UNION—Francis Kendall of Clark, a mathematics major at Kean University, will present his research, SPF-Net: A Scalable Protocol for Flexible Sensor Networks, at the 33rd IEEE Sarnoff Symposium in Princeton from April 12 – 14.
UNION – Sophomore Nick Angrisani (Belle Mead) scored a game-high four goals to lead the Kean University men’s lacrosse team to a 20-3 win over visiting Centenary College on Wednesday evening.
ELIZABETH—In my March 3 column with memories from William Frolich, I announced it would be my last column with Union County material unless I heard from readers.
UNION– Ramapo College scored seven straight goals in the second half to erase a 9-6 halftime deficit and defeat Kean University, 13-11, Wednesday afternoon in both Skyline and NJAC action for both.
CLARK—Investors Savings Bank is honoring the volunteer firefighters in the Clark Fire Department by placing a circa 1938 photograph of the fire company’s members on the community wall of the new Investors’ branch at 77 Central Avenue.
Pointing out that New Jersey’s budget is “in shambles,” Governor Chris Christie made national news last month pushing for $2 billion in spending cuts just for the remaining four-and-a-half months of fiscal year 2010.
If anyone thought the inauguration of Barack Obama as president, heralded the end of racism in America, they should look no further than the tea party rallies held this weekend.
FREEHOLD – New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Acting Chief Administrator Raymond P. Martinez and Attorney General Paula T. Dow today announced the specifics of Kyleigh’s Law, a first in the nation initiative designed to help prevent senseless teen driver deaths and injuries, which begins May 1.
FRANKLIN LAKES – Former New York Mets and New York Yankees pitcher Dwight Gooden was charged with DWI yesterday morning, following a two-car accident in Franklin Lakes.
TRENTON – In a letter distributed Tuesday, Governor Chris Christie called on local school districts and education associations to come to the table to work together in finding cost savings and new efficiencies, spending reductions, and budget solutions that protect education in the classroom and prevent property tax increases.
LINDEN – Authorities are warning Linden residents to be on the lookout for a man who has robbed three homes after confronting residents with a fake police-type badge.
NEWARK — NJ Transit will hold the first of 12 scheduled public hearings and information sessions beginning Thursday, March 25, to allow the public the opportunity to learn more about the proposed fare increases and service changes and offer comments before the plan is considered by the Board of Directors on April 14.
LINDEN – An Elizabeth man who was a defendant in a court case was arrested for bringing marijuana to Linden Municipal Court on Monday, police said.