SANDY HOOK—Fueled by funding from the state Department of Transportation’s I BOAT NJ program, the New Jersey Marine Sciences Consortium/New Jersey Sea Grant has awarded special grants to marinas throughout the state to help them implement projects and practices that will reduce potential environmental impacts associated with recreational boating.
EDISON—The Next Stage Ensemble, the traveling company of The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey, will present William Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew” on Tuesday, Aug. 4, at 1:30 p.m. at the Jewish Community Center of Middlesex County, 1775 Oak Tree Road, Edison.
WOODBRIDGE– East Meets West at the Barron Arts Center when they host the unique traveling exhibition “Stripes,” a collaborative United States and Japan rug hooking exhibit opening on Friday, July 10.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK—On Tuesday, July 21 at 6:30 PM, Elijah’s Promise Culinary School will hosting their Farm to Table event at the EARTH Center. The object of the Farm to Table series, is to bring attention to the value of purchasing locally grown produce, which reduces pollution created by shipping food long distances.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK—Rutgers Cooperative Extension of Middlesex County invites you to learn about agriculture and the environment.
WALTHAM, Mass. – Radhika Mehta of Edison was named to the President’s List at Bentley University for extraordinary academic achievement in the spring 2009 semester.
YORK, Pa.—Three local students graduated from York College of Pennsylvania on May 16.
PERTH AMBOY – A court decision preserved the jobs of ten Perth Amboy emergency medical service workers who were scheduled to be laid off on June 30.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Two Edison natives graduated from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia on May 21.
WOODBRIDGE—John P. Paone, Jr. of the law firm of Paone & Zaleski in Woodbridge was installed as the 1st Vice President of the Middlesex County Bar Association for 2009-2010.