April 26 at 12:36 a.m. – In the vicinity of St. Georges Avenue, Officer Christian Lott arrested Rahway resident Rafael Arroyo, 33, and charged him with DUI. He was subsequently released pending a court date.
In many countries — but certainly not all —World Press Freedom Day is observed on May 3.
I learned lots of valuable information in high school, but one subject that wasn’t on the curriculum was personal financial management. We didn’t learn how to balance a checkbook, why budgeting is important or how credit card interest works, among other life lessons.
(NAPSI)—While everyone needs to be careful when taking medication, older adults face particular challenges. Often, they take more than one medicine at a time and they may not metabolize drugs as well as they once did, raising the risk of complications.
Once upon a time, (back in the 70’s), a little known band released a little album with a little pyramid on the cover, that would, over time, end up taking over the Billboard chart for longer than any other album in music history…
CLARK – The Clark Board of Education will hold its annual re-organization meeting tonight. The public session of the meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in the Clark Council Chambers, located at 315 Westfield Avenue.
STATE — When a loved one suffers a stroke, it can be overwhelming for family members who will most likely become the caregivers. There are countless questions.
PISCATAWAY — What’s the most effective tool for reducing the number one killer of teens in New Jersey? Teens are invited to find out by attending Good Driving for Life, the first statewide Teen Safe Driving Summit, July 15, at Rutgers University’s Busch Campus Student Center in Piscataway.
It would be overkill to say that the carrot you eat today has very little nutrition in it—especially compared to some of the other less healthy foods you likely also eat—but it is true that fruits and vegetables grown decades ago were much richer in vitamins and minerals than the varieties most of us get today.