Aug. 1 at 3:16 a.m. – Officer Andrew Webb investigated a theft on Lawrence Street.
EDISON – Vendor applications and classic car and bike registrations are now being accepted for Edison’s 19th annual Fall Family Spectacular on Saturday, Sept. 10.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK — A new season of Rutgers Master Gardener Environmental & Community Stewardship classes will be starting soon at the Middlesex County EARTH Center at Davidson’s Mill Pond Park, 42 Riva Avenue in South Brunswick.
CHICAGO, Ill. — Kaplan University celebrated the graduation of its summer 2011 class during a graduation ceremony on Aug. 6 at the Arie Crown Theater in Chicago.
GETTYSBURG, Pa. — Yesenia Cadenas, of Elizabethport, a junior at Gettysburg College, has been placed on the Deans’ Honor List for outstanding academic achievement in the spring semester.
MILLTOWN — United Way of Central Jersey announced a partnership with Target in recognition of its Parent-Child Home Program, an evidence-based initiative focusing on the critical role of parent-child interaction in strengthening families and preparing children for success in school and life.
EWING — Patricia Krupinski of Elizabeth spent two weeks this summer performing community service and engaging in college-level coursework as part of the College of New Jersey’s Bonner Summer Fellows program.
We have waited long enough for the food industry to voluntarily develop standards to reduce the marketing of unhealthy foods to children. While the proposed uniform standards recently announced by several food companies are a step in the right direction, they do not go far enough to have a significant impact on limiting the types of unhealthy foods marketed to children.
Creativity is our birthright. This is not just for some people; it’s for everyone. We often get stuck in our routine, and when we even bother to think about that gazpacho recipe we want to try, or that book we plan to write “some day”, we tend to find excuses that prevent us from taking the first step.