LINDEN — Councilwoman Rhashonna Cosby- Hurling will host her 2nd annual celebration of African-American history on Thursday, Feb. 21. The event will include historical information, poetry, music and the recognition of notable local African-Americans.
UNION COUNTY — The Union County Department of Human Services welcomes qualified applicants for its Home Health Aide training program from April 8 to May 8. The training sessions will be held at Jewish Family Services, 655 Westfield Avenue in Elizabeth, Mondays through Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
ROSELLE — Seniors at Abraham Clark High School were able to map out their future in higher education when Roselle Public Schools hosted its Special Services Transition Community College Fair.
WASHINGTON, D.C.— New Jersey will receive $1.8 billion in Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funding to begin assisting the families, businesses, and municipalities in the areas most severely impacted by Superstorm Sandy, the state’s U.S. senators announced.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — With Peter Barnes poised to move up to Barbara Buono’s state Senate seat, the maneuvering has begun to fill the vacated Assembly seat representing the 18th Legislative District.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – It looks like an online petition seeking to have distributed denial-of-service actions against computer systems recognized as a legitimate form of protest will not gain enough signatures to merit an official response from the White House.