CARTERET — The borough has received and awarded bids for the construction, operation, and maintenance of a new cell phone tower in Carteret, Mayor Daniel Reiman and the Carteret Borough Council have announced.
STATE — A 13 percent decrease in backlogged criminal cases during the past court year is only part of the good news to be found in the Judiciary’s annual statistical report, Judge Glenn A. Grant, acting administrative director of the courts, announced Tuesday.
July 19 at 9:24 a.m. – Officer Scott Durkin investigated a burglary reported at Woodbridge Road. The case remains open.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK — A South Brunswick High School English teacher has been placed on probation for three years and was fined $1,000 for taking credit cards from two co-workers and running up a bill of more than $600, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced Tuesday.
HOBART, N.Y. – From the White House to your neighbor’s backyard, it seems like everyone is planting a traditional kitchen garden these days.
LIVINGSTON – Saint Barnabas Medical Center has released a calendar of community programs, support groups and education classes for August.
LINDEN — Recently Linden Mayor Richard Gerbounka (left) welcomed Basia Jamroz to Linden’s shopping district at the Grand Opening of Basia’s Pastry Shop, 217 N. Wood Avenue.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — Middlesex County youngsters who spent time in the Family Court Children’s Waiting Room this summer also have enjoyed a special experience – an introduction to the world of Urban Birds.
RAHWAY – Residents suffering from a stroke or other neurological emergencies now have 24/7 access to board-certified, fellowship trained neurologists thanks to a partnership between Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway and the telemedicine company Specialists on Call (SOC).
RAHWAY – The Rahway Library Board of Trustees are reducing the library’s hours of service to allow better use of a smaller staff.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK — A new season of Master Gardener Environmental & Community Stewardship classes will be starting soon at the Middlesex County EARTH Center. Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Middlesex County will offer both daytime and evening programs.
UNION–The Union Public Library will present a program on Lyme disease, including a film screening of Under Our Skin: There’s No Medicine For Someone Like You on Thursday, July 29.
Golf is a strange game, particularly, to those who don’t understand it. One must ask why so many people want so desperately to play the game as often as possible.