TRENTON – Plans by an Assembly panel to consider legislation to implement an important aspect of the federal health care reform law by creating a state health insurance exchange highlight Thursday’s Assembly committee agendas.
Voters will hear many good reasons to vote “yes” on the higher education facilities bond, on the Nov. 6, ballot; the first such investment in New Jersey higher education since 1988. A vote for the bond is important far beyond the facilities it will build, and the jobs it will create.
CLARK – The Dr. William Robinson Plantation House Museum will again participate in Union County’s Four Centuries In A Weekend local history event.
MARTINSVILLE—Twenty-five Pingry seniors are recognized for exceptional academic promise as Commended Students in the 2013 National Merit Scholarship Program.