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.
A reader sent in these photos of a Milltown family’s cleanup after flooding caused by Hurricane Irene.
SAYREVILLE – Assemblyman John Wisniewski and U.S. Rep. Frank Pallone toured the Weber Avenue area and the Old Bridge section of the borough yesterday to view damage caused by flooding from the South River.
Joanne Devine sent in this photo of a rainbow in the sky on Sunday afternoon after Hurricane Irene left the area.
TRENTON – Many State Parks across New Jersey reopened Tuesday following a thorough and continuing review and inspection of dozens of State-owned natural, recreational and historic sites from High Point to Cape May in the aftermath of damage caused by Hurricane Irene.
UTICA, N.Y. –Three out of five likely voters disapprove of President Barack Obama’s job performance and more than half say it is “time for someone new” (55%) in the White House, according to a new IBOPE Zogby interactive poll.