MIDDLESEX COUNTY – Six artists over the age of 60 from Middlesex County were named winners in the New Jersey Seniors Art Show this year.
MONROE—Are you over 50 years of age? Do you have arthritis? You can still have an active life!
MONROE—Middlesex County Public Health Department Director-Health Officer David A. Papi has indicated that a stray kitten tested positive for rabies in Monroe, in the vicinity of Mayberry Avenue and McFadden Drive.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY—M.C.F.O.O.D.S., Middlesex County’s food distribution program serving more than 70 food pantries and soup kitchens, is seeking food donations to meet the increasing summer demand. “Right now we have reached that ‘perfect storm’ of more needy people requiring food…
Beginning Aug. 21 and running through Sept. 7, a total of 236 local and county law enforcement agencies, as well as the New Jersey State Police, will be cracking down on drivers operating their vehicles and motorcycles while intoxicated.
MONROE—Jewish Family and Vocational Service of Middlesex County is offering a group for caregivers beginning in September.
MONROE—Health care coverage for employees and their families is the biggest cost driver in business today. The impending nursing crisis will further increase health care costs while lowering quality of care. More mistakes will be made during hospital stays – resulting in longer and costlier stays.
CARTERET—Artwork from professional and non-professional Middlesex County artists over age 60, who participated in the county Department on Aging Senior Art Contest, are currently on display at the Carteret Senior Center, 100 Cooke Avenue, in Carteret.
MONROE—Middlesex County Public Health Department Director-Health Officer, David A. Papi indicated that a raccoon tested positive for rabies in Monroe, Middlesex County, in the vicinity of Gravel Hill – Spotswood Road and Monroe Boulevard.
NEW BRUNSWICK—Five Middlesex County high school graduates have each been awarded $1,000 scholarships for academic excellence and community service.