PERTH AMBOY—Cathedral International will host social justice and civil rights activist, Reverend Al Sharpton, on Saturday, Sept. 26, at 1:30 p.m. as part of its “Men’s Weekend” activities.
CARTERET—Mayor Daniel J. Reiman encouraged residents to help save the environment on Saturday by promoting and distributing free light bulbs. Beginning this month, the borough has partnered with “Help Light New Jersey” to provide Energy Star qualified light bulbs to Carteret homeowners.
MATAWAN – The Provident Bank will open a new branch at 445 Route 34 at Disbrow Road in Matawan on Saturday, Sept. 26.
EDISON—A team of assessors from the New Jersey State Association of Chiefs of Police (NJSACOP), will arrive on Sunday, Oct. 4, to examine all aspects of the Edison Township Department’s policies and procedures, management, operations, and support services Director Brian Collier announced Wednesday.
SOUTH AMBOY – Rowan University College of Communication junior EJ Campbell has been named a national finalist for the 2009 National Student Production Awards presented by College Broadcasters.
EDISON—Kindergarteners and third graders at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison created delightful, colorful drawings to send to “Color A Smile,” a non-profit organization in Morristown that collects crayon drawings from school children to distribute to nursing homes, Meals on Wheels programs and individuals across the country.
NEW BRUNSWICK – A 2004 Mercedes Benz, a 1998 Ford Expedition and a 2000 Jeep Wrangler will be on the block during Middlesex County’s annual auction of cars, heavy equipment, jewelry and office and computer supplies.
SAYREVILLE – The author who captivated audiences with “The Heritage of Terra: The Endeavor” returns with the second installment of the trilogy: “The Obligation: Shadows of a Threat”.
WOODBRIDGE—American Legion T. Nulty Post 471’s Blue Star Family Support Group will be at the St. James Street Fair on Saturday, Sept. 26, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. seeking your assistance to aid American soldiers.
EDISON—Middlesex County College and two of the county’s vocational-technical high schools, in cooperation with the county’s Workforce Investment Board, will offer “Career Options,” an open house aimed at those unemployed people who are seeking skills that will lead to a new job.