ELIZABETH – From Oct. 4 to Oct. 29, Union County College’s Retail Skills Center will be offering free job training to all Elizabeth residents who qualify. The free job training will be in the areas of customer service and English as a second language.
ELIZABETH – From Oct. 4 to 22, Union County College will be offering a free job training course in the restaurant industry to residents of the city of Elizabeth. All Elizabeth residents over the age of 18 are eligible to participate in this program.
PURCHASE, N.Y. — The New Jersey City University men’s golf team teed off in its second-ever event on Tuesday afternoon as the Gothic Knights placed ninth overall in the one-day Purchase College Invitational, at the Old Oaks Country Club.
GENEVA, N.Y.—William Smith College first-year defenders Melanie O’Connor (Pope John XXIII/Stockholm) and Morgan Atanasio (Arthur L. Johnson/Clark) were honored by the Liberty League earlier this week.
WOODBRIDGE–Ed Potosnak, Democratic nominee for New Jersey’s 7th Congressional District, hosted voters and supporters on Sunday in Woodbridge to celebrate the grand opening of his campaign office.
NEW BRUNSWICK – Roselle Park resident Leona M Seufert is exhibiting her artwork with six New Jersey Artists in “Discovering New Jersey” at the New Brunswick Blood Center through October 14.
JERSEY CITY–Ramapo College hit .268 as a team, including a .400 percentage in the second set and used 52 digs to hold the New Jersey City University attack at bay, as the Roadrunners defeated NJCU, 3-0 (25-21, 25-13, 25-16).
RAHWAY — On the evening of Wednesday, Sept. 14, members of the Rahway High School Marching Band held a fundraiser at Wendy’s on St. Georges Avenue in Avenel.
UNION – The Kean University women’s tennis team picked up their fourth win of the season as they defeated Lehman College, 9-0, Tuesday afternoon in non-conference action.
UNION – Junior outside hitter Jamie Sacco had a game-high 13 kills and added three blocks to help lead the Kean University women’s volleyball team to a five-set victory (24-26, 25-17, 18-25, 25-15, 15-10) over Rutgers-Newark in New Jersey Athletic Conference action on Tuesday evening.
Recently, several of the major local networks teamed together for Stand Up To Cancer, which accelerates groundbreaking research through donations and collaboration among scientists that specialize in particular areas.
Last week, a Senate panel approved a treaty that could define our country’s nuclear security for the next decade. They were right to do so — and the full Senate must affirm their judgment when they consider the agreement this fall.
By any measure you use, it’s clear that our state government has been extremely active over the past few years trying to change our state.