TRENTON – The Department of Transportation announced Monday that New Jersey state government will be accepting claims for reimbursement of reasonable towing costs from motorists whose automobiles – due to circumstances beyond their control – were stranded on state highways and towed during the recent winter blizzard.
Dec. 22 at 7:03 a.m. – Officer John Ehling investigated a report of a theft of items from a motor vehicle that was parked at a Lexington Blvd residence.
SUMMIT– Congressman Leonard Lance (NJ-07), Summit Mayor Jordan Glatt and local fire officials announced Monday that the Summit Fire Department received a $31,802 federal security grant.
RAHWAY – Cardiac patients and their families will appreciate the newly renovated 3C Telemetry Unit at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) last week released guidance recommending that schools take steps to reduce potential exposures to PCBs from older fluorescent lighting fixtures.
WESTFIELD – Republican Assemblyman Jon Bramnick is calling on New Jersey consumers to share their airline horror stories. Bramnick, a member of the Consumer Affairs Committee, is compiling a list of complaints in order to help change the system.
CLARK – Councilman Frank Mazzarella was elected president of Clark’s Township Council and Councilwoman Sheila Whiting was elected vice president during Saturday’s annual New Year’s Day reorganization meeting.
NEW BRUNSWICK — The Honorable Travis L. Francis (far right), Assignment Judge of the New Jersey Superior Court Middlesex Vicinage, administers the oath of the Office of Sheriff to Mildred S. Scott as her mother, Gertrude Lincoln, and husband, Richard D. Scott, hold the Bible.
EDISON — Middlesex County College will offer Instant Decision Day on Thursday, Jan. 6 at 6 p.m. The event will be held in the College Center on the Edison campus.