ELIZABETH – The Elizabeth Packers Pee Wee football team was one of eight winners chosen by a panel of judges in the Toyota Tiny Football League contest.
SOUTH AMBOY – A Superior Court judge upheld the election of Fred Henry as the mayor of South Amboy.
ELIZABETH – Seven-year-old Aliyah Bashir already has an impressive sports resume. She has won MVP awards in football, basketball and baseball, and the football team she played for was one of nine winners in this year’s nationwide Toyota Tiny Football League contest.
MOUNTAINSIDE — The Internal Revenue Service has free tax forms and publications on a wide variety of topics available through various options.
STATE — State offices are opening two hours late and NJ Transit is reporting some delays, but last night’s snow storm did not have the disruptive effect of the post-Christmas blizzard.
TRENTON – In his first State of the State address, Gov. Chris Christie challenged lawmakers to tackle three big issues that are vital for New Jersey’s future.
ELIZABETH – An Elizabeth company has recalled over 200,000 pounds of ground beef products that were distributed to institutions in California and Oregon because they may have become spoiled.
STATE – Most New Jersey residents can expect at least six inches of snow from the latest winter storm to hit our area, according to projections by the National Weather Service. The state’s eastern counties are likely to see the most snowfall, with some areas receiving up to 10 inches or more.
WOODBRIDGE – Township businesses are being challenged to donate 214 pounds of food or $214 to help Woodbridge food pantries as part of the “Have A Heart” Food Drive, which ends on 2/14 – Valentine’s Day.