HAMDEN, Conn.—Christina T. Azoia of Clark graduated from Quinnipiac University on May 10 with a master’s of health science/physician assistant.
COLUMBIA, S.C.—Army Pvt. Jihad M. Husain, a 2007 graduate of Rahway High School, has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
YORK, Pa. – Three local students have been named to the York College of Pennsylvania Dean’s List for the spring 2009 semester.
WALTHAM, Mass. – Two Union County students were named to the dean’s list for the spring semester at Bentley University.
ELIZABETH—Colombian art, music, literature, poetry and dance will enrich the library experience for Elizabeth Public Library patrons and guests as the Elizabeth Colombian Lions Club present, Semana Cultural 20 de Julio: A Commemoration of Colombia’s Independence Day.
TRENTON – The state legislature approved a bill that would expand protections for consumers under the New Jersey’s “Lemon Law” for new car purchases.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY—The Middlesex County Board of Chosen Freeholders’ free summer concert series continues this week with performances in four county parks.
NEW BRUNSWICK — Chabad House of Rutgers University has begun construction on the largest-ever Chabad House project in the world.
The new construction consists of a ten million dollar, 55,000 sq. ft. expansion of the existing Chabad House at Rutgers.
MAXWELL AIR FORCE BASE, Ala. – Seven New Jersey teens will gain a comprehensive perspective on leadership, teamwork and problem-solving at Civil Air Patrol’s Cadet Officer School, one of the top professional development opportunities available to youth. The 10-day course will be held at Maxwell Air Force Base, Ala., July 13-23.
NEWARK – NJ Transit customers will not face fare increase or major service cuts under the new $1.8 billion operating budget approved by the agency’s board of directors today.