MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – Busy schedules, including work, school, extracurricular activities and more, often cause healthy eating to fall to the wayside. Kids can end up munching on pizza, snacks, and junk food too frequently, instead of freshly prepared, well-rounded meals.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – Colonia High School’s Class of 1970 is holding its 40th Anniversary Reunion on Sept. 25 at the Crowne Plaza, Route 27 in Edison, from 7-11 p.m. Tickets are $50 per person.
AUGUSTA — Did you know that thousands of wild horses still roam America’s western rangelands? Too many in fact, and that is why the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) periodically offers these “Living Legends” to the general public for adoption.
UNION — The Union Public Library will present part one of a film retrospective saluting New Jersey filmmakers and film personalities on Tuesday, Aug. 24, at 2 p.m. The series will continue on Tuesdays through the end of the year.
(StatePoint) Although your child may be spending hours quietly studying for that big test, it doesn’t mean he’s getting the most out of his study time.
CLARK — Students and graduates of Mother Seton Regional High School in Clark have volunteered a week of their time at Camp Fatima of New Jersey and they have been doing this for 18 years.
CRANFORD—Enterprise Rent-A-Car employees recently volunteered with Operation Shoebox New Jersey by working at the concession stands at TD Bank Ballpark. During various Somerset Patriots baseball games this summer, Enterprise employees and their families worked together preparing and serving food to fans in support of the men and women deployed outside of the United States.
CENTRAL ISLIP, N.Y. – Following a nearly two hour plus rain delay, the Newark Bears and Long Island were rained out on Sunday night at Suffolk County Sports Park in Central Islip, New York.
STATE — There was one top prize winner in Saturday’s Powerball drawing. The winning ticket, worth up to $79 million, was sold in West Virginia.
HAGERSTOWN, MD – The Suns scored four runs in the eighth to cap a late comeback, beating the BlueClaws 9-7 on Sunday.
Before I deconstruct Mr. Failace’s August 13, 2010 response to my editorial, I must say it is an honor to have the ex-mayor of Carteret so fervidly object to my points discussed. In his long-winded editorial, Mr. Failace took the hapless reader for a trip down his distorted perception of the world.
There are many areas of life in this country where it appears that we live in two worlds. And that’s no different when we consider paid sick days. In the first world, if you’re sick, you stay home from work, take care of yourself, and have the time to get better.
I read with disgust ex Mayor Jim Failace’s letter to the editor in the Home News Tribune. Failace was soundly defeated by Reiman eight years ago this year. Failace now attempts to take credit for everything good in Carteret while blaming others for everything bad.