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Rep. Leonard Lance Fields Questions on Russian Sanctions, Electoral College, DACA Reform in 46th Town Hall in Bridgewater

February 12, 2018

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - With Bridgewater Township Police prepared outside the Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School for potential protestors, Rep. Leonard Lance, R-7, held his 46th town hall meeting Saturday, fielding questions from constituents about his thoughts on the relevance of the electoral college, sanctions on Russia and immigration reform.

Only two protestors made an appearance as people ...

The Township to Host Session as Part of Their Bully-Free Zone Cyberbullying Certification Program

UNION, NJ – As part of the Township’s Bully-Free Zone Cyberbullying Certification Program, an educational session on understanding and preventing cyberbullying will be held on March 1.

“The phenomenon of cyberbullying isn’t native to Union,” said Mayor Suzette Cavadas.  “Union is taking the first innovative step toward ensuring that safe online spaces ...

Congressman Hosts Town Hall in Bridgewater

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - New Jersey Rep. Leonard Lance (R-7th) will host his 46th in-person town hall meeting on Saturday, Feb. 10 beginning at 9 am at Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School, 128 Merriwood Road.

During the town hall meeting, Lance will take questions on the important issues facing Congress and the American people.  Lance will discuss government funding, ...

Union Police Sergeant Admits to Theft of Overtime Payments

February 15, 2018

UNION, NJ – After a two-month investigation, a Union Police Department sergeant admitted to accepting thousands of dollars in overtime pay he did not earn, said acting Union County Prosecutor Michael A. Monahan.

Michael Wittevrongel, 47, will forfeit his job and will also serve a term of probation and will pay restitution in the amount of $6,400 following a plea to a charge of ...

Overnight Carjacking at the Scotchwood Diner on Rte. 22 in Scotch Plains

SCOTCH PLAINS, NJ -- Police are searching for the suspects who carjacked a vehicle in the parking lot of the Scotchwood Diner (1928 Route 22) in Scotch Plains just before 1:00 a.m. today, according to Breaking News Network (BNN).

Police arrived and were told that two male suspects, who reportedly did not display a weapon, took a white Toyota Camry from the victim and then sped away ...

More Details About the Friday Morning Crash That Injured Six

UNION, NJ – More details have emerged surrounding the accident in which a vehicle crashed into a home on Cedar Avenue injuring all six occupants Friday morning.

According to Union police, a 2002 Nissan Exterra, driven by Joseph Cajuste, was traveling west on Vauxhall Road near the intersection of Stuyvesant Avenue when his vehicle was struck by a 2010 Chevy Camaro attempting to ...

Reservations Now Available for Lunch with Peter Pan and Captain Hook

February 18, 2018

UNION, NJ – Captain Hook and Peter Pan will be hosting a luncheon in Neverland in anticipation of the Union High School Performing Art Center’s upcoming production of “Peter Pan”.

The event, scheduled for March 18 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Union High School, includes assorted sandwiches and baked goods, arts and crafts, a meet-and-greet with Peter Pan, Captain ...

Union Teachers to Rally on Rare Disease Awareness Day in Support of Dup15q Syndrome

UNION, NJ – February 28th is Rare Disease Awareness Day and teachers in Union are pitching in by wearing jeans and a blue shirt and donating $5 to '“RARE” your BLUE for Dup15q' Day.

Union High School Counselor Lauren Weissberg is sponsoring the district-wide dress down day in support of the Dup15q Alliance and her son Holden, who is diagnosed with the rare genetic ...

Jefferson School Teacher to Receive NJ PTA Outstanding Teacher Award

UNION, NJ – A Jefferson School teacher has been named the New Jersey State PTA Outstanding Teacher of the Year.

Computer teacher Kristin Nunes has always been supportive of the PTA, said Jefferson School PTA President Heather Solares. 

“We, as a board, decided to nominate Kristin because we were so taken with the way she was so dedicated to the children, their families, and ...

Two Union High School Student-Athletes Sign to Play with Colleges

February 13, 2018

UNION, NJ – Two members of the Union High School football team signed to play for colleges next year.

On Friday, Andy Martin committed to ASA College and Arthur Pickney to Marist College.

