ELIZABETH – Trinitas Regional Medical Center will offer a personal enrichment program for teens, “From the Inside Out: What Matters Most Is How You See Yourself,” on Saturday, June 18, from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Grassman Hall on the lower level of the New Point Campus, 655 E. Jersey Street, Elizabeth.
NEW PROVIDENCE – The Coalition on Family Caregiving invites the public to their upcoming panel presentation on Thursday, June 16 at the New Providence Senior & Adult Center, 15 East Fourth Street, New Providence at 6:45 p.m.
EDISON — The MadJazz singers perform at the second annual Cookin’ Cabaret music extravaganza, which thrilled a jam-packed audience at the Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison on May 24.
MONROE – Twenty-five high school seniors statewide earned a $2,000 scholarship awarded by the New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association. The Student Leadership Awards are presented as part of a state recognition program.
In New Jersey, Highlands forests equal drinking water for over 5 million residents. In addition to the seven counties within the Highlands, nine counties entirely outside the region get at least some of their water from the Highlands.
CLARK – After 37 years of service as a member of the Clark Police Department, Chief Denis Connell is retiring, effective June 1, Clark Mayor Salvatore Bonaccorso announced this afternoon.
MADISON, Wis. — Although people from certain ethnic groups are at high risk for getting diabetes and should be screened, a new study suggests that such screenings are not being done as often as they should.
RAHWAY — RWJ Rahway Foundation unveiled its 2011 Donor Recognition Wall at the 5th annual celebration on Thursday, May 19.
Dear EarthTalk: What is “tar sands oil” and what is the controversy over possibly building a pipeline for it from Canada into the United States? — Bill Berkley, Omaha, NE