EDISON — Seventh grade students in Corinna Crafton’s English class at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School applied their knowledge of poetry terms and analysis on February 1 to craft poems.
Ronald Reagan led the charmed life of a handsome, personable, small town boy who progressed from being a sports announcer to a movie star to the leader of a visible labor union to a citizen politician in the most populous state in the Union and finally President of the United States.
HAMILTON – AAA, the leading provider of roadside assistance, responded to nearly 54,000 calls in January 2011 throughout New Jersey, a 21 percent increase compared to January 2010.
CARTERET – Mayor Dan Reiman has launched a new initiative against unauthorized apartments and other illegal housing.
CLARK – Police arrested a Rahway man who is accused of robbing a Raritan Road pharmacy with a box cutter last night.
NEWARK — Due to more inclement weather predicted for this weekend, the Newark Public Library has postponed its Saturday, Feb. 5 Black History month program featuring Dr. Antoinette Ellis-Williams of New Jersey City University.
NEWARK – The owner of numerous vacation travel club companies with a long history of consumer complaints in New Jersey, is barred from doing business in the state for no less than five years and cannot open or operate any such business in the future without state approval, under terms of a settlement with the Office of the Attorney General and State Division of Consumer Affairs that was announced yesterday.
CLARK — The Board of Trustees of the Clark Public Library have changed the date of their February board meeting from Feb. 1 to Feb. 8 at 7:30 p.m.
HILLSIDE – A 76-year-old Hillside woman has filed a claim for damages against Union County, alleging that officers of the county sheriff’s department illegally entered her home and removed the entire contents because they had the wrong address of a foreclosure.