PLAINFIELD – For almost 10 years, United Way of Greater Union County (UWGUC) in partnership with the Union County Office of Cultural & Heritage Affairs has conducted an arts program for Union County child care centers called Learning MI Way.
SAN DIEGO, Calif. — Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Raymond Torres, son of Lillian I. and Ramon L. Torres of Carteret, and fellow crew members aboard the amphibious transport dock USS New Orleans, home ported in San Diego, Calif recently departed Naval Base Point Loma after completing a six-day deperming evolution in preparation for the ship’s scheduled deployment.
TEANECK — The Hispanic Business Council Scholarship Foundation of NJ, Inc. of Teaneck awarded $40,000 in scholarships and book stipends to 19 current college and college-bound Hispanic students at the organization’s 20th annual scholarship gala, “Developing Future Leaders”.
The U.S. Department of Defense must restructure to accommodate deep budget cuts and, more importantly, be ready for the challenges of 21st-century warfare. Those challenges will include unconventional operations and wars fought in vastly expanded battle spaces. Reforms are needed in three areas.
Massive service cuts, serious fare increases, and dangerous traveling conditions for New Jersey transit riders would result from the multi-year transportation re-authorization bill proposed by Republicans in Congress. Democrat James Devine, of Rahway, on Tuesday joined bus drivers, passengers and other activists…
ELIZABETH — The Union County Homicide Task Force is investigating the shooting death of an Elizabeth resident, said Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow.
ELIZABETH — A Plainfield man was convicted yesterday afternoon of second-degree robbery, following a two-week trial in Superior Court, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow announced today.
ELIZABETH – An Elizabeth man was arrested last week for allegedly making false claims that his former home in Linden was damaged during flooding last year, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow announced today.
HAMILTON – One in four American drivers would be unable to pay for a car repair of $2,000 if faced with one today, according to the results of a survey released by AAA. The survey also found one in eight wouldn’t be able to pay for a repair bill of $1,000.