Linebacker Pickney, 17, said, “when I visited Marist and met the coach and the coaching staff and some of the players, it was great.  It’s a young program and I’ll get a chance ...

World Famous Special Olympics Speaker and Athlete Loretta Claiborne visits Burnet Middle School

UNION, NJ – Burnet Middle School students played host to a special guest recently when Loretta Claiborne, a world famous speaker who competed in six Special Olympic Games, visited.

Claiborne came to Burnet Middle School to film a documentary on the Special Olympics 50th Anniversary.  Burnet Middle School was chosen because of their Unified Sports Program and Club.

Claiborne told ...

Bowling: Union Catholic's Lowey and Surles Advance to Tournament of Champions

HACKENSACK, NJ -- Kaitlyn Lowey and Goldera Surles, who have helped lead Union Catholic to one of its best seasons in recent years, each qualified for the NJSIAA Girls Bowling Tournament of Champions with great performances at Saturday's NJSIAA Sectional Championships at Bowler City in Hackensack.   

Lowey rolled a series of 584 and Surles, who lives in Union racked up a 568 in ...

Winter Storm Watch for Union

February 16, 2018

UNION, NJ – The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for Union from Saturday evening through Sunday morning.

Heavy snow is possible with snow accumulations of four to seven inches.  The National Weather Service says travel may be difficult with the possibility of significant reductions in visibility.

The snow is expected to begin late ...

Trinitas Hospital Issues New Visiting Guidelines During Flu Season

ELIZABETH, NJ –Trinitas Regional Medical Center has issued new visiting guidelines due to the heightened flu activity this season. 

Visitor restrictions are in place based on the following guidelines:

Anyone with fever/flu-like symptoms should not visit.
Children under the age of 12 years old, who are not receiving services from the hospital, are restricted from ...

Atlantic Health, Five Additional NJ Hospital Systems Partner to Form 'Healthcare Transformation Consortium'

MORRISTOWN, NJ - Recently, Amazon, Berkshire Hathaway and JP Morgan Chase announced they were joining forces to reduce healthcare costs. Now six New Jersey-based health care systems, including Atlantic Health System -- parent corporation of Summit's Overlook Medical Center -- have been working on the same goal, and have formed a consortium designed to reduce costs, expand ...

Mike Zuko at Salem Roadhouse Cafe

February 18, 2018

Raised on a diet of The Beatles, Buddy Holly and The Doors, Michael Zuko was exposed first hand to the thrilling music of the legendary 70s NYC club scene. Zuko and the band show a skilled singer-songwriter who is backed by solid musical talent, bringing original, fresh and intelligent lyrics to the stage. A true entertainer, Mike engages the audience fully and leaves them wanting more. Mike and ...

Reservations Now Available for Lunch with Peter Pan and Captain Hook

UNION, NJ – Captain Hook and Peter Pan will be hosting a luncheon in Neverland in anticipation of the Union High School Performing Art Center’s upcoming production of “Peter Pan”.

The event, scheduled for March 18 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Union High School, includes assorted sandwiches and baked goods, arts and crafts, a meet-and-greet with Peter Pan, Captain ...

Free Union County Women’s History Month Event Showcases World War I Centennial

The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders invites residents and visitors to come and listen to an American Salvation Army volunteer describe her experiences on the battlefield of France in 1918, when Union County’s celebration of Women’s History Month features Ms. Laurie MacDonald-Gaulke, actress and storyteller, in a special free presentation of “Doughnuts for Doughboys: A ...

At Democrats’ Springfield Candidate Forum, Mandelblatt Endorses Malinkowski and Drops Out of Race

February 9, 2018

SPRINGFIELD, NJ – At the beginning of the night’s forum, there were seven people running for the opportunity to run as the Democrats’ candidate for District 7 in New Jersey.   It is expected the winner will face the incumbent Congressman Leonard Lance (R) in November.

Half way through the opening statements, candidate Lisa Mandleblatt of Westfield made her opening ...

NJ Transit Proposes Discontinuing Bus No 95, With Stops in Union

February 18, 2018

NEWARK, NJ – NJ Transit is proposing the discontinuation of Bus Route No. 95 in the Somerset-Union-Essex County corridor.  The No. 95 bus runs between Watchung and Newark along the Route 22 corridor with stops in Westfield, Mountainside, Springfield and Union.

