PARSIPPANY – This year, Americans will spend close to $9 billion on candy, and in October a lot of that candy will end up on the teeth of trick-or-treating children. Delta Dental of New Jersey wants to remind parents that when it comes to cavities and teeth, not all candy is created equal.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP– In July 1995, Serb forces slaughtered more than 8,000 Bosnian-Muslim men and boys in Srebrenica–a town allegedly under UN protection. In remembrance of this genocide, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey has been hosting a series of commemorative and reflective programs.
Blood Drive • Oct. 23 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. – The Deutscher Club of Clark, 787 Featherbed Lane, will hold a blood drive. Donors will receive a $15 gas card. Info: 1-800-652-5663 x140.
A sweet ‘n’ salty, kettle popcorn of a film, Robert Schwentke’s “Red” is a mixture of farce and shoot-‘em-up action certain to warm the cockles of any retiree’s heart.
I have a morning ritual that I follow without fail every Monday through Friday. After the alarm goes off, I make my way to the bathroom, turn on the radio and begin my shower, makeup and hair routine.
PERTH AMBOY-The Masonic Temple at 262 State St. was built with funds raised among the Masonic Fraternity 1923-1924.
TRENTON — The New Jersey State Library Talking Book & Braille Center’s (TBBC) Braille and Audio Reading Download service (BARD) for the blind and physically handicapped registered over 1,000 users just six months after assuming the administration of the program in NJ from the National Library Service for the Blind and Physically Handicapped (NLS), Library of Congress.
WALL TOWNSHIP –Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) Chief Administrator Raymond P. Martinez today joined NASCAR driver Ryan Truex, the Truex family and others in the racing community at Wall Stadium to unveil the state’s new line of NASCAR-themed license plates.
STATE – For the second consecutive year, Friendly Ice Cream Corporation is supporting Easter Seals Camp Friendly’s through a special Halloween campaign that lets you give out free ice cream as an alternative to traditional Halloween candy.
NEWARK—On Thanksgiving weekend, the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra and Music Director Jacques Lacombe present a vibrant program featuring Elgar’s timeless Enigma Variations and NJSO Concertmaster Eric Wyrick performing Princetonian Edward T. Cone’s Concerto for Violin and Small Orchestra, as part of the Orchestra’s New Jersey Roots Project.