Here's a roundup of some of the top stories throughout Union County during the week of Sept. 23-29.
Other top stories from around the state this week include a Princeton University store employee charged with prostitution and a deadly shooting at a popular restaurant in Newark.
OAS will present a play based on a best-selling novel, beginning Oct. 18.
Police & Fire
Summit lost 9 of its residents in the Sept. 11, terrorist attacks. A piece of the World Trade Center was presented to the Summit Volunteer First Aid Squad.
The Neighborhood Files
A number of the events this weekend are rain or shine so bring your umbrella and enjoy all the fall festivities that are planned.
The following films are playing in Westfield and Cranford.
Under Muñoz’s bill, a person convicted of aggravated sexual assault on someone under the age of 13, is guilty of a first degree crime.
Scammers often prey on the elderly.
The drive continues through Oct. 25.
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Valerie Sudol will share the myths and facts behind a successful garden at Union County’s Trailside Nature and Science Center in Mountainside.
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