RAHWAY – The Rahway Republican Committee is calling for Councilman Bobby Akbar to resign from his elected position by 4 p.m. tomorrow.
CLARK – Mayor Sal Bonaccorso directed the township attorney to file a lawsuit against the Rahway Valley Sewerage Authority and all of its member municipalities this week, alleging that Clark is being inaccurately and excessively billed for sewer fees.
NEW BRUNSWICK – A jury convicted a 22-year-old North Brunswick man of taking part in a drive-by shooting that wounded an innocent bystander, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced yesterday.
STATE – People who are trying to earn their high school diploma by passing the series of GED tests must complete the series by Dec. 31, 2011 or they will have to start from the beginning with a new test series that will be administered beginning on Jan. 1, 2012, Education Commissioner Lucille E. Davy said today.
LINDEN – Three unidentified men robbed a 32-year-old Brooklyn, N.Y. man who was making a Chinese food delivery to the 300 block of Mitchell Avenue Tuesday night, police said.
STATE – The third consecutive monthly Quinnipiac University poll of New Jersey’s gubernatorial race shows former U.S. Attorney Christopher Christie over 50%.
CARTERET – This morning, Mayor Daniel J. Reiman will join with county officials, senior artists, and art enthusiasts from throughout Middlesex County, for the conclusion of the 2009 Middlesex County Senior Citizen Art Contest & Exhibition.
RAHWAY— City Councilman Bobby Akbar has been suspended from his job as a high school track and field coach but the politician firmly refused to answer any questions about the matter.
STATE—The campaign of Gov. Jon Corzine has added another layer of bureaucracy to help weigh down the organization that seems to have had so much difficulty moving in any direction except down.