TRENTON — Throughout New Jersey, civic groups and businesses are thinking outside the box by taking steps to expand recycling efforts at home and in their communities.
TRENTON – A three-bill package intended to bolster the protections and rights of domestic violence victims cleared the Assembly Judiciary Committee on Thursday.
WOODBRIDGE — Congressman Leonard Lance (R-NJ) and representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) will hold a community meeting on Monday, Oct. 18 in Woodbridge to discuss updated federal flood maps that could impact township residents.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK — Five former employees of the South Brunswick Board of Education have been admitted to a pre-trial probationary program to resolve charges that they each stole $450 from an account that paid clothing and cleaning allowances, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced Thursday.
TRENTON – A bill intended to help provide school districts with a tool to maintain adequate staffing cleared the Assembly Education Committee Thursday.
TRENTON – Legislation to make it illegal to ask unemployed people not to apply for job vacancies was released Thursday by an Assembly committee.
Oct. 4 at 10:08 a.m. – Officer Edward O’Donnell investigated a theft at Main Street. The case remains open.
ELIZABETH – Representatives from United Way of Greater Union County and Neighborhood Health Services (NHSC), which operates two Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) in Union County, have agreed to collaborate on a healthcare initiative.
UNION — The Concert Artist Program of Kean University will celebrate Chopin’s 200th anniversary year on Nov. 4, at 8 p.m. Gabriela Martinez, piano; Joanna Frankel, violin; and Carrie Stinson, cello will perform many of Chopin’s pieces including his Cello Sonata and Piano Trio.