Send in the plows

UNION, NJ — In the Five Points section of Union, a plow truck driver does his best to keep the streets clear during the blizzard that never happened. Despite many weather experts preparing residents for a worst case scenario of multiple feet of the white stuff, most parts of Union County saw less than 10 inches […]

Commuter’s nightmare

UNION — A minivan takes it slow on Stuyvesant Avenue in Union as snow begins to blanket the heavily traveled street. Driving was a difficult process on Tuesday as snowfall accumulated significantly for the first time in the new year. Many commuters may have felt the sting of the winter weather on their way to work, […]

Santa Claus came to town

CLARK — On Nov. 30, Clark Township celebrated Mayor Bonaccorso’s 15th Annual Breakfast with Santa. Families were able to enjoy a buffet breakfast, and take photos with Santa. Later on in the day, residents were welcomed at Town Hall to continue the holiday celebrations with the 11th Annual Winter Festival. Residents were able to witness the […]

Happy holidays!

UNION COUNTY — Union County Freeholder Angel G. Estrada joined Santa at the Union County tree and Menorah lighting celebration during the 31st annual Holiday Nature Craft Show at Trailside Nature and Science Center in Mountainside.

Touch of grey

UNION COUNTY  — Hillbilly Bob and The Bag ‘O Bones Band played throughout the night at the annual Galloping Hill Cruisers Club Halloween car show in Union. For more pictures, see inside, or visit www.old.unionnewsdaily.com for the complete gallery.

The British are coming….again!

UNION — British and Hessian troops marched into Union last weekend as part of a re-enactment sponsored by the Union Historical Society. Fear not … The New Jersey Militia stood up to their advance. To learn more about the event, see inside. The complete gallery of photos can be viewed at: http://old.unionnewsdaily.com/gab_gallery/union-county-1780-battle-of-connecticut-farms-comes-alive-october-2014

It’s a great pumpkin, Charlie

UNION COUNTY— One of Union County’s younger residents, Charlie, enjoys picking the perfect pumpkin during the first days of fall. Mountainside’s Historic Restoration Committee recently held its annual fall mum and plant sale at the Historic Deacon Andrew Hetfield House.

Candidates take issue with BOE’s choice to fill temporary vacancy

UNION – The board of education unanimously appointed school board candidate Steven Le to fill the unexpired term of Susan Vitali, who resigned her seat recently. The move, however, was not received well by parents or the remaining candidates running in the Nov. 4 election for three expired seats. Le, a newcomer running on the […]

County prepares for next big storm

UNION COUNTY — When Superstorm Sandy struck the county in late October 2012, the storm left unprecedented, devastating damage in its wake. The county wanted to ensure that if a storm of this magnitude ever hit the area again, they would have an emergency blueprint ready and waiting. “The old adage ‘if we fail to plan, […]

Krazy in Kenilworth

KENILWORTH — Juggler Jen Slaw invites an audience volunteer to assist with a juggling activity. The Kenilworth Public Library gave everyone a chance to celebrate their summer reading club accomplishments with their fifth annual LibraryFest event. Participants enjoyed the amazing juggling of  Slaw and much more.