TRENTON – Commissioner James Simpson today announced a series of statewide efforts to increase safety as residents and visitors travel to holiday destinations over the July 4th holiday weekend.
POINT PLEASANT — Launching the start of the Fourth of July weekend, the Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) Chairman and Chief Administrator Raymond P. Martinez joined Chief of the New Jersey State Police Marine Services Bureau Dennis Tully and the New Jersey Marine Trades Association to remind boaters to stay safe, to be prepared and to be sober on the waterways this summer.
STATE – Friday’s Mega Millions jackpot is worth an estimated $105 million, or $68.1 million if the winner selects the cash option.
EMMITSBURG, Md. – The U.S. Fire Administration (USFA) and Safe Kids USA are encouraging families and individuals to prepare for a safe and memorable Fourth of July by practicing safe grilling and leaving the fireworks to the professionals.
LINDEN — The Linden Free Public Library is sponsoring a summer reading club for children during the months of July and August. As part of the program, the library will host a music concert on Wednesday, July 13, at 2 p.m.
Would you believe it? I have finally decided I would invest in a cable program. I’ve stated many times that I had no patience with the situation and with what is being offered as far as the amount of programs and with the cost involved?
PERTH AMBOY — When an adult has a sudden cardiac arrest, his or her survival can depend greatly on immediately receiving CPR. Unfortunately, according to the American Heart Association, less than a third of those people who experience a cardiac arrest at home, work or in a public location get that help, which can double their chance of survival.
Once upon a time there was a real reason why people came into our living room every week via the TV set. It was called talent and there was no shortage of shows to choose from that allowed us to enjoy talented people singing, dancing or acting.
ROSELLE PARK-Memories from John Kostopoulos: “Dear Diane, in Roselle Park, Locust Street did not extend to Five Points. It ended at the Woodruff Farm where Sumner Avenue now is.