LIVINGSTON — It’s a documented fact — smoke alarms save lives. Most fatal house fires happen in homes without working smoke alarms. In addition, many take place at night when the victims are sleeping.
CARTERET – Borough residents will celebrate Carteret’s Disabilities Awareness Day on Sunday, March 13, at St. Demetrius Hall, 681-691 Roosevelt Avenue, between noon and 4 p.m.
MILLTOWN — Jewish Family and Vocational Service of Middlesex County will be offering a social skills group for teens between the ages of 14 through 17. Cheryl Solomon, a New Jersey licensed clinical social worker brings over 25 years experience treating adolescents and their families.
Valentine’s Day can either be a pleasurable occasion or stress filled with high expectations and disappointment. If you have that special relationship, Valentine’s Day can be a time to show love and affection. For singles, the day can be a reminder of loneliness or a missing relationship.
ELIZABETH — With 89 members, the January 2011 graduating class of the Trinitas School of Nursing set a record as the largest in the school’s 120-year history at the convocation exercises held recently at Union County College.
GREAT LAKES, Ill. — Navy Seaman John Paul Sauer, son of Christine and Jack R. Sauer of Edison, recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
FAIR LAWN – For the tenth straight year, Columbia Bank has donated books to 50 selected New Jersey school and public libraries in celebration of Black History Month.
RAHWAY — Pharmacy Technician Lori Gonzalez of Linden (left) and Coronary Care Nurse Theresa Dobbin of Clark (right) receive star employee of the year awards from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway President Kirk Tice.
CLARK — The Clark Chapter of UNICO recently held its kick off meeting for the new year at Bistro 1051 in Clark.