It’s right around the corner: that special day once a year when we celebrate moms. And if you’re scrambling for some last-minute gift ideas, or just holding out hope that your husband actually remembers this year, consider this: Perhaps the best gift you’ll receive this year isn’t going to come in a package, and it may just come from the person you least expect—yourself.
UNION – Mother’s Day, the second Sunday in May, is a day set apart for honoring all mothers. At Calvary Assembly of God, Rev. John W. Bechtel will present a special Mother’s Day message at both of the church’s morning services.
Is everyone finally satisfied with the controversy in regards to President Obama’s place of birth? All previous claims have been ignored for so long, and it must have been frustrating for those actually in the know. Frankly, it’s beyond me how some people’s minds function.
MORRISTOWN–American Flyers Flight School at the Morristown Airport will be hosting an open house and barbecue on Saturday, May 7. This free event is designed to bring those with a curiosity about flying small airplanes to the airport.
NEW BRUNSWICK – On Tuesday, May 10, the Rotary Club of New Brunswick will offer the 15th Annual New Brunswick Rotary Golf Outing to benefit the Rotary Club’s College Scholarship Program for graduates of Highland Park, New Brunswick and North Brunswick High Schools.
Your mother tried to teach you some valuable lessons. Moms have a unique ability to impart essential wisdom. Unfortunately, most of us were too young to really appreciate their value. Mother’s Day is a great time to review the following advice you got when you were a kid.
Director Justin Lin’s “Fast Five” is proof positive once again that the pundit H.L. Mencken was right when he opined that no one ever went broke underestimating the bad taste of Americans
“When I think of Mothers Day, I think of soup kitchens,” said Jean Halley, a sociology professor at Wagner College, when we talked to her recently about Mothers Day. Professor Halley has devoted much of her career to the study of mothers’ lives.
NEW BRUNSWICK — On Tuesday, May 3, the Middlesex County Bar Foundation honored the winners of the 12th Annual Project Law Essay Contest for Middlesex County High School Students. The event was held at the Middlesex County Superior Court in New Brunswick.