According to their website, NJ Transit is considering the discontinuation of the line due to low ridership and the ...

Pop Up Theater at Union Center's BCB Bank: 'Love Letters'

UNION, NJ -  A bank, a library, an Italian restaurant -- where will they POP UP next?  

Union Center’s BCB Community Bank will be hosting free performances of 'Love Letters', a play by A.R. Gurney, the latest in a series of POP UP Theater events in Union’s Downtown Center presented by The Theater Project.

“BCB Community Bank supports and celebrates the ...

Longhorn Steakhouse in Springfield Makes Donation to New Jersey Veterans Network

SPRINGFIELD, NJ - Longhorn Steakhouse just beat the rain on Saturday to make a generous donation to the New Jersey Veterans Network.

The check for $3,902 was tendered by Longhorn Steakhouse’s managing partner, Anthony Levy, to Michael Boll, the Network’s president, and David Tyms, the Network’s vice president, in a brief outdoor ceremony on February 10th, before the American ...

Lifelong Union Resident Shares His Experiences as Police Officer in a New Book

February 14, 2018

UNION, NJ – Law and justice is in Jim Ford’s blood.

A lifelong Union resident, Ford, 65, retired as a Chatham Township police officer after 26-years of service.  He began his career as a Junior Police Officer in Union when he was a junior at Union High School.  

Ford just published his memoir, “The Other Side of the Line”, about his career as a police ...

Passaic Man Admits to String of Bank Robberies, Including the Union Wells Fargo Bank

NEWARK, N.J. – A Passaic man admitted Tuesday to robbing a Union Wells Fargo bank and five other banks in Hudson, Union, and Passaic counties in June and July of 2016, U.S. Attorney Craig Carpenito announced.

Quentin Morales, a/k/a “Quinton Morales,” 27, pleaded guilty before U.S. District Judge Peter G. Sheridan in Trenton federal court to an information charging him with ...

Union Man Admits to Fatal Stabbing of Father Last Year

UNION COUNTY, NJ - A Union man has admitted to stabbing his father to death last year, acting Union County Prosecutor Michael A. Monahan announced Tuesday.

Jeffrey Adams, 21, pleaded guilty Monday before state Superior Court Judge William Daniel to a single count of first-degree aggravated manslaughter in connection with the death of 59-year-old Michael Adams.  

At approximately 11:45 ...

Union Teachers to Rally on Rare Disease Awareness Day in Support of Dup15q Syndrome

February 17, 2018

UNION, NJ – February 28th is Rare Disease Awareness Day and teachers in Union are pitching in by wearing jeans and a blue shirt and donating $5 to '“RARE” your BLUE for Dup15q' Day.

Union High School Counselor Lauren Weissberg is sponsoring the district-wide dress down day in support of the Dup15q Alliance and her son Holden, who is diagnosed with the rare genetic ...

Washington School Donates 230 Cans of Soup Through Their "Soup-er Bowl" Collection

UNION, NJ – Washington School students were able to combine their desire to give with their love of football through their recent “Soup-er Bowl” donation drive.

With each can of soup brought into school, students were able to vote for the team they wanted to win the Super Bowl by placing their soup can in their team’s box.

The “Soup-er Bowl” ...

Longhorn Steakhouse in Springfield Makes Donation to New Jersey Veterans Network

SPRINGFIELD, NJ - Longhorn Steakhouse just beat the rain on Saturday to make a generous donation to the New Jersey Veterans Network.

The check for $3,902 was tendered by Longhorn Steakhouse’s managing partner, Anthony Levy, to Michael Boll, the Network’s president, and David Tyms, the Network’s vice president, in a brief outdoor ceremony on February 10th, before the American ...

Workshop for the Vauxhall Community 'Square Foot' Garden

February 17, 2018

UNION, NJ - The new Vauxhall Community Garden will be located at Eastside Ave and Springfield Ave (across from Whole Foods and Bank of America).  The planning phase is nearly complete.

Square Foot Gardening will be used at this site and will consist of above ground boxes.

On February 28, Golden Rule Lodge #24 and Golden Rule Chapter #50 will host a workshop facilitated ...

