PERTH AMBOY – The City Council is expected to approve an agreement that will refund Chevron $7.9 million in overpaid property taxes and avoid a trial that was scheduled before the New Jersey Tax Court in July.
TRENTON – Department of Environmental Protection employees are busy this spring stocking many of New Jersey’s lakes and ponds with thousands of unique species of fish. But it’s not with anglers in mind. It’s all about the impending annual battle with the State’s pesky crop of mosquitoes.
STATE — In support of National Food Allergy Awareness Week, May 8-14, New Jersey’s Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) is highlighting greater understanding of food allergies and their prevention.
SOUTH AMBOY — South Amboy Police Chief Darren LaVigne is pictured with the family of the late Det. Sgt. Raymond Durski, who passed away May 2010, after the “Placing of the Memorial Wreath” at the South Amboy P.B.A. #63 annual Police Memorial held on May 9 in front of City Hall.
May 2 at 5:21 p.m. – Officer Umberto Scaturro investigated a theft at New Brunswick Avenue.
MILLBURN—Several local high schools have been nominated for Paper Mill Playhouse Rising Star Awards.
May 2 at 1:12 p.m. – At the Hudson County Jail, Officer Glenn Griffin arrested Jersey City resident Robert Miles, 51, on an outstanding warrant for contempt of court. He was subsequently transported to the Union County Jail
TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie appointed Donald E. Goncalves, the assistant secretary of the Elizabeth Board of Education, to the newly-created Education Transformation Task Force.
SAYREVILLE – Relying on good old-fashioned peer-to-peer communication, high school students from throughout Middlesex County produced 30-second public service announcements to warn their friends and classmates about the dangers of driving while impaired or distracted.