Church Makes Mother’s Day A Day Of Pampering For Community Women

PERTH AMBOY – Cathedral International church is making certain that mothers in the community are acknowledged and pampered for Mother’s Day. Women have been identified, local businesses are providing some of the pampering services and the Cathedral church family has given of their time and resources to make Mother’s Day an unforgettable experience.

Bill Supports A Winning Strategy For New Jersey Higher Education, Students, And Economic Development

Partnerships between public institutions of higher education and private developers expand campus capacity, generate jobs, create high-quality facilities, and save time and money. Thanks to a new extension signed into law with bipartisan leadership and support, the state colleges and universities have more time to pursue these valuable partnerships.

Old Bridge Doctor Agrees To Temporarily Cease Practice Pending Disciplinary Hearing

NEWARK – The State Board of Medical Examiners today accepted a doctor’s decision to voluntarily cease medical practice, rather than face a hearing scheduled for today to temporarily suspend his license, amid allegations that he committed gross malpractice, gross negligence and/or gross incompetence for indiscriminately prescribing painkillers and testosterone to patients.