Mailbox Fraud Still A Concern In Computer Age

ELIZABETH—With tax season approaching, Union County residents can expect a stream of official-looking envelopes in their mailboxes. Most contain authentic documents, but some “look-alike” mailings have been identified as a source of junk mail, scams, and serious fraud. “The public…

Cancer Society Offers Chance To Bowl For A Cure

LINDEN—There are still lanes available to join team “Racing for a Cure” on Saturday, Feb. 21, for a “Night of Bowling and Raffles” at Linden Lanes, 741 N. Stiles Street in Linden.  Racing for a Cure is a team dedicated…

In The Middle Of A Great Season

  In The Middle Of A Great Season—The Middlesex County College men’s basketball team is in the middle of a great season, with an overall record of 14-6, and a Garden State Athletic Conference record of 13-2. The squad beat…

Library To Host A Tax Lecture Series

CLARK – There might be snow on the ground, but April 15 is just around the corner and that means it’s time to start thinking about taxes. To help tax payers understand some common tax issues, the Clark Public Library…

High School Holds First “Poetry Slam”

RAHWAY—On Thursday, Jan. 22, Rahway High School held its first “Poetry Slam,” showcasing the talents of students enrolled in the creative writing elective taught by English teacher Kimberly Kiefer, as well as several other students.  The event drew an audience…

Slavonic Festival Returns At Rahway Church

RAHWAY—The parish family of St. Thomas the Apostle Byzantine Catholic Church is busy preparing for their 22nd annual Slavonic Festival on Saturday, Feb. 21. The chefs and cooks are preparing dinner specialties and baking nut and poppy seed rolls each…

Rahway Relics

By Diane Norek Harrison RAHWAY-I received this in an email: “Here is one I don’t remember, the Rahway Clay Pits. I just came upon a picture of (it) them while looking through photo albums around town. Where were the clay…