WOODBRIDGE – Bodyscapes 2009, a collective exhibition of life drawings produced by the members of the Barron Life Drawing Group who meet weekly to study the human figure, will be on display at the Barron Arts Center.
The much-delayed switchover to digital TV is now behind us. On June 12, all full power TV stations in the country ceased their analog broadcasts and made the final switch to a digital only format.
CARTERET—Following a pledge made during the State of the Borough Address given in February, Mayor Daniel Reiman and the Carteret Borough Council passed a resolution last week, authorizing the establishment of an incremental payment program for delinquent property taxes.
SOUTH AMBOY – The former Main Street Bridge was officially renamed Veterans Memorial Bridge during a ribbon-cutting ceremony last week.
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – Before school bells start ringing again, parents should consider doing some homework of their own on nutritious lunches to pack for their children. Since kids often want to eat the same types of food every day for lunch, it’s up to parents to take the lead and put new ideas on the table.
LINDEN – Linden police arrested three Elizabeth men on drug charges as the result of a drug investigation last week.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – As veterans start the new academic year, the leader of The American Legion said he is happy to see that they will be able to enjoy the benefits of the new GI Bill.
GREAT LAKES, Ill.—Navy Seaman Recruit Joel D. Acevedo, son of Belquis Medina of Elizabeth and Emanuel Acevedo of Rahway, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
ELIZABETH-This if from 1956 material sent to me by Frank Fay: “Elizabeth had a gang problem in the late 1930s. The police had a solution. Check the last paragraph in attached article.”