LINDEN—The Department of Public Property & Community Services is seeking volunteers to assist with the Nutrition Program, weekdays from 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
WESTFIELD — Westfield Community Players (WCP), one of the oldest continuously operating community based theater organizations in New Jersey, is closing out their 75th anniversary season with the Ray Cooney farce, “Caught in the Net”.
NEW BRUNSWICK – Women who survive early-stage breast cancer and smoke have an increased chance of developing a new second cancer in their other breast or elsewhere.
MILWAUKEE, WI – As weight-loss warriors climb to the mountaintop of fitness and better health, they will inevitably cross a plateau or two in their journey.
NEWARK— As the trees and flowers are blooming this spring, so are our allergies. Each year, the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA) names May as National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month to educate people about the causes, symptoms and treatments of asthma and allergies.
CLARK—Stan Gurski, a noted authority on the American Revolution and firearms expert, will be at the Dr. Robinson Museum on Sunday, May 16 from noon-4 p.m.
SPRINGFIELD — AAA New Jersey invites its members and the general public to donate to its Troop Collection, which will benefit active U.S. soldiers.
CRANFORD – During the month of May, Union County College will be hosting Financial Aid Fairs for potential students to learn more about the financial aid process at the school.
SUMMIT—The Choral Art Society of New Jersey, Inc. announces a Sunday afternoon concert featuring John Rutter’s Feel the Spirit, a unique arrangement of some traditional spirituals along with some well known opera choruses and more.
CLARK — Through this past weekend, Pasquales Ristorante Italiano remains atop the standings in the Clark Men’s Softball League with a perfect 4-0 record.
EDISON—The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison showcased the musical and vocal talent of its Upper School students on the evening of April 29 during its annual spring concert.
LAKEWOOD, NJ – The Charleston RiverDogs scored five runs in the top of the fourteenth inning Monday night to beat the BlueClaws 6-1.
My reason for not accepting government money is a letter dated Feb 4, 1974, the year I graduated from medical school. My father, who owned a small contracting business, thumb-tacked it over his desk, to remind him not to bid on government jobs.