CLARK – The Clark Board of Education will meet 5 p.m. in the media center of Arthur L. Johnson High School and immediately convene in executive session for confidential matters. The public session of the meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in the Clark Council Chambers, located at 315 Westfield Avenue.
EAST BRUNSWICK – The Federal Emergency Management Agency has opened a disaster recovery center in Middlesex County to provide face-to-face assistance to those who suffered damage from Hurricane Irene.
STATE — The swearing in of the Anne Murray Patterson as associate justice of the state Supreme Court last week marked the end of black and Hispanic representation on New Jersey’s highest court.
UNION COUNTY — Tickets for the Sept. 16 performance of Blondie at the Borgata Casino in Atlantic City, are available in the price range of $80 to $385 but fans can take in a free concert when the group appears the following day at Union County MusicFest.
The US Postal Service will be bankrupt by December without an injection of tax dollars but so would almost every other function of this republic, except Social Security and Medicare, so calling this a government bailout seems inappropriate.
WOODBRIDGE – A Fords elementary school has received a grant from a leading publisher of children’s books to purchase a digital reader program, Woodbridge School District officials announced Monday.
As a recent national poll demonstrated, farms and farming are “top of mind” for most people who are asked about New Jersey. For years, many New Jerseyans have been savoring “Jersey Fresh” produce – and appreciating the tremendous importance of agriculture to our state.
STATE – Students throughout New Jersey raised more than $122,000 to support cancer research during the Pasta for Pennies campaign presented by Olive Garden and benefiting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS).
TRENTON –With school back in session, it is imperative that both motorists and students be extra vigilant on New Jersey’s roadways, especially in school zones and near bus stops, Attorney General Paul T. Dow and Acting Highway Traffic Safety Director Gary Poedubicky cautioned today.