South River’s proposed outsource agreement causes borough uproar

  By VASHTI HARRIS Staff Writer SOUTH RIVER -- Met with questions and opposition to South River's latest proposed Shared Services Agreement (SSA), borough officials faced hostility from...

Woman suffers fatal injuries during fire at her home

EAST BRUNSWICK - A 60-year-old woman was fatally injured in a fire at her home last week. Tracy Baran of 16 Nelson Circle in East...

Monroe officials promise to fight for fair share of funding

By KATHY CHANG Staff Writer MONROE — Township and school officials are joining forces as they continue to provide pressure on state and local legislators in...

Borough protest brings attention to ‘A Day Without Immigrants’

By VASHTI HARRIS Staff Writer SOUTH RIVER -- Armed with colorful signs, whistles, flags and their voices, protesters gathered in front of South River police headquarters to form...

Teenager ejected from motorcycle during crash

EAST BRUNSWICK - A young man was ejected from his motorcycle and suffered serious injuries following a collision with an SUV. Balint Y. Pronik, 19,...

East Brunswick Library circulates 30 millionth item

EAST BRUNSWICK — The East Brunswick Public Library has achieved a milestone 50 years in the making. On Feb. 12, the library circulated its 30 millionth...

Army recruiting sees historic mission increase

  U.S. Army leaders recently announced the need for 6,000 additional active-duty recruits and 1,500 additional Army Reserve recruits by the end of September. As a...

Spotswood superintendent to leave position in May

By VASHTI HARRIS Staff Writer SPOTSWOOD -- Superintendent of Schools Scott Rocco will be leaving the district in May. Rocco officially announced his resignation during Spotswood's Board of Education...

Closures expected along Route 18 due to traffic signal improvements

  A traffic signal improvements project will require shoulder and lane closures on Route 18 in Middlesex County. From approximately 7 a.m. on Feb. 15 through 3:30 p.m....

Family will never forget toddler who passed away suddenly

By JACQUELINE DURETT Correspondent SOUTH AMBOY — The DiGuilio family is taking a number of steps to ensure their son is not forgotten. The family founded Lyrics...
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