EDISON — Julia Linger of Cranford as Juliet and Uditi Nichani of Scotch Plains as Lady Capulet were among the actors in the Wardlaw-Hartridge Middle School performance of Romeo and Juliet on the morning of April 21 in Corinna Crafton’s classroom.
A look at some interesting numbers comparing the United States to other nations around the world.
CARTERET – Middlesex County and Carteret officials put the first shovels in the ground today for a project to reconstruct the County’s 83-acre Joseph Medwick Park in Carteret.
TRENTON – Attorney General Paula T. Dow, joined by members of the New Jersey traffic safety, law enforcement and substance abuse prevention communities, today honored those individuals who have lost their lives as a result of an impaired driver.
Users of the PlayStation Network, an online game and music service utilized by approximately 77 million owners worldwide of the PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Portable video game devices, may be at risk for identity theft.
LINDEN – An alert city man helped police apprehend a suspect in an Easter Sunday liquor store robbery, authorities said.
FORT BRAGG, N.C. – A Fort Bragg paratrooper assigned to the 2nd Brigade Combat Team of the 82nd Airborne Division was found dead at his home last week. Investigators were still awaiting autopsy results, but believe that he died of a natural cause.
EDISON – Singer Phoebe Snow, best known for her 1975 hit “Poetry Man” died Tuesday at a hospital in Edison.
STATE — On Saturday, April 30, the Clark Police Department will join 380 law enforcement agencies across the state in support of Operation Take Back New Jersey, a joint program in cooperation with the federal Drug Enforcement Administration and the New Jersey state attorney general.