ELIZABETH—The Come Grow With Us Community Gardening Program will be teaming up with the Union County Division of Aging to grill fresh vegetables at the upcoming Haitian Pride Day, scheduled for Thursday, Aug.12.
CHARLESTON, WV – Tuesday night was a historic one for the Lakewood BlueClaws, as they tied two franchise records in a 17-3 rout of the West Virginia Power.
MADISON– Fairleigh Dickinson University’s Florham Campus has released the names of students who have graduated as of May 2010 on undergraduate and graduate levels.
TRENTON – An Elizabeth store sold one of three jackpot-winning tickets for Monday’s Jersey Cash 5 drawing. Each winning ticket is worth $52,777.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — The deadline for Middlesex County social services agencies to submit Freeholder Support Grant applications has been extended to Sept. 13, due to the shortened Labor Day work week and the Jewish holiday of Rosh Hashanah.
LAWTON, Okla. — Army Pvt. Jade P. Joseph has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla.
EAST BRUNSWICK – This past June the New Jersey Metro Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society honored Daynielle Hunter and Joy Stoffers of East Brunswick during its annual scholarship awards ceremony.
FAIR LAWN — Columbia Bank employees recently collected 408 shopping bags filled with non-perishable food, health and beauty aids and paper goods, along with 95 individual bulk items and more than 366 pounds of bulk pack items.
WALDORF, Md. – The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs defeated the Newark Bears 8-2 Tuesday night at Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf, Maryland to take the first two games of the series.
Despite the political firestorm surrounding the federal court decision that overturned California’s Proposition 8 ban on gay marriage, little has been said about the real issues that are contributing to the dysfunctional American family.
After decades during which bed bugs were a rare event, they now make headlines infesting places from the Jersey City Goldman Sacks building to a Victoria’s Secret shop on New York’s Upper East Side, along with dormitories, apartments and homes throughout the nation.
On July 22nd, the U.S. Congress failed, yet again, to pass legislation to cut our carbon emissions. Meanwhile, on July 28th scientists around the planet agreed – yet again – that “global warming is undeniable,” and declared the first decade of the 21st century the warmest on record.
TRENTON—Most New Jersey public school districts will reopen next month with fewer teachers, larger class sizes and/or reduced programs, according to survey results released this week by the New Jersey School Boards Association.