RAHWAY—Fifth grade students in Deborah Prakapas’s fifth grade class presented their book report book jackets recently at Roosevelt School.
ELIZABETH – The partnership between United Way of Greater Union County and Infineum USA L.P. is now in its 11th year.
LINDEN—Just a few months after City Council President Robert Bunk derailed construction of a $5 billion, 500-megawatt electrical power plant that would create 1,800 jobs, he led the council to unanimously approve the deal last week and announced that he is running for mayor.
ELIZABETH – Last week, U.S. Customs and Border Protection and U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents seized nearly 250 pounds of cocaine which was concealed within a shipping container at Elizabeth Seaport.
ELIZABETH—After some friends distributed leaflets asking residents to participate in a toy drive he was conducting in the weeks before Christmas, Carlos Lucio, a popular Elizabeth public school principal, received a summons in the mail from City Hall demanding a $250 fine for littering.
TRENTON – New Jersey is facing money problems on multiple fronts. Gov. Chris Christie estimates the state budget deficit at $11 billion next year, on top of a $1 billion hole in the current budget.
NEW BRUNSWICK – A Superior Court judge sentenced a South Amboy man to 30 years in prison for murdering his live-in girlfriend and the attempted murder of four children, three of which belonged to him.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – Middlesex County agreed to a nearly $1 million settlement to end a sexual harassment lawsuit filed by five female sheriff’s officers against the county and sheriff’s department in 2004.
AVENEL – At a public meeting held at Avenel Middle School Monday, Woodbridge school officials began preparing contingency plans if state school aid is cut.