LINDEN- The fifth class of the Linden Athletic Hall of Fame will be enshrined at an induction dinner at Amici III Ristorante, 1700 W. Elizabeth Avenue, Linden, at 2 p.m. on Sunday, June 26, according to Hall of Fame Chairman Gary Luciano.
ELIZABETH — Benedictine Academy, an all-female Catholic college prep high school in Elizabeth, received two awards in the category of “Peace & Justice” during the “NJ Youth Service Awards” Ceremony held at the Newark Museum on Saturday, May 21.
EDISON — Students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison show their patriotic side by waving flags while performing at the Lower School Spring Concert.
TRENTON – The New Jersey Supreme Court has ruled that Gov. Chris Christie’s administration must find more money for schools in the state’s poorest districts. The decision will cost approximately $500 million, according to an estimate based on Office of Legislative Services figures.
ELIZABETH — The teen charged in the Dec. 26, 2008 shooting death of Jean D’Haiti outside of Skate 22 in Union Township pleaded guilty in Superior Court Monday, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow announced.
TRENTON – Legislation to ask voters in November to increase the veterans’ property tax deduction from the current $250 to $500 by 2016 was released Monday by an Assembly panel.
May 16 at 8:56 a.m. – Officer Scott Rayack investigated a report of a stolen motor vehicle at City Hall Plaza.
May 17 at 1:29 a.m. – In the vicinity of Brant Avenue, Officer Joseph Teston arrested South Amboy resident Vitaliy Tkachuk, 19, and Scotch Plains resident Shane Sheppard, 20, and charged them with possession of CDS in a motor vehicle and possession of narcotics paraphernalia.
NORTH PLAINFIELD—New Jersey residents could see their out-of-pocket expenses double under a Republican budget proposal that would end Medicare as we know it and turn it into a voucher program, according to an analysis by the U.S. Congress Joint Economic Committee.