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Jets Kickoff PLAY 60 Program Set For Elizabeth Public School Students

October 19, 2017

ELIZABETH, NJ--The New York Jets will kickoff their PLAY 60 program on Wednesday, October 18, 2017, the event will be equipped by Modell’s with more than 4,000 fourth and fifth-grade students from Elizabeth Public Schools. Led by Taneka Bowles, wife of Elizabeth, NJ, native, Todd Bowles, students will be given a presentation introducing them to the PLAY 60 program.

Participants will ...

Global Opportunity for Elizabeth Business Owners: NJ Step Grant Program

ELIZABETH, NJ- If you own a small business you may be thinking about capitalizing on the global market to expand your company and its bottom line.

According to The New Jersey Business Action Center (BAC) it has been awarded more than $600,000 State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) grant from the U.S. Small Business Administration to help New Jersey companies gain access to international ...

BREAKING NEWS: Edison Police Involved In Fatal Pursuit

PLAINFIELD, NJ - The Union County Prosecutor's Office Homicide Task Force is investigating a fatal car crash just after midnight on Woodlawn Avenue involving an Edison Police pursuit, officials said in a post on Twitter this morning.

Edison officials could not provide any further details on the pursuit and referred all questions to Union County.

Union County is expected to release more ...

The Benefit for Gregory-Elizabeth Residents Come Out To Support Cause

ELIZABETH, NJ-A benefit was held earlier this month to help raise funds for the family of a thirteen year old who was struck by a train in Elizabeth back in May.

Community members attended the event organized by Hispanos Unidos, a non-profit organization that helps people in need in Elizabeth.. It was held to raise funds to help with health care bills, said President of Hispanos ...

New Amazon HQ? Why Not New Brunswick?

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Middlesex County, New Brunswick and Rutgers University officials are eyeing the Hub City and surrounding area as a potential spot for Amazon’s “HQ2,”an East Coast headquarters, that would employ as many as 50,000 people  

The online retail giant, which is headquartered in Seattle, announced its plans earlier this month to pump $5 billion into the ...

Elizabeth Man Admits Distributing Child Pornography

ELIZABETH, N.J.– An Elizabeth man today admitted he used his home computer to distribute sexually explicit videos and images of children, Acting U.S. Attorney William E. Fitzpatrick announced.

Thomas J. Leonard, 35, of Elizabeth, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Brian R. Martinotti in Trenton federal court, charging him with one count of distributing child ...

Volunteer Opportunities Exist for 55+-RSVP Information Sessions

ELIZABETH, NJ-The Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) of Union County will hold two information sessions for all adults 55 and older in Union County.

Opportunities exist throughout the county for volunteers in friendly visiting, community gardens and school-age tutoring and more.

The information sessions will take place at Jewish Family Service of Central NJ, a non-sectarian ...

Watching Tropical Storm Jose-Could Produce Rain, High Winds in the Garden State

ELIZABETH, NJ-New Jersey residents may want to check the weather to the track the path of Tropical Storm Jose. A forecast map that was issued this morning by the National Hurricane Center has the state on the outer edges of its possible path. Tropical Storm Jose could strengthen as it heads north through the Atlantic.

The system is still days away from its center being hundreds of miles off ...

Union County First To Take “Stand Up for the Other” Pledge

ELIZABETH, NJ-Union County is the first in New Jersey to take the “Stand Up for the Other” pledge. The pledge calls people to action and to challenge bigotry in all its forms.

Union County Freeholder Chairman Bruce H. Bergen and the Freeholder Board announced that they welcomed Dr. Mohammad Ali Chaudry of the New Jersey Interfaith Coalition to share the "Stand Up for the ...

Trinitas Regional Medical Center Unveils the New Gary S. Horan Emergency Department

ELIZABETH, NJ – In an opening ceremony held last evening at Trinitas Regional Medical Center in Elizabeth, a brand new and expanded $18.7 million dollar Emergency Department was unveiled.

The new emergency department was named for Trinitas President and CEO Gary S. Horan to pay tribute to his decades of leadership in the healthcare field. FACHE, (Fellow of the American College ...

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