TRENTON – There are less than three months left for anyone interested in taking the GED exam to receive free online study aid to help them prepare at their local library.
Information provided by the Clark Police Department. Incidents from Oct. 2-10, 2012
WAYNE – Families who have faced the challenges of autism underscored their strong support for U.S. Senator Bob Menendez on Monday, citing his steadfast advocacy to raise awareness and fund treatment for autism spectrum disorders. Menendez joined the families at the home of Cecilia Feeley, mother of a 13-year-old autistic child.
TRENTON –– Though the prom season is months away, the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control is already asking high school seniors throughout the state to give some serious thought to the dangers they face on that exciting night and how those dangers can be avoided.
LINDEN — The Union County Prosecutor’s Office Shooting Response Team is in the early stages of an investigation involving an officer’s weapon being discharged during the course of an arrest in Linden on Tuesday, Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow said.