STATE – New Jersey residents who were affected by Hurricane Irene should not forego registering for disaster assistance just because they think doing so will keep the assistance from reaching less-fortunate neighbors. Federal and state officials are assuring Garden State residents that there is enough disaster assistance available for everyone who qualifies.
JERSEY CITY– Senior striker Julia Caseres (Union) scored two goals and added an assist to move into second place in New Jersey collegiate soccer history in scoring as New Jersey City University won a 5-2 triumph over the College of Staten Island on Tuesday.
As the summer garden season nears an end, don’t let your guard down. Keeping up with a few basic chores can improve your landscape’s beauty and reduce your workload next season.
RAHWAY — In October, the Rahway Public Library, in collaboration with Middlesex County College, will offer a workshop series on preparing for job interviews.
President Obama is proposing important steps toward doing what Americans have been asking for since the financial collapse of 2008—putting a focus on families and jobs.
PERTH AMBOY – Find out what’s lurking in the shadows at the Proprietary House Museum later this month during a special program that’s likely to appeal to those who enjoy tales of paranormal encounters.
Sept. 5 at 2:23 a.m. – Officers Michael Mezey and Missael Curbelo investigated a theft at St. Georges Avenue and made an arrest.
EDISON – According to new data released today by the U.S. Census Bureau, New Jersey’s poverty rate reached 10 percent in 2009-10, the highest it has been since 1993-94.
CAMDEN – A Union Township resident who was a former Essex County Deputy Sheriff admitted to laundering money he believed was the proceeds of drug trafficking, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.