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Clarks Hometown News Patriot
Cardinal McCarrick HS Freshman Earns Recognition In National Art Contest
Erika Orellana, a former student of Perth Amboy Catholic School, was honored in Washington, D.C. as one of 23 National Winners in the Missionary Childhood Association 2013 Art Contest on Friday, Dec. 6. Orellana was accompanied by her parents and her former art teacher Rose Lavin-Pennyfeather.
The Jersey Journal
Middlesex schools to receive $27 million in state grants
Carteret, Sayreville, South Amboy and Woodbridge are eligible to receive a combined $5.77 million in grants from the New Jersey Department of Education and School Development Authority for various school construction projects.
Asbury Park Press
Middletown police blotter
Jusino Wilfredo, age 43, from Vermeer Drive in South Amboy, arrested on Nov. 14 by Patrolman Anthony Gigante on a Contempt of Court warrant issued by the Middletown Municipal Court.
Sandy's Gatt Mobile aids breast cancer patients
Husband and wife physicians Charlie and Sandra Gatt frequently talked shop and compared notes.
Schott through the heart
Brando's leather jacket. In the 1953 film "The Wild One," the black motorcycle jacket worn by star Marlon Brando seethed with attitude, testosterone, rebellion and rock 'n' roll -- even before there was rock 'n' roll.
Honorary Black Belt given to Mayors & Council Members
Honorary Black Belts will be warded to four individuals for their outstanding community service.
Owner Pleads Guilty in Bid-Rigging
With his bribery attempts caught on video by a project manager, the former owner of a New Jersey heavy construction and paving company is now looking at 20 years in prison for bid-rigging.
Asbury Park Press
Local Students to Perform as Soloists in 'The Nutcracker'
Jaimie Berube and Amanda Killmer, both 16, of Little Silver and South Amboy, will join world-renowned dancers when they share the soloist role of Toy Soldier in this years full-length production of New Jersey Dance Theatre Ensembles much loved The Nutcracker.
Route 9 northbound ramps at Bordentown Avenue in Sayreville reopened
The reconstruction work on the entrance and exit ramps between Route 9 northbound and Bordentown Avenue in Sayreville has been completed and the new ramps were opened at about 7 a.m. Wednesday, according to a New Jersey Department of Transportation news release.