ELIZABETH – The Greater Union County ASA Softball Umpires Association will conduct its annual umpire training program beginning Tuesday, Feb. 22.
PERTH AMBOY–Xerox Corporation announced it will award a $1,000 scholarship to a graduating high school senior who has not only demonstrated high academic standards but who has embodied the core principals of the Boys and Girls Clubs-good character, compassion and a commitment to service.
MOUNTAINSIDE — Route 22 was closed for half-an-hour Sunday morning while horses were rounded up after they escaped from the Watchung Stables at about 8:15 a.m., county police said. “The horses — all county owned — are in good condition…
If Martin Luther King, Jr. could visit our country this January, he would see a nation much changed and yet the same.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK — Two township men have been arrested and charged with sexually assaulting two 12-year-old girls, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and South Brunswick Police Chief Raymond Hayducka announced today.
It is less than two weeks into the New Year and tragedy has struck down innocent people in our country once again. This time, the culprit was one of us and not some suicide bomber from the Taliban spewing something like “Allah is good!” just before he blows up everyone in range.
ELIZABETH — A South Jersey congressman encouraged federal education auditors to pursue a witch hunt against the Elizabeth school board that Mayor Chris Bollwage could exploit for political purposes.
LINDEN — Moments after Mayor Richard Gerbounka, Council President James Moore and others were sworn into the offices to which they were elected in November with a clear mandate for change, status quo advocates effectively seized control of the city.
CLARK — Arthur L. Johnson Sophomore Joseph Bonaccorso was recognized by the Clark Township Board of Education for his altruistic endeavors and honors at the Board of Education’s Showcase of Success on Jan. 11.