Union Student Among Two Recognized for Award Winning Video for Catholic Schools Week

February 10, 2018

TRENTON, NJ – A Union resident was among two Union Catholic students honored at the New Jersey State House in Trenton on Thursday for their award winning Catholic Schools Week video project in a contest sponsored by the New Jersey Network of Catholic School Families.

The theme of the video project by Brian McMillan of Union and Zach Piazza of Carteret was “Why I Love My Catholic ...

New Jersey Re-entry Corporation Opens Doors in Elizabeth to Help Court-Involved Individuals Get a New Start

ELIZABETH, NJ - The New Jersey Re-entry Corporation opened their doors recently to officials and the public to get a good look at their newest location and what they have to offer to people living in Union County that have a criminal record and may need extra help to get a job, housing and more.

Located at 214-A Commerce Place in Elizabeth, is the newest branch of the New Jersey Re-entry ...

With Valentine’s Day Being a Wednesday - Travel is Difficult - How About Enjoying a Romantic Travel Film Instead?

February 12, 2018

TAPintoTravels - Normally, it is not a practice of TAPinto Travels to discourage vacationing for such a romantic holiday.  With Valentine’s Day being a Wednesday, it simply isn’t practical. Instead, why not watch a romantic movie that will certainly encourage you to travel to a wonderful location?  TAPinto Travels recommends Somewhere in Time.  

It is one of our ...

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Reservations Now Available for Lunch with Peter Pan and Captain Hook

February 18, 2018

UNION, NJ – Captain Hook and Peter Pan will be hosting a luncheon in Neverland in anticipation of the Union High School Performing Art Center’s upcoming production of “Peter Pan”.

The event, scheduled for March 18 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Union High School, includes assorted sandwiches and baked goods, arts and crafts, a meet-and-greet with Peter Pan, Captain ...

Workshop for the Vauxhall Community 'Square Foot' Garden

UNION, NJ - The new Vauxhall Community Garden will be located at Eastside Ave and Springfield Ave (across from Whole Foods and Bank of America).  The planning phase is nearly complete.

Square Foot Gardening will be used at this site and will consist of above ground boxes.

On February 28, Golden Rule Lodge #24 and Golden Rule Chapter #50 will host a workshop facilitated ...

Union Historical Society Hosts Tour and Brunch

UNION, NJ - The Union Township Historical Society will be hosting a historical tour and Sunday brunch on April 22.

The tour includes visits to George Washington's Headquarters in Tappan -- the DeWint House, and The 76 House -- the oldest tavern in New York (1686).

Tickets are $75 per person.  The tour leaves from Burnet Middle School at 10:00 a.m. and returns to Union at ...

Union High School's January Female Athlete of the Month: Kiara Powell

February 13, 2018

UNION, NJ – Union High School senior Kiara Powell has been selected January’s Female Athlete of the Month, sponsored by Service Professionals.

Powell is a member of the co-ed bowling team.  She is the Union County Individual Girls Champion, achieving first place for Group 4 North 2 Sectional Tournament.  Powell rolled a 267, a high game in that tournament.

What’s ...

Union High School's January Male Athlete of the Month: Kai Legband

UNION, NJ – Union High School senior Kai Legband has been selected January’s Male Athlete of the Month, sponsored by Service Professionals.

Legband is on the boys swim team and is the Union County Champion in 50m and 100m Freestyle.

What’s your favorite part of being a high school athlete?. 

The acknowledgement, recognition, and respect I receive from everyone and ...

Upcoming Events

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Mon, February 19

The Gateway Family YMCA, Union

YMCA Open House

Arts & Entertainment Giving Back Health & Wellness

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Tue, February 20, 11:00 AM

Union Public Library, Union

Pre-K Interactive Learning Time: “Puzzles, ...

Arts & Entertainment

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Tue, February 20, 12:30 PM

Vauxhall Public Library, Vauxhall

Tai Chi - Free Exercise Program For Mature Adults

Health & Wellness

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Wed, February 21, 10:30 AM

Union Public Library, Union

Babies in the Library

Education

Twenty-Eight Union Students Named to Seton Hall Dean's List

February 16, 2018

SOUTH ORANGE, NJ - News from Seton Hall University:  

The following Union students have been named to the Fall 2017 Dean's List at Seton Hall University:

Radjanie Antoine

Hamza Ashraf

Jonathan Barcelos

Christopher Arnold Blaza

Meaghan Caulfield

Lauren Colandro

Kevin Cordova

Kristine Demagajes

Lianne Joseph

Monique Krakowski

Austin ...

