April 18 at 2:26 p.m. – Officer Thomas Sarnecki investigated a report of a burglary to a Lupine Way residence.
PARLIN — Two Westfield Community Players members, Steve Lemenille and Brian Remo, will star in Agatha Christie’s “And Then There Were None” produced by Main Street Theatre Company of Parlin. Lemenille will portray Justice Lawrence Wargrave; Remo will portray Phillip Lombard.
More than 7 million people in the US—roughly 12% of the reproductive-age population—struggle with infertility, the inability to conceive after six months to a year of unprotected sex.
CRANFORD—Enjoy the jazz stylings of Les Jumelles on Wednesday, April 27, at 7 p.m. in the Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue, courtesy of the Friends of the Cranford Library.
The U.S. government has a history of commandeering military technology for use against Americans. We saw this happen with tear gas, tasers and sound cannons, all of which were first used on the battlefield before being deployed against civilians at home.
The Perth Amboy Board of Education voted to adopt the district budget 2011-2012 which will be submitted to the citizens of Perth Amboy on April 27th for approval. The Board was able to present a budget to the citizens of Perth Amboy with no tax increase and no layoffs within the district.
TRENTON – ATrenton man pleaded guilty to leading a network that trafficked guns to Trenton from the Eastern Shore of Virginia, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced Monday. The defendant was linked to guns recovered in connection with several homicide investigations and a narcotics investigation.
CRANFORD – Last week, New Jersey State Police detectives arrested Arthur Ernst III, a 24-year-old music teacher at Ocean Township High School in Oakhurst as the result of a child pornography investigation.
CLARK – Clark Public Schools’ proposed 2011-2012 budget will raise taxes by $33 for the average township homeowner, according to district officials. The proposed budget includes a total tax levy of $27,283,102, and is just $225,000 – less than one percent – higher than the current year’s spending plan.