TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie announced today that New Jersey’s public television network, NJN, would be turned over to a new subsidiary of WNET effective July 1.
LINDEN — Councilwoman Michelle Yamakaitis is disputing assertions that her husband doubled his City Hall income with overtime.
TRENTON – The Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee will conduct a roundtable discussion today with invited stakeholders on the impact of the Governor’s proposed Medicaid Comprehensive Waiver, which will dramatically change eligibility criteria for New Jersey’s health care safety net programs, Medicaid and NJ FamilyCare.
CLARK — Michael Mancino, a mathematics teacher at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark and a member school’s football program coaching staff since 1994, was appointed to replace Nick Gregorio as head football coach at a Board of Education meeting on June 2.
CLARK — The American Cancer Society is extending an invitation to residents of Union County and surrounding communities to join them for a twelve-hour, overnight “Birthday Party” to celebrate cancer survivorship and hope at the fourth annual Relay For Life of Clark.
RAHWAY — Mayor Rick Proctor, the Rahway City Council and the Department of Parks and Recreation have announced a lineup of six concerts that begin on June 23 and continue every other Thursday evening, until Sept. 1 (weather permitting).
UNION COUNTY – Union County MusicFest, a three-day event last September headlined by the band Train, is reportedly the subject of investigation by the county prosecutor’s office.
TRENTON – A picture may be worth a thousand words, but how many pictures would it take to capture the amazing diversity and beauty of 650,000 acres of open space and parks protected in New Jersey over the past 50 years with the help of the state’s Green Acres Program?
CRANFORD—How much fun could you have with a group of balladeers and pub singers during the 18th century?