Nicholas Baldino of Old Bridge High School was presented a 2010 Caring Award by the Middlesex County Guidance Council.
CLARK – Girl Scouts from the various troops in Clark recently volunteered their services to plant flowers under the town’s recreation marquee.
ROSELLE — Roselle’s students of the month were honored by the Roselle Steering Committee at the Board of Education meeting on Monday, May 24.
JERSEY CITY – A recent New Jersey City University Student Science Showcase featured displays about the research and class projects completed by biology, chemistry, geoscience and physics majors.
ISELIN – Indus American Bank recently announced Baleshwar Khanna as one of the bank’s new directors. In this role, Khanna will serve as a member of the IAB board and will also serve on the bank’s marketing committee.
What America needs most today is a peace movement, a broad-based coalition that opposes not only the American empire’s operations in Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan (as well as less overt activities elsewhere), but also their attendant accretion of presidential power, which diminishes or eliminates civil liberties and the traditional protections accorded criminal suspects.
STATE – New Jersey will host the 2014 Super Bowl, NFL officials announced today.
TRENTON — While it is improbable the BP oil spill off the coast of Louisiana will have any effect on the Jersey Shore or the state’s fishing industry this summer, the Department of Environmental Protection is not taking any chances.
STATE — New Jersey voters split in their opinions of Gov. Chris Christie, with 44% approving of the way he is handling his job as governor and 42% disapproving, according to the most recent poll by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind™.
NEWARK – A Berkeley Heights man is charged with abusive sexual contact for allegedly victimizing a woman aboard a flight from Hong Kong to Newark Liberty International Airport, United States Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced Monday. Ramesh Advani, 63, was…
TRENTON – Legislation to toughen penalties for airport security breaches continues advancing toward law.
NEW BRUNSWICK – Thousands of new and recent college graduates seeking entry level and advanced job opportunities are expected to attend the New Jersey Collegiate Career Day sponsored by Rutgers’ Office of Career Services Wednesday, May 26.