NEW BRUNSWICK – New Jerseyans are being asked to dig through the bottoms of their drawers to find mismatched earrings, broken bracelets and tangled necklaces in a call to support child abuse prevention efforts across the state.
CLARK – On Saturday, Sept. 11, Clark Township will hold a memorial service for the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
NEW BRUNSWICK — Many members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgendered (GLBT) community in New Jersey remain unaware of their rights and responsibilities under the law.
STATE – “As if parents didn’t have enough to worry about when their children return to school, one very common problem is head lice,” says Leonard Douglen, the Executive Director of the New Jersey Pest Management Association.
PERTH AMBOY — The community is invited to attend the Perth Amboy’s first Back-to-School Pep Rally and Fair today at Albert G. Waters Stadium, Eagle Avenue and Francis Street.
Even in a strong economy, divorce is often difficult and costly; but in a prolonged recession, it can be financially devastating.
STATE – The New Jersey State Library, in partnership with PSEG Foundation and Praxair Foundation, reminds students, parents and teachers that free homework help is available to them at 109 public libraries through the popular Homework Help NJ program.
UNION — The Children’s Department of the Union Public Library has scheduled the following programs at the Main Library during the month of September:
Adolescence—the period between puberty and adulthood—is a challenging and sometimes confusing stage of life. Many teens—and parents—find discussions about their changing bodies to be so embarrassing or awkward that they skip having them altogether.
LINDEN – This year’s Linden Halloween Parade has been canceled, according to the Linden Halloween Committee and the Department of Public Property and Community Services. All Halloween meetings have also been canceled.
As fall approaches, homeowners and green industry professionals take steps to prepare landscapes for the winter. Leaves are swept away for composting or disposal, perennials and shrubs are pruned, hedges are trimmed, and pesticides are applied in anticipation of next year’s growing season.
An apple a day just doesn’t cut it anymore, and too many apples could make you fat.
AMERICUS, Ga. — A new book chronicles the early life of the late Millard Fuller–founder of Habitat for Humanity and the Fuller Center for Housing–a self-made millionaire by age 29 who gave away everything in order to save his marriage and seek a new direction.