CLIFTON—Sheleata Jones of Perth Amboy received a Licensed Practical Nurse diploma at the 2009 Dover Business College Commencement Ceremony, held Saturday, July 18.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK—Middlesex County students entering 5th through 8th grades are invited to attend a summer day program at the county’s extension office called “Eco-Adventures at the EARTH Center”.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY—Teams are being formed for the Middlesex County Parks and Recreation Department’s Fall Slo-Pitch Softball Leagues. Men’s Single and Double-Header and Women’s Sunday Morning leagues begin play in late August and September.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa.—The following local residents have been named to the spring 2009 Dean’s List at University of the Sciences in Philadelphia.
“Health Care should be a right for all people, not a privilege for those who can afford it.” — Ray Stever
ATLANTA, Ga. – According to a new poll, in a general election match-up between Republican Christopher Christie, Democrat Gov. Jon Corzine, and Independent Christopher Daggett, Christie led Corzine with 53% to 38% with 5% supporting Daggett; and 4% undecided.
WOODBRIDGE – A former Woodbridge police officer admitted that he took nude and semi-nude photos of a 15-year-old girl he met while on duty, authorities said.
EDISON – The school board re-adopted a $202 million school budget which reflected nearly $1 million in cuts made by the state education commissioner.
CARTERET—He’s written three children’s books, featuring the hysterical and honorable main character, Uncle Stinky.
However, there were important life lessons author Chris Rumble conveyed to an audience of excited students, beyond making them laugh at his hilarious stories.
WOODBRIDGE—The Woodbridge Public Library unveiled the online archive of a historical newspaper collection last week. Mayor John E. McCormac, Library Director John Hurley, Councilwoman Brenda Velasco, Local History Librarian Wendi Rottweiler, and other library staff were present for the ribbon cutting.