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Students Invited To Enter NJ Hall Of Fame Essay Contest

TRENTON—The New Jersey Hall of Fame is calling for entries to its third annual essay contest, which is open to all New Jersey students in grades four through 12. Students are asked to nominate potential inductees – living or dead…

Super Scholar-Athletes

  Super Scholar-Athletes—On Wednesday, Jan. 21, Susan Swenson, director of college counseling at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, announced that Christopher Georgevich of Elizabeth and Ariana Lyons of Plainfield were named school winners in the Wendy’s Heisman High School Award…

Limit Your Exposure To Allergens With A Little Planning

(NAPSI)-Making changes around your home before allergy season starts could help to minimize your symptoms. Environmental control is one way you can limit your exposure to indoor allergens before they can cause symptoms. One helpful step you can take is…

Cut Your Costs And Your Carbon Footprint

(NAPSI)-Living in an energy-efficient, environmentally sustainable home is now more easily attainable. Here’s How Here are a few hints that may help from the experts at the United States Department of Energy: 1. Keep appliances clean and in good repair;…

Rape Crisis Center Needs Volunteers

ELIZABETH—The Union County Rape Crisis Center is seeking new volunteers to staff its 24-hour phone line and act as advocates for rape victims. No previous counseling experience is necessary. Volunteers receive full training. Volunteers fill a valuable role by ensuring…

Union County Juggles Judges

UNION COUNTY—When Union County Assignment Judge Walter R. Barisonek retires at the end of the month, he will be succeeded by Superior Court Judge Karen M. Cassidy, Chief Justice Stuart Rabner announced earlier this month. Judge Katherine R. Dupuis will…

Edison Residents Can Pay Property Taxes Online

EDISON—Township taxpayers are now just a click away from making property tax payments. Edison has unveiled online property tax payments via the township web site www.EdisonNJ.org. “This is a major step forward in streamlining and modernizing our government while providing…

Clark Resident, Kiwanis Club Support U.S. Troops

CLARK—Last month, the Clark Kiwanis Club sent 50 boxes of cookies, DVDs and toiletries to U.S. soldiers serving overseas make sure they knew they were being remembered by people at home.   The idea was the brainchild of Clark resident…