EDISON — Shruti Nadkarni of Edison, a junior at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, has been honored for her exemplary volunteer service with a President’s Volunteer Service Award.
Feb. 21 at 1:33 a.m. – Officer Andrew Webb investigated a theft at Jaques Avenue.
HIGHLAND PARK-Memories from a former resident: “I was born in 1929 and lived on the border of Raritan Township, now Edison, in the Lindeneau section. I could actually cross both streets, Woodbridge Ave. and Duclos Lane, and be in Edison.
Dear EarthTalk: I heard someone say that the environmental benefits of natural gas for electricity generation were overstated and that it is not as green-friendly as the industry would have us believe. What is your take on this? — D. Montcalm, Brewster, NY
CARTERET – The Carteret Public Library will offer extended hours for two weeks in March to help students who are preparing for exams.
CARTERET – Artwork by Miloslaw Chelchowski will be on display at the Carteret Public Library throughout the month of March. Chelchowski’s work includes drawings, watercolors, oil paintings and acrylics.
ELIZABETH–Community Access Unlimited will host its 27th Annual Awards Night Celebration on Wednesday, April 13, at L’Affaire in Mountainside. The non-profit social services agency provides assistance to people with disabilities and at-risk youth.
Before the housing crisis, it wasn’t uncommon for people to raid their home-equity piggybanks to pay off bills. Plummeting home values and tougher lending standards helped curb that practice, leading some people to engage in a far more disturbing habit: borrowing or withdrawing money from their retirement accounts to cope with financial hardship.
LINDEN – Linden recreation will offer a spring soccer clinic for youngsters ages 4-5 and league play for children ages 6-10.