METUCHEN – The Middlesex County Surrogate Court is opening its ninth satellite office at Metuchen Borough Hall, located at 500 Main Street.
LINDEN—A team of three students from Linden High School competed with 45 other high school teams from across New Jersey to win an award in their second consecutive Panasonic Creative Design Challenge (CDC) finals held at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center.
DOVER AIR FORCE BASE, Del.—Air Force Airman 1st Class Chris A. McMahon has arrived for duty at Dover Air Force Base, Del.
The airman, a services apprentice with less than one year of military service, is assigned to the 436th Airlift Wing.
He is the son of Joseph McMahon of Linden.
ELIZABETH—Members of Benedictine Academy’s Class of 2009 were officially inducted into the school’s Alumnae Association at a ceremony held May 26 in the Benedictine Sisters’ St. Walburga Monastery Church in Elizabeth.
RAHWAY—Registration for the 2009 Summer Camp at the YMCA of Eastern Union County, Rahway Branch is underway.
PERTH AMBOY—Starting next month, closing time at city bars will come an hour earlier. The Perth Amboy City Council unanimously approved a measure banning the sale of alcohol after 2 a.m. last week.
HAMILTON – More than half of motorists are driving cars five years or older, a recent AAA Mid-Atlantic web poll has found.
This data reinforces the importance of regular and routine vehicle maintenance, particularly with hot summer weather around the corner.
EDISON – Middlesex County College President Joann La Perla-Morales was honored by the Edison Arts Society at its 10th Anniversary Gala Ball May 30.
On Wednesday, May 20, the ESL/Bilingual Program at Franklin School in Rahway held their annual Multicultural Night. Participating students dressed in their countries’ typical clothing and parents brought a plate of their countries’ typical food.