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Gas prices down slightly in Central Jersey

The price at the pump is down for a second straight week in Central Jersey.  Here are the local averages, followed by the AAA national average, for the week ending July 3rd, 2015:      Regular – Central Jersey:  $2.50, down 4-cents – National:  $2.77, down 1-cent.        Mid-grade – Central Jersey:  $2.79, down 1-cent –…

Charges upgraded against Plainfield man accused in fatal Route 1 crash

Charges have been upgraded against a Plainfield man authorities say ran a red light on Route One in Edison, and caused a crash that killed a township woman.  29-year-old Chiwueze Ebere now faces aggravated manslaughter charges — and his bail was increased to $150,000 — after investigators with the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office developed further…

Maine’s governor endorses Christie for President

Maine Gov. Paul LePage has endorsed Governor Christie, a day after he officially joined the 2016 Republican presidential primary.  LePage became the first Republican governor to announce a pick in the presidential race.  The outspoken leader called Christie “the real deal.”  Christie set aside a morning event in New Hampshire and detoured to Maine to…

New app drives push to “buy local” in Woodbridge

The push to get people to “buy local” is being taken to another level in Woodbridge, where the township has unveiled its very own app aimed at directing customers to local businesses.  Mayor John McCormac and others debuted the app on a downtown tour Wednesday through the township’s many business districts, stopping in Colonia, Fords…

Rainy June saves Central Jersey from drought

A rainy June appears to have rescued Central Jersey — and the rest of the state — from a dangerous summer drought.  State Climatologist Dave Robinson says the New Brunswick area say 6.13 inches of rain in June, 1.74 inches more than normal.  That’s the 15th-wettest June on record, and sixth-wettest since 2001.  Robinson says…

Middlesex Borough Police Chief retires after 31 years on the force

The Chief of Police in Middlesex Borough has retired… after more than three decades with the department.  Chief Craig Young spent his last day on the job yesterday.  He was the first DARE officer in the Middlesex Police Department, five years after joining the force as a patrolman in 1984.  He’s been Chief since 2011,…