EDISON – New Jersey Chapter of NAIOP, the commercial real estate development association, will present “Solar/Renewable Energy Systems: How to choose, design, finance, install, insure and even profit from a sustainable/clean energy system that works for you” on Oct. 13.
RAHWAY — Students from Kathleen Harris’ pre-kindergarten class at Franklin School in Rahway presented a gift to their new superintendent, Edward Yergalonis.
UNION – The Kean University volleyball team swept through its three matches at its own Cougar Classic on Saturday afternoon in Harwood Arena.
ELIZABETH– Marquis McNeill always viewed himself in a positive light, even as much of the world saw an at-risk youth moving through the foster care system.
GREAT LAKES, Ill –Navy Seaman Recruit Lawrence E. Feder and Navy Seaman Cesar B. Laragaibort recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
HOBOKEN – In a battle of unbeaten teams, Stevens Institute of Technology prevailed and defeated the Kean women’s soccer team, 1-0, Sunday afternoon in the Stevens Engineering Cup.
LAKEWOOD – The BlueClaws on Sunday announced the starting rotation for the 2010 South Atlantic League Championship Series which opens Monday night in Greenville against the Drive (Red Sox).
UNION – SUNY Cortland scored 17 unanswered points in the first quarter en-route to defeating host Kean University in the season opener for both teams on Saturday afternoon at Kean Alumni Stadium.
EDISON — Abigail Rogers of Plainfield, a junior at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison, seized the opportunity to advance her enthusiasm for photography while attending a National Geographic On Campus Expedition in Monterey Bay, Calif. from June 27 to July 6.
SALEM, Va.– Senior Kelly Mataya scored two goals to help the Kean University field hockey team to a 4-1 win over Roanoke College Sunday afternoon.
NEWARK – The Newark Bears and Camden Riversharks were rained out on Sunday afternoon at Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium. The game was the home season finale for the Bears in 2010.
A report by the Clean Air Task Force, which was released last week, is a devastating indictment of the coal industry and its impact to the public health. The report, “The Toll from Coal,” shows that across the nation, people are being hospitalized and dying due to the impacts of air pollution from dirty coal.
As a primatologist who has worked closely with chimpanzees who are refugees of the animal-testing industry, I was delighted to learn that the European Union has banned the use of great apes in experimentation.