CLARK – Parents and community members packed the auditorium at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark Wednesday night to learn about how they can help fight bullying and cyber bullying.
Speaking on legislation that would allow legal notices to be posted on government websites instead of requiring publication in newspapers, Assemblyman Jon Bramnick of Westfield said, “I thought this was a no-brainer.”
NEW BRUNSWICK – Middlesex County officials announced a planned arrangement with Mercer County to share juvenile services on Tuesday.
NEWARK – The Office of the Attorney General and State Division of Consumer Affairs are offering seminars and tutorials to help college students understand credit, and avoid a history of bad credit that can cause long-lasting harm as they begin their careers and adult lives.
NEWARK – NJ Transit is expanding its “My Transit” alert system to allow customers to receive weekend rail alerts and notifications of disruptions in the Access Link paratransit service.
RAHWAY – Rahway residents can sign up to receive text message alerts from the Rahway Police Department using the free Nixle Community Information Service.
TRENTON – According to the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, residential electricity customers can expect a small decrease in their monthly bills this summer because of the results of the state’s tenth annual electricity auction for Basic Generation Service.
Skillful interior decorating is largely an artistic endeavor, but there’s some science involved also, and none more important than the psychology of color.
BALTIMORE, Md.— The American Pain Foundation (APF) announced Wednesday the launch of “Is Fibro the Cause?” in New Jersey, a project designed to raise awareness about fibromyalgia, a painful and often misdiagnosed musculoskeletal condition.