Kayla Douberley Inducted into the Iota Iota Iota National Honor Society

ELMIRA, NY - Kayla Douberley of Union was one of nine Elmira College students inducted into the Iota Iota Iota (or Triota) National Honor Society for Women's Studies during a ceremony recently held in Cowles Hall, Elmira College.

The induction ceremony recognized students who have excelled academically in gender and women's studies, and fostered feminist scholarship, promoted personal ...

Kristen Lian earns Dean's List Honors at Saint Joseph's University

PHILADELPHIA, PA - Kristen Lian, of Union earned Dean's List honors at Saint Joseph's University for the Fall 2017 semester. Lian studies Communication Studies in the University's College of Arts and Sciences. Students must achieve a grade point average of 3.5 or above, a B or greater in all their classes, and complete at least 15 credits to earn Dean's List status for a ...

Rahway's Rayford Charged with Distributing Fentanyl-laced Crack Cocaine that Killed 3 Rahway Residents

February 10, 2018

RAHWAY, NJ - George Rayford, 38 of Rahway, has been arrested and charged with distributing crack cocaine that led to the death of three people and sent others to the hospital, it was announced Friday by Union County Prosecutor Michael A. Monahan.

“Considering the high levels of purity found in illegal drugs being sold throughout Union County and New Jersey, as well as the potential ...

24th Annual Hoops to End Homelessness Basketball Classic Raises Much Needed Funds for Elizabeth Coalition to House the Homeless

ELIZABETH, NJ – The 24th Annual Hoops to End Homelessness was another night of exciting basketball when six local teams paired off to compete to benefit the Elizabeth Coalition’s programs, in particular, its Operation Warm Heart Program, a winter shelter program for the chronically homeless.

The event took place Feb. 3 at the Dunn Sports Center on Pearl Street. Two teams of Union ...

Suspect in Newark Homicide Apparently Shoots Self After Vehicle Chase Ends in Summit

SUMMIT, NJ - A suspect in a shooting that claimed the life of a Newark woman apparently shot himself after a police pursuit ended in the vicinity of Overlook Medical Center in Summit.

According to abc7ny,com, the woman -- 28-year-old Tiffany Wilson -- was discovered deceased in a vehicle in Newark, and a dark-colored Sport Utility Vehicle was seen speeding away from the scene.

Mike Zuko at Salem Roadhouse Cafe

February 18, 2018

Raised on a diet of The Beatles, Buddy Holly and The Doors, Michael Zuko was exposed first hand to the thrilling music of the legendary 70s NYC club scene. Zuko and the band show a skilled singer-songwriter who is backed by solid musical talent, bringing original, fresh and intelligent lyrics to the stage. A true entertainer, Mike engages the audience fully and leaves them wanting more. Mike and ...

2018 Union County St. Patrick's Day Parade Honorees

UNION COUNTY, NJ - Union County Freeholder Chairman Sergio Granados, Vice Chairman Bette Jane Kowalski and Freeholder Alexander Mirabella presented resolutions to the 2018 Union County St. Patrick’s Day Parade Grand Marshal John McPartlan, General Chairwoman Kathleen M. Holmes and Parade Adjutant Pam Joyce congratulating them on the 22nd annual parade.

The 2018 Union County St.

Atlantic Health System Earns Spot for 10th Year on Fortune’s ‘100 Best Companies To Work For®’ List

Atlantic Health System, a leading provider of health care in New Jersey, today celebrated a decade of excellence after it was recognized among Fortune’s “100 Best Companies to Work For®,” ranking number 74 in its tenth consecutive year on the prestigious annual list.

 

It is the only health care delivery system from New Jersey, and the top-ranked New Jersey based ...

Union County Partners in Upcoming Hiring Events

Union County, NJ – The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders is pleased to announce two hiring event opportunities coming up with Griswold Home Care of Union County and the United Airlines Summer Assist youth program.

“We always want to make sure our residents are aware of new opportunities for employment, and I would like to thank Griswold Home Care and United Airlines for ...

