CARTERET—The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection lifted a 25-year-old ban on new links to the sewer system in West Carteret, paving the way for continued development and redevelopment in the neighborhood.
PERTH AMBOY – Perth Amboy’s school district was one of 20 removed from the federal No Child Left Behind accountability list after meeting yearly progress benchmarks for two years in a row, state officials said.
NEWARK—Union native Matt Melody recently made his professional debut for the Newark Bears.
The former NJIT star pitcher earned a no-decision in his June 28th start against the Bridgeport Bluefish, allowing three earned runs on five hits over four innings.
SANDY HOOK—Fueled by funding from the state Department of Transportation’s I BOAT NJ program, the New Jersey Marine Sciences Consortium/New Jersey Sea Grant has awarded special grants to marinas throughout the state to help them implement projects and practices that will reduce potential environmental impacts associated with recreational boating.
TRENTON – Legislation to help veterans make the transition from the battlefield to the college classroom has received final legislative approval.
ELIZABETH – Two men who impersonated police officers broke into a hotel room and robbed a Newark couple of $500 on Friday morning, police said.
ELIZABETH – Presided over by Board President Adrienne S. Vogel and Executive Director Cory Storch, Bridgeway’s Annual Public Meeting of the Board of Trustees, held on June 23at the Peterstown Community Center in Elizabeth was a night of recognizing special achievements and special partnerships.
I attended the beautiful fireworks display in Clark on July 4th. As a veteran I was very disturbed that they didn’t begin the fireworks display with the National Anthem.
By David K. Rehbein
A young girl picking daisies opens one of the most infamous political ads ever devised. It is suggested her life is about to end violently and quickly as a nuclear mushroom cloud appears.