Morris Avenue complex slated for 1,528 apartments

Morris Avenue complex slated for 1,528 apartments

UNION, NJ — Township officials expect little to no effect on local school enrollment after the first phase of a potential 1,528-unit, mixed-use apartment complex and retail space is completed along Morris Avenue. The residential buildout for Vermella Union at 1011 Morris Avenue is expected to include 39,997 square feet of retail and restaurant space, […]

MALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

MALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

Zach Fernandez, junior, baseball “Zach Fernandez picked up his second shutout of the year when Union defeated West Morris in a 6-0 win over West Morris. This season, he has four complete games of allowing one earned run or less. He is 4-2 with a 1.92 ERA in 43.2 inning pitched. He has 43 strikeouts and just […]

FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

Dominique Gaskins, senior, track and field “Dominique Gaskins is a senior thrower for the Union track and field team. She has been an integral part of the team’s field events with a concentration in the shot and discs for the past four years. Dominique recently won the Watchung Conference Championships in the shot with a personal record […]

Union schools facing 200 layoffs with budget shortfall

UNION, NJ — About 200 non-tenured faculty and staff will receive reduction-in-force notices due to a budget shortfall in the upcoming year, Assistant Superintendent Gerry Benaquista said at a May 8 school board meeting. The news comes following an April 26 school board budget meeting at which officials originally said 49 positions — including custodians, […]

Union schools still face layoffs with new budget

UNION, NJ — Local school board members may have found $890,000 in their budget to reduce potential layoffs, although the district still faces a $5.9 million budget shortfall. About 149 staff members — including teachers, custodians and secretaries — were originally slated to be laid off with the budget presented April 24. However, school administrators […]

UNION MALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

UNION MALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

De’Andrae McFarlane, senior, boys track “McFarlane, who also plays basketball, is a first-year jumper and already has cleared six feet this season in the high jump and has good distances in the long and triple jump. He is a great student athlete.” — Union track coach Tony Stewart You’ve set a personal best with your 6-0 […]

UNION FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

UNION FEMALE ATHLETE OF THE MONTH

Arielle Roman, junior, girls softball “Arielle Roman is the type of player every coach wants on their team. She is a natural leader and has the best interests of her teammates at heart. She gives a 100 percent every game and plays where ever she is needed to better her team. She loves the game […]

Final phase of Union Center streetscape will begin in May

Final phase of Union Center streetscape will begin in May

UNION, NJ ― Work to improve the sidewalks and streets along a portion of Stuyvesant Avenue is slated to begin in May, completing the remainder of a streetscape project that began in 2016. Phase II of the streetscape project will include new bump-outs, lighting, granite accents, tree pits and engraved corner designs. The stretch to […]

Union police join with schools for safety program

Union police join with schools for safety program

UNION, NJ — Local police have teamed up with school officials to make random checks at school buildings in the wake of the February school shooting in Parkland, Fla. “The kids love it,” police Director Daniel Zieser said in a phone interview of the new “Park ‘n Walk” program. “We’re getting very positive feedback from […]

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