Lonegan To Appear In Rahway

UNION COUNTY—Conservative GOP gubernatorial candidate Steve Lonegan will return to Rahway for a fundraising breakfast on Thursday, May 28. Tickets for the breakfast may be obtained by calling Rev. Laurel Galan at (908) 787-7474 or by sending an email message…

Memorial Day Memories

by Diane Norek Harrison SOUTH AMBOY-This is from my own research. The cemetery for Sacred Heart Parish in South Amboy is located on Johnsons Lane in the Parlin section of Sayreville. The Sacred Heart Catholic War Veterans Post 578 erected…

They’ve Served Us; Let Us Serve Them

By Ellen Zwierzynski, Social Security District Manager in Elizabeth It’s customary to honor the men and women of the Armed Forces each Memorial Day — especially those who have made the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty.  May also…

“Summer of ‘09” To Be Best Ever In Woodbridge

By Mayor John McCormac The “Summer of ‘09” looks to be the best ever in Woodbridge… which is why I want to take this opportunity to remind everyone about the great events and happenings coming to Woodbridge this summer. Let’s…

Stimulus Money Will Create Jobs And Ease Property Taxes

By Assemblyman John S. Wisniewski The Obama administration deserves a lot of credit for the Federal Stimulus Program. This program not only gave a boost to the economy overall, but helped put many New Jerseyans to work making much needed…

Comedy Night Fund Raiser Planned

LINDEN—The Linden Boxing Association is sponsoring a comedy night fundraiser on Friday, June 5, from 6-11 p.m. at the Linden Knights of Columbus Hall, 118 Park Avenue.  Tickets are currently on sale at the Recreation Community Center Building, 605 South…

Communi-TEA Party

Communi-TEA Party—The D.A.I.S.Y. Pre-Kindergarten program from Grover Cleveland School in Rahway had a “Communi-TEA” party at the Golden Age Towers.  The children sang “Getting to Know You” and “I’m a Little Tea Pot.”  They made cookies, tea sandwiches, and a…

Junior Achievement

Junior Achievement—Abraham Clark High School students Deneeshah Williams (left), 17, and Brittany Sandifer (right), 17, read to Harrison Elementary School students (from left to right) Kaleigh Villeea, 6, Anaya Hairston, 6, Mustafa Ismael, 6, and Joshua Morales, 5, in Roselle…