TRENTON – More than 180,000 freshly stocked trout will be awaiting anglers when they cast their lines on the opening day of trout season this weekend thanks to the efforts of the DEP’s Division of Fish and Wildlife, which for the past two weeks has been stocking nearly 200 streams, lakes and ponds across the state.
SUMMIT — Re:Design, a new exhibit at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey, highlights 14 emerging designers who are taking a fresh look at old materials. Part of a generation raised in a world where the continuous production of…
PERTH AMBOY – The Middlesex County Public Health Department is sponsoring a prostate cancer awareness program, “Addressing Myths and Fear Men Experience” on Thursday, April 14 at 12:30 p.m. at the Perth Amboy Senior Center at 1 Olive Street.
PERTH AMBOY –Perth Amboy Postmaster Angel Sotomayor is hosting a Passport Fair at the post office on 205 Jefferson Street on Saturday, April 9, from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Dear EarthTalk: Were Japan to close all its nuclear plants following the recent damage and radiation leaks from the March 11 earthquake and tsunami, what could its energy mix look like? Would it be able to provide all of its power in other ways? — Richard Miller, New York, NY
LINDEN – On March 31, local students visited Infineum USA L.P.’s facilities in Linden to participate in its 13th Annual Career Workshop and learn about careers in engineering.
ELIZABETH ? Charitable organizations in Newark, Elizabeth, Morristown, East Hanover and Piscataway have received donations from Actavis to commemorate the company’s fifth anniversary in the United States.
MONROE — Dreyer Farms of Cranford was awarded the 2011 Century Farm Award by the New Jersey Agricultural Society at the Society’s annual dinner gala on March 26 in Monroe Township.
NORTH PLAINFIELD — The Clark Chapter of UNICO held their Community Service Month event at the McAuley School for Exceptional Children in North Plainfield on Friday, April 1.