ELIZABETH — Arlene Meny enjoys bike riding—as long as the route is fairly flat. So when the 62-year-old Summit resident is in the mood for some exercise, she will take her bike up to the Great Swamp or down the Shore.
STATE – Even though the grand prize was not awarded in Wednesday evening’s Powerball drawing, a New Jersey retailer sold a ticket that won the $200,000 second prize for matching all 5 white numbers.
WESTFIELD — The Friends of Westfield Symphony Orchestra, the auxiliary and fundraising arm of the orchestra, will present a medley of five stylish residences in its annual home tour to take place on June 5 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
CLARK – Owning a home for the first time typically means encountering unfamiliar situations. New homeowners can become overwhelmed with the abundance of chores, repairs, and fix-it to-dos around their new abode — a top priority, however, is keeping a home safe from hazards that could create injuries.
UNION — “Transformations,” a solo show by Leona M Seufert, will be on exhibit May 18 – June 29, 2010 at The Les Malamut Art Gallery at 1980 Morris Avenue, Union.
TRENTON – Two lucky New Jersey Lottery players have won the Powerball second prize of $200,000 for the Saturday, May 15 drawing. One winning ticket was sold at Belleville Tobacco & Hobby Center, located in Belleville. Another winning ticket was purchased at Krauszer’s #465, located in North Brunswick.
Dear EarthTalk: I heard that Walmart is having a bigger positive impact on the environment than any other U.S. institution. What are they doing along these lines? — R. Schlansker, Beaverton, OR
CLARK– The American Cancer Society, along with Clark Township, will be hosting an overnight “Birthday Party”, expecting more than 1,000 guests. However, this is not a birthday celebration in the usual sense.
STATE — The Social Security Administration recently announced the most popular baby names in New Jersey for 2009.
UNION—On Monday, May 17, at 7 p.m., the Union Public Library will host a presentation on two of New Jersey’s most famous and colorful political figures of its past: Jersey City Mayor Frank Hague, and Atlantic City Mayor Enoch L. “Nucky” Johnson.