WASHINGTON, D.C.– Starting July 1, many businesses offering tanning services must collect a 10 percent excise tax on the tanning services they provide. This excise tax requirement is part of the Affordable Care Act that was enacted in March 2010.
ROSELLE PARK – “Pastel Landscapes” a solo exhibit of artwork by Roselle Park resident, Judith Banyas will be on display at the Casano Community Center Gallery through Aug. 13. There will be a reception to meet the artist on Wednesday, July 14, from 6– 7:30 p.m.
Dear EarthTalk: Within my lawn I have over 100 citrus, mango and avocado trees. When I use Scott’s Bonus S Weed and Feed, am I feeding my new fruit any poison? Will the weed killer be taken up by the fruit? — Richard Weissman, Miami, FL
July 13th…a very cool day indeed…
Many moments in history have occurred on July 13th…for instance…
SUMMIT – Overlook Hospital’s Wound Healing Program was recently accredited by the Undersea and Hyperbaric Medical Society and certified in wound care by the Joint Commission – two high honors that highlight the program’s success in helping patients heal faster using a combination of state-of-the-art technology and complementary techniques.
Summer weather means lots of fun in the sun and hours lounging on the beach, but too much unprotected exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet rays can cause skin damage and even cancer.
Recently, a man stepping off a curb near my office was struck and killed by a passing bus. Only 49, he clearly had many productive years ahead. Reading about it reminded me how quickly unexpected accidents can turn your family upside down, and how vitally important proper planning is.
DOVER — Dover Business College Vice President of Academic Affairs Karl Soehnlein, PhD, has announced that students from Union County, have been named to the Dean’s List at Dover Business College for the Winter 2010 Quarter.
ATLANTIC CITY — In a recent ceremony at the New Jersey Dental Association’s (NJDA) 140th Garden State Dental Conference & Expo in Atlantic City, Richard B. Kahn, DDS, was sworn in as the organization’s president for the 2010-2011 year.
LAKEWOOD – The BlueClaws offensive woes continued Monday afternoon, as Lakewood dropped the last game of a five-game homestand to the Delmarva Shorebirds 3-2.
PHILADELPHIA, Pa. – Today more than ever, college graduates want to be armed with experience in their fields. By the time Megan Arico of Piscataway and Jason Silvitch of Colonia graduated from Drexel University’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) Co-op program, they had already spent three years getting valuable on-the-job training.
This is a devastating day for children and public education in New Jersey. On the heels of more than $1.3 billion in cuts to public education, the Legislature and the governor have put an ill-conceived and shortsighted policy in place that will prevent our public schools from ever climbing out of the hole that has been dug for them by the state.
The last few weeks have brought the fresh taste of high quality, locally grown fruits and vegetables to many New Jerseyans. The Garden State still produces some of the best tomatoes and corn in the world! We should all take note, however, of a new inventory of our disappearing farmland nationwide.