STATE – Legislation to allow commercial advertising and sponsorship on the state’s toll plazas to help ease the burden on taxpayers is advancing toward law.
CLARK — Mother Seton Regional High School in Clark held commencement exercise on May 27. Sister Regina Martin, Principal, awarded diplomas to the graduates.
LAWRENCEVILLE— New Jersey is headed towards the peak activity period for bed bugs as the summer months approach. A local pest control company, Cooper Pest Solutions, is offering tips to help the public stay bed bug free as infestations are expected to spike this travel season.
MADISON, Wis. – Much to their painful surprise, people learn every year that it is possible to burn the cornea of their eyes from too much ultraviolet light.
CLARK – Fifth grade students in Patricia Stryker’s math class at St. John the Apostle School in Clark participated in the St. Jude Math-A-Thon. The students raised $1,450 for the St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.
EDISON — The Kindergarten students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison received their diplomas on the afternoon of Tuesday, June 8, during a special graduation ceremony.
WALDORF, Md., – The Newark Bears defeated the Southern Maryland 6-3 in twelve innings on Tuesday night at Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf, Maryland.
HAMDEN, Conn. — Christopher S. Drastura of Linden, was awarded a bachelor of science in veterinary technology from Quinnipiac University during its undergraduate commencement ceremony on May 16.
LAKEWOOD – The Greensboro Grasshoppers scored three runs in the top of the 10th, aided by a close call at third and a two-run Jiwan James error, to beat the BlueClaws 6-3 Tuesday night at FirstEnergy Park.
CLARK—Clark resident Sheree Pask, the featured speaker at the Relay for Life in Bridgwater, shared her ironic story.
NEW BRUNSWICK — Telephone service into the Middlesex County Administration Building and some outlying buildings is currently down due to a Verizon Central Office problem.
UNION COUNTY – Democrats and Republicans will head to the polls on Tuesday to choose their party’s candidates for November’s general election.
STATE — New Jersey voters are barely aware that they have chance to vote the bums out—or in again, as they wish—on a balmy Tuesday in June, according to the most recent poll by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind™.