EDISON—As a convenience for residents, a green-initiative push and a revenue-generator, Edison Township has opened a recycling center that will be available to residents seven days a week.
NEWARK— NJ Transit is helping the Community FoodBank of New Jersey secure food donations this Thanksgiving to make the holiday season brighter for those in need. Customers can donate non-perishable food items at select train stations from Nov. 17 through…
EDISON—Responding to a widely-recognized and increasing need, Legal Services of New Jersey announced the launch of a new Veterans Legal Assistance Project on Veterans Day.
TRENTON–If you have ever wanted to collaborate on a book or have your words live forever, join the New Jersey State Library in writing a book this November for National Write Your Own Book Month.
LINDEN – Senior citizens, ages 60 and older, can get a nutrition lunch for just $1.75 at the John T Gregorio Recreation Center, 330 Helen Street, Linden.
RAHWAY – The Rahway Retired Men’s Club is now accepting new members. Open to men age 55 and older living in Rahway and the surrounding area, the club holds meetings every Monday at the Rahway Senior Citizen Center at 1306 Esterbrook Avenue.
EDISON—Seventh graders from The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison traveled to Williamsburg, Virginia from Nov. 9 to 13 where they were immersed in the Colonial culture while learning key lessons in history, art, science and more.
LINDEN – The Libraries of Union County Consortium recently recognized Linden Mayor Richard Gerbounka as the Elected Official Of The Year. The award, which was presented at the group’s annual reception, goes to an official who is a dedicated library advocate.
MOUNTAINSIDE—Recognizing that 24 years of pounding hooves have taken their toll at Union County’s Watchung Stables, the facility is slated to get a new main ring under a plan approved by the Board of Freeholders.