NEW BRUNSWICK – Cycling enthusiast Grant Petersen once stated, “Think of bicycles as rideable art that can just about save the world.” This is the sentiment behind the Century for the Cure bicycle ride to benefit the Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ) Foundation.
JERSEY CITY – For the third consecutive year, The Provident Bank hosted its Deposit $1 of Hope fund-raiser for the Community FoodBank of New Jersey (CFBNJ).
CLARK — St. John the Apostle School’s student-body president, Darius Singletary was a mystery reader in Patricia Stryker’s fifth grade class.
CLARK — Valley Road School Teacher Erin Reilly was recently recognized by the Clark Board of Education for the honor of being one of only ten recipients statewide of an “Innovation in Special Education” Award through the New Jersey School Boards Association.
CLARK — Clark Recreation recently held an eight-week “World of Magic” class. Each week, a professional magician taught the young wizards a new trick.
The tragic events of the devastation at the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear reactors in Japan have triggered a long-overdue international conversation about moving away from energy policies that are based on 1950s technologies, destroying our environment and strangling our economies.
If you’re thinking about placing a two-buck bet on Sunday’s Kentucky Derby, keep in mind that your wager is supporting an industry that kills and discards tens of thousands of horses every year.
TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie signed a bipartisan bill into law to help prevent and combat dating violence among middle and high school students. The measure had been approved unanimously by both houses of the legislature.
TRENTON – The Assembly Judiciary Committee heard testimony on a bill that would criminalize the photography of children without a parent’s consent.