NORTH BRUNSWICK — Donate blood, save lives and feed a vampire or two at a NJ Blood Services Twilight blood drive at the Regal Commerce Center Stadium 18 Theatre, 2399 Rt. 1 South, North Brunswick, on Tuesday, June 29, from 3 to 10 p.m.
SCRANTON, Pa — Kevin Michael Behr of Clark was among The University of Scranton graduates honored at its post baccalaureate commencement ceremony held recently on campus.
ALBANY, N.Y. — Valerie Covin of Elizabeth graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University at Albany.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas — Air Force Airman Deshaun K. Thompson graduated from basic military training.
NEW BRUNSWICK – Edison resident David Wheeler’s forthcoming book, “Wild New Jersey: Nature Adventures in the Garden State,” graces the cover of the just-released Rutgers University Press Fall/Winter 2010 Catalog in advance of the book’s publication this coming winter.
NEWARK – Newly-acquired Brian Barton capped a thrilling five-run ninth inning rally with a grand slam, his second homer as a Bear, with one out in the ninth, leading the Newark Bears to a 9-6 come-from-behind victory over the York Revolution Sunday afternoon at Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium.
NORTH EDISON – Ann Hergenrother, Middle School Head at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, has announced the names of students who have been named to the Honor Roll
RAHWAY – Area families recently took part in Rahway Family Tennis Day, a United States Tennis Association Event held on June 12 at the Berzinec Park tennis courts.
SALISBURY, MD — Matt Way won his fourth start in a row, and the BlueClaws handled the Delmarva Shorebirds 4-2 Sunday night.
ELIZABETH – A goblet filled from a fountain of youthful talent and accomplishment was raised to young award winners at the 2010 Community Access Unlimited Youth Achievement Night June 23 in Elizabeth.
CLARK — Through June 27, East Coast Conditioning remains atop the standings of the Clark Men’s Softball League with a 14-1 record.
TRENTON – Legislation sponsored by Assemblymen John F. McKeon and Peter J. Barnes III to statutorily cap property tax increases at 2.9 percent annually was released Friday by an Assembly panel.
EDISON – This Saturday, June 26, two Edison high school students are running a spelling bee to raise money for an orphanage in Nepal. Spell to Save Lives will take place at the Edison Valley Playhouse on 2196 Oak Tree…