Student Activist Plans Vigil in Elizabeth After Deadly Charlottesville Rally

August 14, 2017

ELIZABETH, NJ - A young, local activist plans to hold a prayer vigil Wednesday in the wake of a deadly rally in Charlottesville, Va., that left a woman dead.

Kason Little, 17, plans to hold the vigil at Winfield Scott Plaza by the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial across from City Hall at 6:30 p.m. on Aug. 16. Little founded the Students Of Elizabeth Advisory Committee, a group ...

50 Jobs Available at Newark-Liberty Airport. Here's How You Can Snag One

ELIZABETH, NJ - Fifty full-time and part-time positions at Newark-Liberty International Airport are available, and an informational session will be held next week for people interested in the jobs.

The ground services company AirServ will be at the county’s Workforce Innovation Business (WIB) Center in the Mills at Jersey Gardens mall on Aug. 10 at 10 a.m. to share information about the ...

Karate Program for People with Special Needs

UNION COUNTY, NJ - The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders has announced a Karate Program for People with Special Needs, beginning Thursday, August 3.

The program will run every Thursday from August 3 - September 7 (excluding August 17) from 7:00 - 7:45 p.m. (ages 5-15) and 8:00 - 8:45 p.m. (ages 16 and older).  The program will take place at the Clark Recreation Center, 430 ...

'Jersey Fresh' Farmers’ Market Vouchers Available for Union County Seniors

UNION COUNTY, NJ - The Board of Chosen Freeholders announced that income-eligible senior adults will be able to obtain free vouchers to purchase “Jersey Fresh” fruits, vegetables and herbs at local Farmers’ Markets throughout the county. 

MORE: SNAP Recipients Can Double Their Dollar at Elizabeth Avenue Farmers Market

The vouchers are funded by the State of New ...

Is this Your Pet - Small Dog Found in Elizabeth

ELIZABETH , NJ - A Small dog was found in Elizabeth in the area of Elmora Ave. and Lidgerwood Ave. on Monday evening. The person who found the dog, rescued it from almost getting hit by a car twice. 

The dog was scanned but no chip was found. If this is your dog or you know who the owner is, contact Viviana at 908-327-4767.


Tickets Available for the New Jersey Recovery Film Festival this Weekend

ELIZABETH, NJ –  Tickets are now available for the New Jersey Recovery Film Festival this Friday and Saturday, June 2, and June 3, at the Kean University Stem Building, located at 1075 Morris Ave, Union, NJ

Friday evening will feature a night of live music entertainment with speakers and special guest Daniel Baldwin, and will include a screening of his film "The Wisdom to Know ...

Naturalization/Citizenship Information Session Scheduled at Union Public Library

UNION, NJ – The Union Public Library is hosting an information session on "How to become a U.S. Citizen," Wednesday, June 21, from 10 to 11:30 a.m.

This free session is for legal permanent residents (“Green Card” holders) and others interested in the official naturalization and citizenship process.

Topics covered include:

the Naturalization Process,
the ...

Parenting Children with Autism: Strategies for Success

Participants will learn about programs that will enhance occupational, physical, and speech therapy for their autistic child from Trinitas's children's Therapy services professionals at this free seminar. Presenters are Benjamin Lipman, physical therapist, Trinitas; Aida Mendez-Boud, occupational therapist, Trinitas; Tara Sheerin, executive director, The Data Group; Craig Domanski, ...

New Jersey’s Recovery High School to Host First Recovery Film Festival at Kean University

UNION, NJ - New Jersey Recovery High School will host their very first Recovery Film Festival with guest speaker Daniel Baldwin at Kean University in the STEM Building, 6th Floor, located at 1075 Morris Ave. Union, NJ. on Saturday, June 3.

Get your tickets today by clicking here.  Access to award ceremony following the final block of films on June 3, is included with any ticket ...

Free Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt is Inclusive of Special Needs Children

UNION COUNTY, NJ – Children, 12 years old and younger, including special needs children, are invited to the Second Annual Community Egg Hunt, hosted by Moving New Jersey Forward Foundation, Saturday, April 15, from 1p.m. to 3p.m. at Warinanco Park. 

Moving New Jersey Forward Foundation was created by Union County Freeholder Sergio Granados.

“We will also break up ...

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