CARTERET—On Saturday, Nov. 28, approximately 100 people gathered at Carteret Park’s central pond for a ceremony to dedicate the popular landmark in memory of the late John Sitar.
Most people would not believe that a fully stocked refrigerator and bar could precede an alcohol or drug addiction later in life.
LINDEN – A 24-year-old Linden soldier was armed at gunpoint last week, according to police.
TRENTON – More than $1.8 million in federal grant money is being allocated for developing, maintaining and improving recreational trails throughout New Jersey, the Department of Environmental Protection announced.
ELIZABETH – Community Access Unlimited (CAU) has received a $3 million line of credit from Sun National Bank that will enable the nonprofit agency to expand housing services for people with disabilities and at-risk youth.
LINDEN—Recently Mayor Richard J. Gerbounka cut the ribbon at the grand opening of Abigail’ Café, a new restaurant in Linden located on the corner of West Elizabeth Avenue and North Stiles Street.
ELIZABETH – Elizabeth resident Thomas Sagendorf was one of four students recently awarded the 2009 Navin Bros. Food Service Scholarship at Union Catholic High School in Scotch Plains.
CLARK – The popular cookie class – just in time for the holidays – is one of the many programs and classes offered by the Clark Recreation Department.
RAHWAY—During American Education Week, fifth graders at Roosevelt School participated in a Mathematics Funfair.