Herman Cain, barely two weeks after suspending his presidential bid, founded his own super PAC called Cain Connections.
WESTFIELD — Why We Dance is looking for individuals interested in dancing at the 4th Annual Why We Dance event on March 24 at the Westfield Y. The event begins at 11 a.m., is free to the public and will feature dance leaders facilitating workshops in the areas of hip-hop, salsa and merengue and drumming.
CLARK — On Sunday, St. Agnes Parish in Clark held a special mass presided and preached by Most Rev. Manuel A. Cruz, Regional Bishop for Union County.
TRENTON – A state grand jury has charged a Cranford man in an indictment for allegedly collecting more than $22,000 in temporary disability insurance benefits to which he was not entitled, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced.
TRENTON – Legislation to prevent New Jerseyans from being forced to pay multiple transaction fees to withdraw money from an ATM has been released by an Assembly committee.
TRENTON – Legislation to establish a loan redemption program under which teachers could have a portion of their undergraduate loans forgiven by the state in exchange for work at a school in New Jersey was approved last week by the Senate Education Committee.
CLARK — Students in Tara Filippini’s fourth grade class at Valley Road in Clark have begun a research project aimed at trying to nominate the next candidates of the New Jersey Hall of Fame.
TRENTON – The Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee unanimously approved legislation today that would require single-room surgical practices to conform to the same level of oversight and regulation reserved for facilities that have two or more surgical rooms in order to protect patients.
TRENTON – A bill that would protect good Samaritans who use an automated external defibrillator while attempting to save someone’s life from civil liability was approved unanimously Monday by the Senate Health, Human Services and Senior Citizens Committee.