LINDEN—On Jan. 15, Linden Mayor Gerbounka participated in a ribbon cutting at the recently opened Prudential NJ Properties Alliance, located at 867 N. Stiles Street.
Most people do not read history books on economics, yet this has a great effect on life in general.
RAHWAY—Fourth grade student Natalia Pavon in Raquel Cardet’s class at Franklin School recently broke a school record for earning the most Accelerated Reader points.
A former Rahway city business administrator, was honored for a career in public service of almost four decades at a Jan. 22 gala cocktail party and dinner held at Mayfair Farms in West Orange. The Montclair Times reported that nearly 500…
ELIZABETH –An off-duty Newark police officer who was injured during a shootout involving car theft suspects Wednesday was apparently the victim of friendly fire, authorities said yesterday.
NEWARK—This Valentine’s Day, at a hospital known for its outstanding repair of broken hearts, seven couples celebrate a visit by cupid that took place during their dedicated days of patient care.
LINDEN—As part of Catholic School Week activities, the students of Sts. Mary’s and Elizabeth Academy in Linden created Valentine cards for the men and women residing at the Menlo Park Veteran’s Home.
SOUTH AMBOY-Remember having off from school on both Lincoln’s Birthday (Feb. 12) and Washington’s Birthday (Feb. 22.)? In February 1942, School No. 1 held exercises to mark famous birthdays.
SAYREVILLE—Felicia Acheampong of Sayreville, a senior at Sayreville High School, has received a scholarship to attend Berkeley College.
LINDEN—Linden High School students were learning about President Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s New Deal programs during the Great Depression.
ELIZABETH – Dollar General recently opened a new store at 190 Elmora Avenue in Elizabeth and will host a grand opening celebration on Saturday, Feb. 13 at 8 a.m.
Cigarettes are the means of distribution and consumption of an addictive drug called nicotine and they kill 400,000 people a year. I gained 50 pounds when I stopped smoking, so I can attest that it is hard to give ’em up. If you don’t smoke, then try to understand that kicking the habit is such a heavy load that some of our smartest and strongest neighbors just cannot do it.
TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie said that New Jersey is in a “state of financial crisis” and outlined cuts to address a $2.2 billion gap in this year’s budget before a joint session of the Legislature this morning.