WOODBRIDGE, NJ—A Township Councilman is now serving as the county's Superintendent of Schools on an interim basis after an appointment by Governor Phil Murphy.

Kyle Anderson, one of four Woodbridge Council members elected in Township-wide "at-large" elections, started the new $120,000 per year job as of May 29.

That salary comes in addition to his $12,000 annual pay for serving in the elected local office, which he has held since 2011.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ–On May 14, a new food place opened in George Street.  Actually two new food places, but who's counting?

Eric Hang, 24, is the manager of Cambo box, which offers "Cambodian inspired sandwiches & rice bowls." Tim Wong, 30, is the manager of Poke Nagomi, which offers customers a chance to "create your own bowl."

Both establishments occupy the space at 342 George Street, previously home to Fiesta Mexican Restaurant.

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ—A project to put historical New Jersey local newspapers online recently received a grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities.

New Jersey Digital Newspaper Project (NJDNP), a collaboration between Rutgers, the New Jersey State Archives, and the New Jersey State Library, will use the $219,609 grant to digitize late 19th century and early 20th century records of three newspapers: Bridgeton Pioneer, Jersey City News, and Perth Amboy Evening News.

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