LINDEN—Wanda Marsach of Linden (center), the latest recipient of a One Gift award through the Trinitas Health Foundation, was the center of attention as, from left, Lisa Liss, Director of Volunteer Services, Griselda Hidalgo, Clinical Social Worker, Rick Emery, Executive Director of the Trinitas Comprehensive Cancer Center, Trinitas Volunteer Grant Hobson, Cheryl Wachtel, registered dietician, and Nadine Brechner, Executive Director of the Trinitas Health Foundation, gathered to celebrate with her recently.
LINDEN — The city law director told the mayor that he does not have to follow the chief executive’s instructions when it comes to accounting for his time and that of two other part time lawyers employed by the city.
NEW BRUNSWICK — An Edison man accused of abandoning his 20-month-old daughter at a Delaware gas station has pleaded not guilty to killing the girl’s mother.
NEWARK – Four men who allegedly used fraud, deceit, and computer hacking to make more than $25 million by acquiring and reselling more than 1.5 million of the most coveted tickets to concerts, sporting events, and live entertainment throughout the United States surrendered to federal authorities this morning after being charged in an indictment, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
EDISON—A newborn baby boy was found abandoned on the hood of a car parked outside a senior care center on Saturday, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Edison Police Chief Thomas Bryan announced.
PISCATAWAY — Police have identified the woman who was found dead Sunday morning outside a commercial air conditioning, heating and ventilation company in Piscataway.
COLONIA—Colonia High School will present “Seussical The Musical” on March 25-27 at 7 p.m. There will also be a 2 p.m. matinee on March 28 and a 4 p.m. senior citizens’ free matinee on March 23 at 4 p.m.
Prescription drugs and over-the-counter medicines, when stored or disposed of carelessly are a danger to everyone in your home, especially curious teens and small children.
LINDEN — James D. Moore, a former councilman and school board member who headed the 10th Ward Democratic Club for many years, says he is considering a return to politics as his March 1 retirement as a state Parole Board hearing officer nears.
TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Patrick J. Diegnan Jr. to prohibit public transportation operators from using a wireless telephone or electronic communication device while their vehicles are moving was approved 75-0 Thursday by the Assembly.
TRENTON – Legislation to ensure teachers and school administrators do not abuse school district paid-for tuition assistance programs by attaining bogus degrees was approved 75-0 Thursday by the Assembly.
TRENTON – The state Assembly unanimously approved a resolution to emphasize the need to address the Bayonne Bridge’s low clearance and keep New Jersey’s port economy vibrant on Thursday.
CARTERET—Mayor Dan Reiman and the Economic Development Office have announced that Graybar Electric Co., a Fortune 500 Company, has become the latest business to locate to Carteret, and now occupies the IPORT-12 facilities at N.J. Turnpike Interchange 12.