JERSEY CITY — Senior forward Walter Avans (Roselle Park /Union Catholic) has been named the New Jersey City University Men’s Athlete of the Week for the second time this season and the fifth time in his career. He scored the only goal for the Gothic Knights in a 2-1 road loss against New Jersey Athletic Conference foe Richard Stockton College on Oct. 1.
JERSEY CITY–Richard Stockton College surprised #24-ranked New Jersey City University with a 3-0 defeat in a New Jersey Athletic Conference women’s soccer game on Saturday on the Robert L. McNulty Memorial Soccer Field.
POMONA — New Jersey City University outshot Richard Stockton College, 21-5, but the Ospreys jumped out to a 2-0 lead and held off a late Gothic Knight rally for a 2-1 victory in a New Jersey Athletic Conference game on Saturday.
Some years ago I was traveling through Kenya during a ferocious drought. Crossing a desolate landscape, our truck lurched to a sudden halt. We passengers, all westerners, were mystified until our African driver pointed through the shimmering heat to a small figure trudging toward us. A shepherd had flagged us down.
PITTSBURGH—University of Pittsburgh junior running back Ray Graham was named the Big East Offensive Player of the Week for his exceptional performance in the Panthers’ 44-17 victory over the University of South Florida this past Thursday.
EDISON– Township officials and the Edison Recreation Department want to come check out your house this Halloween; but only if you promise to scare them.
EDISON – The Edison Recreation Department has announced plans for their 24th Annual Township Halloween Party. This “bewitching” event will be held at the Stelton Community Center, 328 Plainfield Avenue, Edison, on Saturday, Oct. 22, from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
NEWARK – Attorney General Paula T. Dow and the State Division of Consumer Affairs have filed suit against a chimney cleaning and repair company accused of using high-pressure, deceptive tactics to mislead consumers – including several who were elderly or had disabilities – into paying thousands of dollars for repair services they did not need.
(NAPSI)—Obtaining decorative lenses including colored contacts and novelty or costume lenses without a prescription is dangerous. And circle lenses, which are one of the latest fads with teenage girls, are not FDA approved and may cause serious eye-health risks.