After being closed for over a year, Feaster Park’s fences have come down, and the five-acre park in the heart of the city is once again open to the public.
Mitch Karon has returned to the top position at the New Brunswick Parking Authority, less than two years after he retired from the same post.
The borough will be getting a new Mayor soon, after a close contest in the Republican primary election led to the defeat of three-term incumbent John Krenzel.
One of the high-powered members of Rutgers University’s Board of Governors has been tapped to join a federal board to advise The White House.
Mark Angelson, a corporate executive who lives in New York but also leads the $4 billion State University of New Jersey, will join the President’s Intelligence Advisory Board (PIAB).
After a challenged election, a refused appeal, and a long wait, voting is underway in the “do-over” election for one of Old Bridge’s nine Township Council seats.
Rob Bengivenga, a five-term councilman from South Plainfield, defeated Perth Amboy Republican Chair Sharon Hubberman by a vote of 191-79 to become the next MCRO Chairman.
A few Franklin Township residents remain committed to trying to preserve a heavily wooded parcel of value to their local neighborhood that now is the proposed construction site for a new library branch.