Police & Fire Heroes To Be Honored At Luncheon

UNION COUNTY—The Two Hundred Club of Union County will be honoring 15 men from the county at their Annual Valor Awards Luncheon on May 9, at L’Affaire in Mountainside. The men will receive the prestigious Two Hundred Club Medal of…

South Amboy Celebrates Centennial

South Amboy Celebrates Centennial—On Friday, April 11, the City of South Amboy celebrated its 100th birthday at the South Amboy Senior Center. Mayor John O’Leary along with Freeholder Director David Crabiel and Freeholder Ron Rios helped mark the date with…

New Scholarship Honors Fallen Soldier

ELIZABETH – Eliazabeth’s Promise 2006, Inc. will host their second annual scholarship awards program on Friday, May 9, at Galloping Hill Inn of Union. This year, a new scholarship has been created to pay tribute to a local hero, Cpl.…

Two Union County Residents Are Turning Pro

By Jim Whelan Earl Clark of Rahway and Derrick Caractor of Scotch Plains/ St. Patrick will forego their last two years college eligibility and enter into the NBA draft. Clark average 11 points per game and 8 rebounds per game…

A New Look For An Old Favorite

A New Look For An Old Favorite—Linden Quick Chek Store Leader Tina Tharaldsen cuts the red ribbon in celebration of Quick Chek’s newly renovated Linden store along side Dean Durling, president and chief executive officer, Quick Chek (on the right),…

Poster Contest Winners

Poster Contest Winners—Union County Clerk Joanne Rajoppi (right) and Union County Surrogate James LaCorte (left) congratulate the winners of the 2008 “My County” poster contest sponsored by the Union County Constitutional Officers. The top winners of the contest, which is…

Lithuanian Art On Display At Skulski Gallery

CLARK – The Skulski Art Gallery of the Polish Cultural Foundation in Clark will present an exhibit of Lithuanian art from April 25 through May 16. The opening reception is scheduled for Friday, April 25, from 8 – 10:30 p.m.…

Communicating With New Jersey Legislators Via E-Mail

By Michael M. Shapiro According to the Office of Legislative Services, the only way for residents of New Jersey to contact Legislators by email is through an online form available on the website for the New Jersey State Legislature, www.njleg.state.nj.us.