New Jersey Education Association has joined with other unions representing the state’s public employees to file a federal lawsuit against the pension and benefit overhaul plan Gov. Chris Christie signed into law in June.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – AT&T Inc.’s proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA Inc. hit a roadblock today when the U.S. Department of Justice filed a civil antitrust lawsuit to stop it.
CRANFORD – Union County College will delay the start of the fall term until Tuesday, Sept. 6. The move was made out of respect for the residents of Cranford, Rahway, and other Union County municipalities still recovering from the effects of Hurricane Irene, college officials said.
STATE – Utilities are still working to restore service to the thousands of New Jersey residents who remain without power after Hurricane Irene.
NEWARK — NJ Transit has restored rail service on the Northeast Corridor line from the Trenton Transit Center to New York Penn Station. Customers are advised to expect 30-45 minute delays due to ongoing signal problems caused by the flood in Trenton.
Union County College students Sean Williams, Eddie Jersey Karmin, and Kevan Pidgeon-Hammock with appreciative Cranford residents.