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NEW PROVIDENCE, NJ Councilman Jim Madden introduced a resolution, later approved, to allow the borough to participate in a state-funded DEP grant of $300,000 to dredge and clean up the Passaic River.
5 hrs ago | NJ.com
Only 23 years old, the Seton Hall University graduate became Union County's youngest elected official at age 20 when he was sworn in as a councilman in Roselle Park.
Sherri Kuhn writes about raising teenagers, the perils of a clean home, wistfulness over babies, and anything else that makes her laugh in the years between changing diapers and wearing them.
New Tree Marks a 100-Year Milestone: Union County Freeholder Sergio Granados visited Black Brook Park in Kenilworth earlier this summer to help celebrate a nationwide 100-year milestone for Cooperative Extension service programs.
Union County Freeholder Linda Carter visited the Home Ownership Fair in Plainfield at the Washington Community School on Saturday, July 26, to lend support for efforts to engage residents in home ownership.
Monday was the final day to file a petition to run for Westfield's board of education.
At 3 p.m., on July 31, Boys & Girls Clubs of Union County will launch the Great Futures Campaign to mobilize the community in support of kids and empower youth to achieve success.
Union County Sheriff Ralph Froehlich, shown at a 2013 press conference in this file photo, was memorialized with a funeral mass today in Elizabeth.
Do you have clothing, toys and small housewares gathering dust in your house? Your de-cluttering can do so much good in our community! Please bring your donations of clothing and accessories , gently used toys, small housewares and Halloween costumes to Jumble Store, 110 Walnut Ave. in Cranford, on Wednesday, July 30th from 4 pm to 8 pm! Your ... (more)
Currently in the state of New Jersey there are more than 8,000 children in foster care.
Responsibility and respect for each other are a few of the lessons the cadets take away from the Berkeley Heights Police Youth Academy organized by the Berkeley Heights Police Department.
Now in their second full season, Just Farmed of Westfield brings edible treasures traditionally found at local farmers market right to your front door.
CRANFORD - Tuesday, Aug. 5, is the 31st annual National Night Out event, and the Cranford Police Department will be holding its own celebration.
At a time of utter tragedy, Katty and Angel Mercado had a decision to make. Their six-week-old daughter, Melissa Bena Mercado, was dying from a brain injury suffered during a car accident.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 11:57 am
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