Book Sale • March 12 & 13 from 9:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. – The Friends of the Cranford Public Library will hold a used book sale in the cellar of the library, located at 224 Walnut Ave. Most prices range from 25 cents to $6. For info, call 908-709-7281.
PERTH AMBOY – Raritan Bay Medical Center has announced a number of classes, support groups and community events for the remainder of the month of March.
NEW BRUNSWICK—The State Theatre in New Brunswick is currently offering “The Date Night” package for two. It includes two best available show tickets to a select performance, one sweetheart box of Thomas Sweet’s chocolates, and a voucher for two glasses of wine at the State Theatre.
PERTH AMBOY—Education Law Center (ELC), a nonprofit organization advocating on behalf of New Jersey’s public school children for access to an equal and adequate education, celebrates the 12th anniversary of “Kids in Concert” on March 25, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at Long Branch High School.
EDISON—A new program on healthy eating is being offered by Middlesex County College this spring. This non-credit series of classes meets at Eno Terra Restaurant in Kingston in March and April.
EDISON—Aashraya Singiri of Edison, a second grader at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, was recently awarded a certificate and trophy after earning second place in the Fourth Annual Zara Jhoom Ultimate Group Dance Competition on Sunday, March 7, at the Holiday Inn in Edison.
CALDWELL—Caldwell College recently named 321 students to the fall 2009 Dean’s list, according to Paul Douillard, Ph.D., Vice President and Dean of Academic Affairs.
COLUMBIA, S.C.—Army National Guard Pvt. Tracee C. Barham has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
EDISON—A six month investigation by the Edison Police has resulted in the arrests of three township residents who were charged with committing multiple robberies in the area of the Edison Train Station and Edison Village, police announced today.
NEW BRUNSWICK—The former South River parks and recreation director was sentenced Monday to serve 180 days in jail for theft after admitting she paid her daughter $696 for work that was never performed for the borough, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced.