Safety reminder: Move over for roadway workers and first responders

Safety reminder: Move over for roadway workers and first responders

  By New Jersey Department of Transportation  The New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) is reminding drivers to move over for snowplows and stopped emergency and work vehicles during the winter months. “We urge all motorists to drive with respect for our roadway workers so they can clear the roads this winter,” said NJDOT Commissioner […]

Students ‘mask up’ for a fresh twist on Halloween

Students ‘mask up’ for a fresh twist on Halloween

KENILWORTH, NJ — This year, for Halloween, St. Theresa School in Kenilworth did something different. Instead of the usual costume parade and carnival activities, the children wore Halloween-colored clothes, and the school held a mask-decorating contest. Pictured are some of the second-graders and kindergartners posing with their masks on.

24th Annual Legislative Breakfast

The Greater Elizabeth Chamber of Commerce  in conjunction with Union Township Chamber of Commerce Cordially Invites You to Attend The 24th Annual Legislative Breakfast City, County, & State Officials are Scheduled to Attend including Senator Joseph Cryan Assemblyman Jamel Holley Elizabeth Mayor J. Christian Bollwage Union Mayor Michele Delisfort Friday, June 26, 2020 9:00 – 10:30AM […]

CRANFORD ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

CRANFORD ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

Arjun Petgrave varsity basketball “Arjun deserves this because he is a great athlete and having a good season so far and continues to work on his game. But even more than that, Arjun is becoming a great leader for this team. He is stepping up in big situations for this young team.” — Coach Sean […]

CRANFORD MALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

CRANFORD MALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

AJ Bencivenga, varsity wrestler “AJ has been a four-year starter. In his early years on the team, he sacrificed a lot, most of the time giving up a lot of weight to help us fill the line up with our best wrestlers. In doing so, AJ put the team goals ahead of his own. All […]

New Roselle Park chief laments father’s absence

ROSELLE PARK, NJ — New police Chief Daniel McCaffery was surrounded by friends and family as Mayor Joseph Signorello swore him in Feb. 21. McCaffery’s late father, Thomas McCaffery, was a member of the Union County Two Hundred Club, which recognizes the achievements of uniformed police, firefighters and state troopers, and taught his son at […]

CRANFORD FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

CRANFORD FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

Maggie O’Donnell, varsity swimmer “Maggie was the Union County Champion in the 100-yard butterfly and finished second place in the 200-yard freestyle. Cranford has not had a Union County swimming champion since 2015, when Julie Byrne won the event. She has also qualified for the High School Meet of Champions being held on March 2 […]

RWJUH Rahway unveils simulated operating room

RWJUH Rahway unveils simulated operating room

RAHWAY, NJ — When the patient started coughing, perioperative educator Alicia Jablonsky began her customary procedures. “How are you feeling?” she asked the woman on the operating table. When the woman could only moan in response, Jablonsky rushed to administer an IV and then the simulation concluded. This quick but real-life scenario took was a […]

County counts homeless, offers services

ELIZABETH, NJ — More than 115 homeless and at-risk people utilized the free services at the Elizabeth Coalition to House the Homeless — services like haircuts and eye exams — at the organization’s service fair on Jan. 23. “Thank you, thank you, thank you,” one man said to intern Kim Siehl as he was leaving […]

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