WOODBRIDGE – Mayor John E. McCormac and the Woodbridge Township Office of Emergency Management have issued a storm alert advisory for Monday, March 22 through Tuesday, March 23.
March 15 at 12:39 a.m. – Officers Gary Roman and Douglas Botti investigated a burglary at St. Georges Avenue. The case remains open.
TRENTON – The Assembly is set to vote on two new public worker pension and health benefit bills today while considering final legislative approval for three others.
PERTH AMBOY – This afternoon, one of Perth Amboy Adult High School’s oldest graduates will finally receive her high school diploma.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — The Middlesex County Public Health Department’s Cancer Coalition and its Cancer Education and Early Detection Program are sponsoring a colorectal cancer awareness campaign.
TRENTON – Legislation to protect consumer debit card account numbers is advancing in New Jersey’s state Senate.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The National Peace Corps Association (NPCA), the nation’s leading nonprofit organization connecting, informing and engaging Returned Peace Corps Volunteers and the Peace Corps community, will lead a worldwide discussion on sustainable water resources on behalf of its online program, Africa Rural Connect (ARC).
TRENTON – Assemblywoman Linda Stender announced last week that she plans to introduce legislation requiring water companies too notify their customers in the event of a water advisory.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Kean University junior forward Jonathan Jones (Linden) has been named to the National Association of Basketball Coaches Atlantic Region first-team, as selected and voted on by member coaches of the NABC.
CARTERET—Mayor Dan Reiman and Carteret residents were recently joined by representatives from Kinder Morgan and the AFL-CIO for a ceremony to sign a 30-year redevelopment agreement, officially authorizing the company to reutilize 14 acres of “brownfields” in the borough’s Industrial Avenue light industrial district.
A college education remains a big-ticket item. In fact, the average annual tuition at a private four-year college is now $26,273, up 4.4 percent from last year, while annual tuition at public four-year colleges jumped 6.5 percent to $7,020.
NEW PROVIDENCE –Union County residents will be able to get rid of unwanted computers, televisions and other electronic equipment at a recycling event on Saturday, March 27 in New Providence.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK—Middlesex County is sponsoring free composting workshops. Middlesex County residents will learn how to reduce waste and improve their soil by composting their yard waste and kitchen scraps right in their own backyards.