CLARK — Clark Recreation will hold its annual Easter egg hunt on Saturday, April 16 at the Recreation Center from noon-2 p.m.
PERTH AMBOY – The Perth Amboy Office of Recreation will hold an Easter egg hunt this Sunday at the Sadowski Parkway (Waterfront) beginning at 2 p.m. In the event of rain, the egg hunt will be postponed until Saturday, April 23.
EDISON — The area in front of the College Center was transformed into a laboratory for the coolest course on campus as students in the Garde Manger class learned the fundamentals of ice carving.
RAHWAY – Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway now offers digital mammography, a more precise form of breast imaging that records and stores images on computer rather than film.
RAHWAY — March was National Nutrition Month and to recognize the importance of good nutrition and oral health, the Children’s Oral Health Program of NJ Department of Health and Senior Services conducted a special event, “Sugar-Less Day to Prevent Tooth Decay” at schools throughout the state.
EDISON — Fifty-seven people were screened for oral cancer at a free screening held at the Middlesex County College dental clinic April 12. Oral cancer is often curable if caught early, but it can be fatal if not diagnosed in time
EDISON –1st Light Energy will bring Earth Day to life for New Jersey residents when it holds another free solar seminar on Wednesday, April 27 at 7 p.m. at the Swagath Gourmet Restaurant in Edison.
RAHWAY — Mrs. Tourtellot’s kindergarten class at Roosevelt School in Rahway wrote a letter to President Obama and last week the President wrote back. The students asked the President to tell them about his duties.
In the midst of the snowiest winter in recent memory, few of us were thinking about lawns and gardens. But on a chilly day in January when New Jersey lawns were blanketed in white, Governor Christie signed into law the nation‘s toughest fertilizer bill, aimed at protecting our waters – and the creatures living in them – from the damaging effects of chemical nutrients.