TRENTON –A con man who eluded authorities for 13 years before his arrest last June in Las Vegas pleaded guilty today to conspiring with a business partner to defraud investors in New Jersey of more than $1 million in the early 1990s, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced.
ELIZABETH – From Jan. 31 to Feb. 18, Union County College will be offer a free job training course in the restaurant industry to adult residents of the City of Elizabeth. This career-training course is for those who have a passion for food and who enjoy serving customers. Participants can also earn a nationally recognized certificate in Servsafe Alcohol Training.
Here’s to a good year to all the readers! I am hoping to hear from readers from all around Middlesex and Union counties with you own memories or past material from the area to share.
PERTH AMBOY — For the month of January, the Perth Amboy Free Public Library will collect canned goods in exchange for library fees. Items will be donated to the Middlesex County Emergency Food Network Pantry (M.C.F.O.O.D.S.).
UNION — The Union Public Library will screen four Hollywood films dealing with espionage, sabotage, and code breaking as part of a series starting on Tuesday, Jan. 4.
PISCATAWAY – New Jersey Blood Services (NJBS), a division of New York Blood Center (NYBC), will hold a special blood drive at the Piscataway Library at 500 Hoes Lane in Piscataway, on Tuesday, Jan. 4 from 1:30 to 7:30 p.m. This unique drive will be open particularly to individuals who have type “O” blood.
NEW BRUNSWICK — A will and a financial plan on file can help anyone of any income provide for his or her family’s future.
STATE – When New Jersey’s tough-talking Governor headed out for a sun-filled vacation at Disneyworld with his family, he left Garden State residents to weather the worst winter storm in decades. Christie and his Lieutenant Gov. Kim Guadagno both took…
Today is the final day of 2010, a year many will be happy to put behind them. Though officials are touting signs of economic recovery, for too many unemployed workers they’re not coming soon enough.