ELIZABETH – On Tuesday, April 19, Groundwork Elizabeth will be hosting an information session at 6 p.m. about jobs in green-related field at Union County College’s Elizabeth campus.
TRENTON – The Department of Environmental Protection, in partnership with the New Jersey Clean Communities Council, is seeking organizations and individuals to help keep New Jersey’s beaches clean through the Adopt a Beach Program.
STATE — Injuries and unexpected accidents can happen at home, at work or at play, but New Jersey Health and Senior Services Acting Commissioner Mary O’Dowd says that making one positive change a day can lead to a safer life.
March 28 at 11:21 a.m. — In the vicinity of Featherbed Lane, Det. Alex Yanes arrested Linden resident Ryan Gallagher, 18, and charged him with false imprisonment and simple assault.
TRENTON –Commissioner James Simpson kicked off New Jersey Department of Transportation’s participation in National Work Zone Awareness Week Tuesday, urging motorists to contribute to a safe highway construction season by taking it slow through work zones.
SCOTCH PLAINS – The Union Catholic High School Performing Arts Company will be performing their spring musical “The Drowsy Chaperone” under the direction of Maryann Carolan.
SOUTH AMBOY –Officials are searching for South Amboy’s oldest living veteran to participate in the city’s annual Memorial Day festivities. Call Karen at 1-732-525-5961 for more information.
ELIZABETH –Business owners are invited to learn how to “Grow Your Business with Basic Marketing Principles/Social Media Strategies” at a workshop offered at Union County College on Thursday, April 21, from 8:30 to 9:30 a.m., in the college’s Kellogg Building in Elizabeth.
Evidence is rapidly building that hydraulic fracturing, or fracking – a controversial natural gas drilling technique – is far more dangerous to the environment than the natural gas industry or federal regulators want you to know.