(StatePoint) Americans love going online. In fact, a recent study by the Pew Internet and American Life Project and the Wi-Fi Alliance found that half of all adults go online with a laptop using a Wi-Fi connection while 40 percent use the Internet on mobile phones.
Mother’s Day is May 8. In addition to traditional gifts like candy and flowers, consider spending a few hours helping your mom organize her financial, legal and medical records so she – and you – know where she stands.
Fish Fry • May 6 from 5-7 p.m. – First Presbyterian Church of Iselin, 1295 Oak Tree Rd., will host Argyle’s Fish (& Chicken) Fry. $12 adults / $11 seniors & children under 12. Info: 1-732-283-1188.
Is everyone finally satisfied with the controversy in regards to President Obama’s place of birth? All previous claims have been ignored for so long, and it must have been frustrating for those actually in the know. Frankly, it’s beyond me how some people’s minds function.
Director Justin Lin’s “Fast Five” is proof positive once again that the pundit H.L. Mencken was right when he opined that no one ever went broke underestimating the bad taste of Americans
TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie signed a bipartisan bill into law to help prevent and combat dating violence among middle and high school students. The measure had been approved unanimously by both houses of the legislature.
TRENTON – The Assembly Judiciary Committee heard testimony on a bill that would criminalize the photography of children without a parent’s consent.
NEW BRUNSWICK — A Monroe Township woman was indicted by a grand jury in Middlesex County today on charges of killing her husband and then giving police false information during an investigation into the fatal poisoning, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) introduced legislation on Tuesday that is designed to keep bigger, heavier trucks off the road.
RAHWAY — Rahway High School’s Track and Field team is more than about winning championships; it’s about changing lives and creating opportunities. So when seniors Al-Raji Winbush, Brian Pyrus and Cary Jones signed National Letters of Intent on Monday, April 25, it was a proud day at the high school.