NEW BRUNSWICK—AM Productions and State Theatre present comedian Craig Ferguson, host of The Late, Late Show on Thursday, Oct. 21, at 8pm. Ferguson’s sharp, witty and unmistakable brand of humor has earned him worldwide recognition and success across a broad variety of media and among critics and audiences alike. Tickets range from $28-98.
BRIDGEWATER — Men will have an unique opportunity to learn about and strengthen their Catholic faith at the first Diocesan of Metuchen’s Men’s Conference.
TRENTON – One of the best ways to protect the environment is to stop creating pollution in the first place, a concept many industries have been using for years. You can apply the same principle at home to make your living environment much healthier.
WESTFIELD — CONTACT We Care, the award-winning caring and crisis hotline serving the entire state of New Jersey, will celebrate 35 years of soothing souls and saving lives at its 35th Anniversary Gala on Thursday, Nov. 11 at Shackamaxon Golf & Country Club in Scotch Plains.
LINDEN – Though this year’s Linden Halloween Parade has been canceled, the city Department of Public Property and Community Services still has several Halloween activities planned.
RAHWAY — Did you know that New Jersey has a free-standing hospice facility? Or that Medicare covers annual hearing tests? Are you aware that physicians will make house calls and that in-home companions are available?
PERTH AMBOY — In continuing with the tradition of recognizing and honoring community members who have helped in the growth and development of the community, the Puerto Rican Association for Human Development, Inc. (PRAHD) is holding its 24th Annual Roberto Clemente Gala.
I recently traveled to California’s Central Valley, one of the most productive agricultural regions the world has ever seen, and the source of much of the food that you and I eat.
America is in the midst of an epidemic of historic proportions. The contagion being spread like wildfire is turning communities into battlegrounds and setting Americans one against the other.
ELIZABETH — After only four hours of deliberation, a Union County jury returned a guilty verdict Friday against a 26-year-old Plainfield man for first-degree attempted murder, aggravated assault and weapon offenses, relating to a 2008 stabbing in Plainfield.
STATE–If your household is like most in America, you could be unwittingly contributing to accidental poisonings, drug overdoses, and drug abuse, simply by keeping unused, outdated, or expired pharmaceuticals in your medicine cabinet.
NEWARK – The New Jersey Bureau of Securities (Bureau) is reminding New Jersey’s senior citizens about a new law prohibiting the use of misleading “senior” or “retirement” professional designations in connection with securities brokerage and investment advisory activities.
TRENTON – Assembly panels on Monday will convene hearings on the Christie administration’s decision to suspend work on the new Hudson River rail tunnel, the economic impact of the elimination of film and digital media tax credits, the state’s farmland assessment program and ways to cut education mandates to combat property taxes.