Dinner guests

CRANFORD — The cast of Cranford High School’s ‘The Man Who Came To Dinner’ by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman. The show will be performed on Nov. 15 and 16 at 8 p.m. Senior citizens are invited to a dress rehearsal on Nov. 14 at 7:30 p.m. The Man Who Came To Dinner, long acknowledged […]

Scary Stuff

RAHWAY — In Rahway, some residents can hardly wait to get dressed up for Halloween. The spooky holiday is just around the corner, and a variety of ghosts, ghouls and goblins are appearing all over Union County.

Murder suspect remains in custody as police search for body of Cranford victim

UNION – Suspect Matthew Ballister III remained in the county jail this morning on $2 million bail but has refused to tell police where he dumped the slain body of his Cranford girlfriend, April Wyckoff. According to police sources, more than 100 law enforcement officers along with the Hudson County K-9 Unit, U.S. Park Police […]

Fire Safety

SPRINGFIELD — First-grader Mikey, from E.V. Walton Elementary School in Springfield, stops to smile with Springfield Firefighter Irwin Heinrich during an assembly on fire safety and prevention.

Vehicle slams telephone pole

UNION — Residents in Union stared in amazement on Monday, as a pickup truck crashed into a telephone pole on Stuyvesant Avenue, causing live power wires to dangle into the road and sparks to fly. The street was closed for the better part of the day and residents and businesses experienced brief power outages as PSE&G […]

Remembering POW/MIAs

UNION COUNTY — From left: Union County Freeholders Bette Jane Kowalski, Vernell Wright and Bruce Bergen listen as Union County Undersheriff Vincent DeTrolio, a Vietnam Veteran, speaks during Union County’s annual remembrance ceremony honoring prisoners of war and those missing in action outside the Union County Courthouse in Elizabeth. National POW/MIA Recognition Day is observed each […]

Freedom Tower

At the base of the Freedom Tower are two reflecting pools, nearly an acre in size each, which represent the actual footprints of the Twin Towers. They are surrounded by Memorial Plaza and the entrance to the National September 11 Memorial and Museum.

Slippin’ and slidin’

CLARK – The Clark Recreation Department’s summer camp program is winding down, but plenty of fun has been raging through the program, like tug of wars that involve hoses, opposite page, and slip n’ slides. The program ran most of the summer long and saw more than 1,000 registered campers enjoy outdoor activities like water […]

Landing zone

ROSELLE PARK— At the Roselle Park Summer Camp, young residents were treated with a visit from State Troopers who arrived in style by landing a helicopter on the field in town. Campers were able to learn about State Troopers and tour the helicopter.

Downtown living

UNION — It shouldn’t be long now before local customers are living directly above the shops in Union Center, or at least that’s the hope of township officials and developers of the various sized dwellings being built in downtown Union.

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