TRENTON – Almost 400,000 New Jersey residents currently collecting unemployment will see their benefits run out sooner than they expected.
STATE — This World AIDS Day, events are being held statewide to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS, remember those impacted by the epidemic and encourage everyone to get tested for HIV, Health and Senior Services Commissioner Dr. Poonam Alaigh said today.
TRENTON – Tonight’s Powerball lottery jackpot is worth $95 million.
ROSELAND – Everyone is aware of the high costs of health care. In fact, based on recent government data, health care spending accounted for $2.3 trillion per year, or $7,681 per person.
LINDEN — Bris Avrohom of Hillside will be joining with Mayor Richard Gerbounka on Thursday, Dec. 2 at 3 p.m. for a Chanukah menorah lighting.
LINDEN – Two Staten Island residents were victims of carjackers Monday night in the parking lot of a South Park Avenue restaurant, police said.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – For 35 years, Youth Advocate Programs, Inc. has provided non-residential, community-based programming for youth and families with the most complex needs, with a key strategy of “Never Giving Up.”
Dear EarthTalk: Where can I find information on which electronics and their manufacturers are greener than others, with regard to components, manufacturing processes and end use efficiency?
NEWARK–According to the National Mental Health Association, the holidays and post-holidays may be a time of depression for some individuals. The reasons for this increased unhappiness can stem from limited financial resources and family tensions to fatigue and unrealistic expectations.
My wife decided to upgrade her dinosaur cell phone to a “smartphone” and enlisted my help. Initially, we ran into the brick wall of decisions smartphone shoppers frequently face: How to choose among hundreds of available phones, pick the right service provider and predict which calling and data plan and other options would best fit her needs without breaking the bank?