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By CHARLES W. KIMDecember 7, 2016
EDISON, NJ – A township businessman pleaded guilty last week to charges that he participated in a scheme to get student visas for clients without them having to attend classes or have real jobs, officials said in a Dec. 1 press release.
Tejesh Kodali, 45, of Edison, pleaded guilty in a Newark federal court on Dec. 1 to a charge of conspiracy to commit visa fraud, the release from the ...
SPOTSWOOD, NJ - The Rolling Stones sang “It’s only rock ‘n roll, but I like it.” For most musicians it is all about the music. Most are drawn to it and can’t imagine not playing, but perhaps the Bacon Brothers hit the nail on the head with their song, “Not Born To Beauty.” The tune tells the tale of why folks do it, why they play and it really does ...
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Two city water utility employees are facing criminal charges stemming from an alleged scheme to accept cash to slash a customer’s water bill, according to complaints filed by the state Division of Criminal Justice’s corruption bureau.
The city announced Saturday that it had suspended the workers, William Ortiz and Joseph DeBonis, without pay. Copies of the ...
LOS ANGELES, CA - “And though the course may change sometimes, rivers always reach the sea” – Led Zepplin, Ten Years Gone
After years of changing his course, living in New Jersey, Boston, Brooklyn, and Charleston, all while singing in small local bars, at open mic nights, and working as a bartender to make ends meet, Randolph NJ’s Brendan Fletcher always ...
SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ – Temple Sholom (1925 Lake Avenue, Scotch Plains) will host its annual Chanukah-themed version of its popular “Lego Night” on Thursday, Dec. 15 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.
“We’re pleased that our annual Chanukah event has grown over the last few years,” said Mindy Carton, co-chair of Temple Sholom’s Lego Night. “Known as the ...
EDISON, NJ – For the 16th straight year, members of the Edison Elks Lodge 2487 came through for underprivileged children by hosting their annual Marine Corp ‘Toys For Tots’ Toy Drive.
Doug Pearson, Elks Lodge 2487 Exalted Ruler has been running the event for the entire 16 years. “It’s an incredible toy drive. Every year we get more and more toys ...
SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – A crash on Route 130 Friday morning critically injured a motorcyclist, police said.
According to police, a 20-year-old Middlesex County man was heading north on Route 130 at 6:02 a.m. Friday morning when his 2003 Buell motorcycle hit a 2005 Nissan Xtera that was turning from Route 130 southbound and onto Stults Road.
South Brunswick EMS took the motorcycle driver ...
MILLTOWN, NJ - Spending any time in the hospital is difficult, but when it's the holiday season a hospital stay often takes on a more depressing turn for both the patients and their families. Imagine being a child and having to spend the happiest time of the year in the hospital receiving cancer treatments. It's enough to make even the most upbeat person sad, which is why 11 year old ...
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — The morning rush has subsided at Restaurant 2FIFTY4 inside Saint Peter’s University Hospital on Easton Avenue.
It was about 10:30 a.m. on a recent Wednesday and Eileen Lombardi - with more than 30 years at the hospital - manages the restaurant. Fresh off breakfast, she and the staff are preparing for the lunch rush.
A few seats are occupied. A doctor is ...
EDISON, NJ - The holidays are often called the season of giving. John P. Stevens High School students from the FCCLA chapter recently got into the spirit of giving by baking and donating over 400 rolls of bread to Elijah’s Promise, a food pantry located in New Brunswick.
Through the King Arthur Flour Bake for Good Program, over 50 students from JPS learned how to make bread rolls from ...