ROSELAND – Hurricane Sandy wreaked havoc on the lives of thousands in the tri-state area. Clearly, the immediate need is food, shelter and medical care. But in the weeks to come, individuals and businesses will be faced with a variety of financial ramifications from the storm. New Jersey Society of CPAs members offer a few helpful tips.
ROBBINSVILLE — November is national diabetes month and the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association warns that people living with type 2 diabetes are at an increased risk for cardiovascular diseases, such as stroke or heart attack. The leading cause of death among people with diabetes is cardiovascular disease.
CLARK — On Friday, Oct. 26, the Arthur L. Johnson and Cranford High School cheerleaders joined forces to help raise awareness and money to fight breast cancer. Both teams promoted the Friday night football game as a “Pink-Out,” asking all fans to wear pink in support of the cause. The cheerleaders sold t-shirts to raise money for the Susan G. Komen Foundation. The ALJ cheerleaders raised over $1,400.
The 2012 election was supposed to be all about the economy. But in state and federal races throughout the country, candidates targeted by environmentalists for their positions on climate and energy lost Tuesday in large numbers.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – With another major storm predicted to hit our area, Middlesex County Freeholder Director Christopher D. Rafano is encouraging residents to continue to maintain safety preparations in their homes.
NEW BRUNSWICK– A grand jury handed up a 14-count indictment today, charging a New Brunswick man and his cousin for their roles in a Jan. 31, shooting on Seaman Street near Remsen Avenue, the Middlesex County Prosecutor’s Office announced.