Just because Halloween celebrates all things scary doesn’t mean you want any safety scares of your own this year. Use these tips from USA.gov to make sure you and your family have a fun and safe holiday.
Dear EarthTalk: What’s the latest in regard to putting limits on greenhouse gas emissions in the U.S.? Is there any hope that Obama can get something done? — Bradley Johnson, Helena, MT
SOUTH AMBOY – Thomas Reilly of South Amboy has been nominated to become a member of the National Society of Leadership and Success, Sigma Alpha Pi, at Rutgers University.
EDISON – Temple Emanu-El, located at 100 James Street in Edison, has announced its November calendar of events. All take place at the temple, unless otherwise noted. For additional information, call 1-732-549-4442.
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – Healthy and Halloween are not often used in the same sentence. Halloween is usually seen as a time to get dressed up, gather sugary treats, and enjoy the spookiness of the season. TOPS Club, Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), the nonprofit weight loss support organization, provides tips to stock the kids’ bags with better treats, host a healthy party, and more.
Dear EarthTalk: Are the plastic tiers on food steamers safe for food and for re-heating? Some indicate they are made from #7 plastic. I am very interested in buying a steamer, but not if they are unsafe. What’s the best way to go? — Jim Lichlyter, Jr., Valley Center, KS
CRANFORD—The Friends of the Cranford Public Library will host a script-in-hand, staged reading of “1 Rhineman Road,” a new play by Shane Mullery, on Saturday, Oct. 22, at 2 p.m. in the Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue.
FREEHOLD — Now that the weather is getting colder, many people will be spending more time at the gym, keeping their bodies in shape
TRENTON – The Division of Criminal Justice obtained indictments charging the alleged head, three suppliers and eight others in connection with a narcotics network linked to the Bloods street gang that was dealing heroin and cocaine in two violent Newark neighborhoods, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced today.