CRANFORD – Cranford bistro, A Toute Heure (ATH), will serve as the featured host of an “Urban Farm Pig Roast,” the inaugural Urban Farm Dinner event (a project of Groundwork Elizabeth) to be held Sunday, Oct. 16 from 3:30 to 8:00 p.m. at the Portuguese Instructive Social Club in Elizabeth.
NEW PROVIDENCE – Inspired by NJ Sharing Network, more than one hundred participants gathered on Sept. 26 for the 13th Annual Golf and Tennis Classic to further advance its life-saving mission – and it was a foursome of heart transplant recipients who posted this year’s best score.
HOLMDEL— The American Legion Riders have announced the First Annual New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Ride to benefit the New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Foundation and the Vietnam Era Museum & Educational Center.
SOUTH ORANGE – Seton Hall athletics announced on Monday the 2011-12 men’s basketball game times and television broadcast assignments. Overall, at least 20 of the Pirates’ 30 regular season games will be televised with nine games on national television.
RAHWAY — Rahway Middle School held their annual Road to Success kickoff on Monday, Sept. 26. Principal Alan Johnson and Vice Principals Kim Hall and Mary Hart greeted students and reviewed Rahway Middle School’s Road to Success initiative.
TRENTON – A new monitoring report on State Police enforcement activities issued by New Jersey’s own Office of Law Enforcement Professional Standards (OLEPS) documents continued compliance with federal benchmarks set under a 1999 federal Consent Decree that has since been dissolved, Attorney General Paula T. Dow announced today.
WEST ORANGE — Barnabas Health Foundation is the recipient of a two-year, $300,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) through its New Jersey Health Initiatives program.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP — Following nearly two years of development, the Richard Stockton College of New Jersey has announced the start of a new undergraduate degree program in Sustainability.
CLARK — Rachel Foley and her mother enjoy making an apple pie together in Trisha Peitz’s first grade class at the Valley Road School in Clark.