STATE — AARP New Jersey is strongly critical of Senate Bill 2664, legislation proposed by Sen. Raymond Lesniak and Asm. Joseph Cryan that could leave state residents paying more to telephone and cable companies.
NEWARK – An unregistered charitable organization that solicited donations to supposedly save horses from being killed and processed into pet food will cease operations and pay up to $581,000 to resolve a lawsuit filed against it by the State Division of Consumer Affairs last December.
PERTH AMBOY – Parents can register now to send their children to the Municipal Alliance Day Camp this summer.
CLARK — Arthur L. Johnson High School’s production of the famed Kander and Ebb musical “Cabaret” hits the stage this weekend.
CLARK — The Wednesday Senior Citizens Club of Clark is sponsoring a trip to enjoy the Brighton Beach Cabaret, an authentic Russian-style nightclub show, at the Royal Manor in Garfield on Wednesday, May 25. The club invites members and non-members to sign up for the trip.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Nintendo’s highly-anticipated 3D handheld video game system will go on sale on Sunday.
The light at the end of the unpredictable weather tunnel is finally emerging after a long, snowy winter. People are coming out of the house after dinner these days surveying their lawns and wondering if the rose bushes survived the killer cold of January.
ELIZABETH-There was Esso Standard Oil and Sparlelogs Bollers Bottling. The Janet Memorial Orphanage was on Murray and Cherry streets until 1996 when it was torn down. It was abandoned in 1962.
CLARK — Students at Valley Road School are collecting donations for Pennies for Patients to benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society from March 28 until April 18. This is the fourth year that this school is participating in this fundraiser.