9/11 Memorial, Kitten Saved — Top News in Union County Patch Towns This Week
Stories that made the greatest impact in our Union County towns this week.
Late summer and early fall are typically the most critical times of the year to be aware of the potential for the dangers of contracting West Nile Virus from mosquito bites.
On Sept. 11, Union County will remember County residents lost during 9/11 at the Union County September 11th Memorial in Echo Lake Park.
As part of the North Central Reliability Project, residents could see a monopole constructed closer to home.
The following information was submitted by the Cranford Police Department. An arrest does not indicate a conviction.
All over the county, public school students headed back to the classroom. Here's a look at some of the photos submitted by readers in Cranford.
The following arrest information was provided by the Clark Police Department. It does not indicate a conviction.
Families and friends come out to see officers get sworn in to new positions.
Workers at the Cranford Sunoco helped rescue a kitten from a pretty unusual place.
The 63-year-old bicyclist from Rahway was struck by a car at the intersection of South Ave. and La Grande Ave. in Fanwood on Friday, Aug. 31. He is expected to make a full recovery.
A crowd of nearly 60 Democrats gathered at the Scotch Plains Rescue Squad on Thursday evening to watch President Obama accept the Democratic Party's nomination.
New Providence Police pursued and captured a suspect who fled into the wooded area behind a local school while students were being released for the day.
Police are searching for two suspects believed to be connected with possible carjacking in a Central Avenue shopping area.
Summit resident thrown out of The Famished Frog for fighting with other patrons and then tells security he'd shoot him, according to police report.