ELIZABETH – Infineum USA L.P. recently presented United Way of Greater Union County with a check for $110,218 reflecting the total of its 2010 Annual Workplace Giving Campaign. The partnership between two organizations is now in its 12th year.
RAHWAY — Good character is essential for success in all aspects of life, from education to social relationships.
HARDWICK–YMCA Camp Mason is preparing for its 111th season of summer camp in northwest New Jersey. A non-profit residential summer camp open to families of all backgrounds, Camp Mason maintains the YMCA’s focus of Youth Development, Healthy Living, and Social Responsibility in a diverse and welcoming community.
CLARK — The annual Clark Benefit Ball was held on Saturday evening, Feb. 12.
Make no mistake about it — the peaceful Egyptian revolution was brought about by the workers and small business owners of that country protesting together. They want economic opportunity for all and a democratically elected government that puts its peoples’ interests above the interests of the financially powerful, well-connected oligarchy.
STATE – More than a third of New Jersey’s independent local authorities do not operate a website and just three percent post their financial reports online, according to a report released today by the Office of the State Comptroller
ELIZABETH — The chief of detectives at the Union County prosecutor’s office says Mafia members are “patriotic” citizens who “believe in the American way.”
Feb. 9 at 11:58 a.m. – Officer Kenneth Rengifo investigated a theft at East Lincoln Avenue.
TRENTON – New Jersey’s Minimum Wage Advisory Commission recommended maintaining New Jersey’s minimum wage at the federal rate of $7.25 per hour, state Labor Commissioner Harold J. Wirths announced Friday.