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AtlantiCast

AtlantiCast Medical Minute: Atlantic Orthopedic Institute’s Scoliosis and Spinal Deformity Center

On this episode of the AtlantiCast Medical Minute, we’ll take you inside the Atlantic Orthopedic Institute’s Scoliosis and Spinal Deformity Center, with the center’s director, Jason Lowenstein, MD.

Video Link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1M7euCp86-c

AtlantiCast Episode 011

Breaking Atlantic Health System news on this week’s AtlantiCast! Plus, find out why Morristown Medical Center is one of the best hospitals in the nation when it comes to recovering from joint surgery, see the newest center for fighting brain cancer and an Atlantic Health System red-carpet premiere!

 

Super Carb Diet by Bob Harper

Super Carb Diet by Bob Harper with Danny Pellegrino (St. Martin's Press, 2017)

It's hard to go on a serious diet, one on which you expect to be successful and maintain a loss. Fortunately, in his new book Super Carb Diet, Bob Harper has given the weight watching world a sensible new diet plan to help achieve a healthy weight.

Harper, host of NBC's popular show The Biggest Loser, ...

Two Nights by Kathy Reichs

Two Nights by Kathy Reichs (Bantom,2017)

How does a writer of a beloved series like Harry Potter or Temperance Brennan break out of their readers' expectations and try something new? For J.K. Rowlings it was the novels penned under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith; books about a maimed and very flawed private detective with the unlikely name of Cormoran Strike. For Kathy Reichs, it is the ...

'What Stays' exposes family secrets and lies

‘What Stays’ exposes family secrets, resentment and lies

By Liz Keill

SUMMIT, NJ – In an original play by Laura Ekstrand and Jason Szamreta, the Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre has provided an enlightening, funny and heart-felt view of family foibles.

Ekstrand has said that the germ of the play came from conversations with the ensemble members of the troupe, based on ...

'American Hero' explores with powerful performances

‘American Hero’ pulses with tension, clashing emotions at George Street

By Liz Keill

NEW BRUNWICK – The issue of social injustice makes its way into “American Hero,” the second play in a trilogy by Christopher Demo-Brown.

Armand Schultz as Rob is to receive a medal of honor for his heroic actions during the Iraq war. Although he lost the use of his legs, he ...

What Union is Reading: January 2018

February 13, 2018

It is said that you can tell a lot about a person by what they read but can you tell as much about a community by what they read? Take a look and see what you think.

The top five circulated fiction and non-fiction books at the Union Public Library for January 2018 were:

Adult Fiction

1.     Don't Let Go by Harlan Coben 

2.     End Game ...

Let's Talk Teeth

Let’s TALK about TEETH!

Since February is Children’s dental health month we thought we’d share a few tips on how to make sure your little ones keep their teeth healthy and strong!

The Basics – Brushing two times a day for two minutes is one of the most important ways to keep teeth free of plaque. Brushing after breakfast is recommended because most children’s ...

Millburn Volleyball Coach Arrested on Charges of Sexual Contact with a Minor

February 13, 2018

MIDDLESEX COUNTY, N.J. — Peter Nguyen, Millburn High School's head volleyball coach and a bookkeeper for the Millburn Township Board of Education, was arrested today and charged with one count of sexual contact with a 14-year old female who was a member of the Impact Volleyball Club. Nguyen also faces two second degree counts of endangering the welfare of a ...

Smithereens Bandmates Reunite and Play Show Honoring Scotch Plains Music Legend Pat DiNizio

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Two of the founding members of the Smithereens reunited at New Brunswick's Court Tavern on Saturday, Feb. 3, to pay tribute to the late Pat DiNizio, the band’s lead singer, who died in December.

The concert, titled “Blood & Roses: The Court Tavern Memorial Tribute to Pat DiNizio,” featured 15 of the alternative band’s hits from over the ...

Letters to the Editor

ICUC Dr. Wail Rasheed Reacting to Florida Shooting

February 15, 2018

If we were to count the number of lives lost to violence, crime, mass shootings or terror attacks in the US this past year alone, clearly the sacredness of life has no value to the ruthless perpetrators, for all of them are doing the same thing; taking away a God given right from people, the right to exist.

The diverse religious communities in the US must stand strong in denouncing ...