Assembly Committees To Consider Bills To Help Economy Today

TRENTON – Today, Assembly committees will consider legislation intended to help create jobs and economic development, help families pay for college, improve coastal evacuations, help residents combat mold that can occur after flooding, improve fire safety in new homes and protect against abuse of common cold and cough medicines.


Dear EarthTalk: How clear (or not) are the links between the rising incidents of cancers around the world and the prevalence of synthetic chemicals in modern society? — Alberto Buono, Lee, MA

Alzheimer’s Association Advises: Know The 10 Warning Signs Before Heading Home For The Holidays

DENVILLE – The holiday season is a time families gather and spend quality time with loved ones. It is also a time that can raise questions about the health of family members, cognitive health of aging family members. With Alzheimer’s disease in particular, the Alzheimer’s Association says that it is important to know what the disease is and that it is not normal aging.

Karate Class Open To Linden Kids

LINDEN — Linden’s Department of Public Property and Community Services is sponsoring karate classes for Linden students ages 5 through 15. Grand Master Ralph Chirico, a 10th degree black belt with over 40 years of experience, will provide students with a strong foundation for becoming champions in karate and in life.