EDISON – The township has installed red light cameras at three intersections as part of a public safety program, Mayor Antonia Ricigliano announced.
Three Elizabeth school board members are seeking re-election boasting a proposed school budget that does not require any increase in local property taxes but two Linden politicians are hoping to be returned by voters to the Board of Education despite a hefty property tax increase.
CLARK — Mrs. LaManna’s class at the Clark Preschool celebrated Earth Day by walking to school with their teachers, signing an Earth Day pledge and eating apples donated by Schieferstein’s.
RAHWAY – Future stars shone brightly at the annual talent show presented by the Rahway Recreation Department on Friday, April 15, at the Union County Performing Arts Center.
RAHWAY — Students at Roosevelt School in Rahway celebrated Earth Day by planting a tree on the front lawn of their school. The tree was donated by the Union County Freeholders.
ELIZABETH – The collective accomplishments of a community recently were celebrated at the 27th Annual Awards Night Celebration of Community Access Unlimited (CAU), held April 13 at L’Affaire in Mountainside. CAU supports people with disabilities and at-risk youth.
TRENTON — The New Jersey Department of Transportation will start a maintenance and resurfacing project that will improve a total of 15 miles of roadway along Routes 12, 27, 28, 22 and 206 in Hunterdon, Middlesex and Somerset counties next week.
EDISON — The Wardlaw Hartridge School recycles printer cartridges all year round. Kelly Cannizzo’s second grade class sent boxes of both laser cartridges and ink jet cartridges to the Funding Factory this week.
WESTFIELD – Union County College will begin offering classes to job seekers at the Westfield Memorial Library to improve their computer and job search skills.