Because there is no opening ceremony for this year's Special Olympics, the run is not going to culminate at The College of New Jersey, but rather will be a point-to-point event connecting its dozens of different routes.
Once again this year, corrections officers from the Union County Jail in Elizabeth will be dressing up as superheroes to participate in the Law Enforcement Torch Run, which leads up to the opening ceremonies of the Special Olympics Summer Games in Ewing.
As New Jersey gears up to host its annual Special Olympics Summer Games in June, one group of law enforcement officers is again bringing attention, awareness and funding to the athletes in their own unique way.
Yesterday we were a few blocks from where they film the infamous MTV show The Jersey Shore, which many say portrays the area of Seaside Heights in a negative light. However, there's another side to our Jersey Shore. It's a much more positive side...