Rahway’s Hamilton Stage Opens This Weekend

Saje’da Cupido (Photo courtesy of Hamilton Stage)

RAHWAY — Sharing the stage with some of the region’s top performers for the Saturday, Sept. 22, opening of Rahway’s Hamilton Stage will be 12-year-old Saje’da Cupido, who competed among contestants of all ages for the privilege of being the very first to sing at the new theater’s official opening. She will perform the National Anthem.

Lesniak Urges Governor To Take Action To Mitigate Foreclosure Crisis

TRENTON – Following news reports that New Jersey rose past Nevada in the second quarter of this year in the number of mortgage defaults, Senate Economic Growth Committee Chairman Raymond J. Lesniak today said that Gov. Christie and his administration have not done enough for people already in foreclosure or facing down foreclosure.

PHOTO: Rolling Thunder Ride for Freedom XVII

ROSELLE — Union County Freeholder Chairman Alexander Mirabella (2nd R) and Freeholder Vice Chairman Linda Carter congratulate Union County Police Captain John White (3rd R) on being honored by Kenneth Hamilton (3rd L) and Lou Amoriello (R) of Rolling Thunder New Jersey Chapter 2 for his years of dedicated support of the POW-MIA mission.

State Officials Warn Against Eating Meat From Deer That Appear Sick

TRENTON – The Department of Environmental Protection’s Division of Fish and Wildlife is advising hunters and other outdoors enthusiasts to be alert for white-tailed deer that may be experiencing symptoms of Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease (EHD), a virus that spreads among deer though the bites of midge flies but cannot be transmitted to people.