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Houlihan’s Brings Stylish, Contemporary Casual Dining Experience and New Small Plates Menu to Woodbridge

Houlihan’s Brings Stylish, Contemporary Casual Dining Experience and New Small Plates Menu to Woodbridge

Woodbridge, NJ – Houlihan’s, a stylish casual dining brand for nearly 40 years, opened its newest location today in Woodbridge at 65 U.S. Route 1 South (1/4 mile north of the Menlo Park Mall).  Houlihan’s offers diners fresh-from-scratch cooking in a contemporary setting with an energetic bar scene. 

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'A Township Remembers' Woodbridge to Honor 9/11 Victims at Interfaith Memorial Service

'A Township Remembers' Woodbridge to Honor 9/11 Victims at Interfaith Memorial Service

Woodbridge Township will honor victims of 9/11 at the Woodbridge Township Municipal Building on Tuesday, Sept. 7 at 6 p.m. in front of the 9/11 memorial.

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Woodbridge Joins Nationwide Support of HERO Campaign

Woodbridge Joins Nationwide Support of HERO Campaign

Mayor John E. McCormac, Woodbridge Township officials, local business owners and members of the community announced their official support of the Ensign John R. Elliott HERO Campaign for designated drivers June 29 at a press conference.

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Woodbridge Mayor John E. McCormac Named "Environmentalist of the Year"

Woodbridge Mayor John E. McCormac Named

Mayor John E. McCormac was named "Environmentalist of the Year" for 2014 by the Governor's Environmental Excellence Awards which recognize environmental, academic, business, government, civic and citizen leaders from across New Jersey for their commitment to protect and enhance the state's environment.

In announcing the prestigious award at a ceremony at the State Museum in Trenton, Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) Commissioner Bob Martin, said that Woodbridge Mayor John E. McCormac had been selected "Environmentalist of the Year" for 2014. The Governor's Environmental Excellence Award noted that since becoming mayor in 2006, John E. McCormac implemented environmental and sustainable programs to protect and restore the environment, while taking into account Woodbridge's economic and financial factors. His accomplishments support his belief that "if you go green, you will save green."

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National Public Lands Day is Sept. 27 Volunteer to Clean-Up Woodbridge

Join Woodbridge in celebrating National Public Lands Day on Sat., Sept. 27, 2014. National Public Lands Day is the nation's largest hands-on volunteer effort geared to clean-up and restore the natural beauty of public lands, parks, playgrounds and recreational areas.

Want to Help!!! We're looking for hands-on volunteers to clean-up our parks, school grounds, playgrounds and public areas. It's easy... contact Niven Raghib and the Woodbridge Department of Recreation at 732-596-4047 or niven.ragnib@twp.woodbridge.nj.us.

And that's not all!!! National Public Lands Day also serves as the kick-off for the "Ernie Oros Woodbridge River Celebration"... a FREE festival and celebration gets underway at 11:00 A.M. at the Ernie Oros Wildlife Preserve in Avenel... Guided Kayak & Canoe trips on the Woodbridge River... Walking tour of the Butterfly Park at Pin Oak Forest... Food & Beverages... Live Music... The Ernie Oros Wildlife Preserve is located off Omar Ave. between Rahway Ave. and Blair Road in Avenel.

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