ELIZABETH — Trinitas Regional Medical Center is one of just eight healthcare facilities in New Jersey to receive the American College of Surgeons National Accreditation Program for Breast Centers (NAPBC).
LINDEN – On June 26, employees from Infineum’s Bayway Chemical Plant and Linden Business and Technology Center, along with family members and friends “Pulled for American Heroes.”
ELIZABETH – Five Union Vicinage probation division staff received awards from the Chief Probation Officers of New Jersey (CPONJ) at the R. J. Hughes Justice Complex in Trenton on July 20.
RAHWAY – Burger King® guests can help fight childhood cancers by giving $1 to The Jimmy Fund through the A Chance for Kids® program, starting July 25 through Sept. 5, at participating restaurants in ten states across the Northeast. Burger King at 1714 Route 1 South, Rahway, is among the locations collecting donations.
SOUTH AMBOY – In exchange for the ownership of a waterway that belonged to South Amboy, New Jersey turned over 4.3 acres of waterfront land. The agreement also calls for a deed restriction on 9.3 acres of beach and Portia Street to ensure ongoing public access to Raritan Bay.
Mass emergencies from natural or man-made events may occur quickly and without warning. To ensure that the county is prepared to deal with such situations, we constantly work to obtain new safety resources and updated training for our employees.
You never know what obstacles life is going to put in front of you. When I was 25, I was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis. Before I turned 30, I was using a wheelchair.
As the back to school season swings into full gear this fall, there are many opportunities for adults to volunteer and support school activities.
With Washington not showing much leadership these days, states defaulting, and big companies laying off, we may all soon be relying much more on our local economies and communities to get us through hard times.