ELIZABETH–An art show for girls in grades 4-8 will be held on Friday, May 6 at 7:30 p.m. at Benedictine Academy in Elizabeth. Students from local schools have been invited to participate.
RAHWAY — Rahway Middle School recently held its first Family Literacy Night. This year’s theme, “A Truly Twisted Knight,” engaged students in the creation of their own version of classic fairytales.
LINDEN — The Department of Public Property and Community Services is seeking volunteers to assist with the Nutrition Program, Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m.
NEWARK — Walter Vittitoe of Laurence Harbor, a 2009 graduate of Middlesex County College, was named Senior of the Year by the Newark College of Engineering, which is a division of NJIT. He was also named Outstanding Senior in his major, Mechanical Engineering Technology.
Most of us would not immediately know what to do if we suspected a child was being abused or neglected. The state of uncertainty and concern can be overwhelming.
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RED BANK – The Bayshore Tea Party group filed a civil action in the state’s Superior Court to challenge the validity of the recently-approved New Jersey Legislative District Map.
NEW BRUNSWICK — Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced that a city police officer was indicted today by a grand jury in Middlesex County on charges of stealing about $850 in health insurance benefits and, in a separate case, illegally voting in New Brunswick while living in other communities.
PERTH AMBOY — While City Hall is seeking a $330 property tax hike for the average homeowner, Eric Rodgers and Milady Tejeda are boasting that the proposed school budget they helped introduce includes no increase in the local levy for the schools as part of their campaign for re-election.