LINDEN – Linden children at the Al Kalla Day Camp recently enjoyed an end-of-season “Fun Day.” (All photos courtesy of Linden)
STATE — Chief Justice Stuart Rabner announced that Superior Court Judge John C. Kennedy will be elevated to the Appellate Division effective Sept. 1.
EDISON — Middlesex County artists over age 60 who participated in the Middlesex County Department of Senior Services Senior Art Contest view their work at The Studio Art Gallery in the Middlesex County College Performing Arts Center in Edison.
GRANVILLE, Ohio — Jerome Price of Rahway has been awarded a Martin Luther King Jr. scholarship for the academic year 2011-2012. This scholarship recognizes a student’s outstanding personal, moral and intellectual leadership in the Denison community.
NEW BRUNSWICK – Cheryl Williams of North Brunswick has been designated as the Middlesex Vicinage municipal division manager, Assignment Judge Travis Francis announced.
Ever heard of a “two-minus-one pregnancy?” Chances are you have not, unless you have read the recent article by that title in the New York Times Magazine.
TRENTON—Average teacher raises are declining, according to a preliminary analysis of 2011-2012 teacher contracts reported by the New Jersey School Boards Association today.
TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie signed measures to provide $90.6 million in grants to counties, towns and nonprofit organizations to preserve farmland across the Garden State and fund State-initiated farmland preservation projects today.
TRENTON – Assembly Democrats Connie Wagner, Peter J. Barnes and Pamela Lampitt on Tuesday touted new legislation to encourage New Jersey’s best and brightest college graduates to stay in New Jersey to start their careers.