LINDEN – The newly-formed Linden Society for Historic Preservation will help plan the celebration of the city’s 150th anniversary of incorporation and celebrate Linden’s history.
(NAPSI)—With high unemployment, plus concerns over rising gas prices and inflation, parents are seeking ways to cut the costs associated with getting teen drivers on the road.
We are coming to the end of the week that you either looked forward to or dreaded since becoming a high school senior last September. This was the week that, as juniors last year, you politely listened when the senior college decision dramas unfolded before you, like a twister bearing down on Oklahoma. Who got in and where and who didn’t. What was fair and what wasn’t. College decision week is just another version of “March Madness”.
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – Not all “healthy” restaurant meals are created equal. When dining out, protect yourself from being deceived by incorporating these tips from Beth LaCoste, R.D., L.D., nutritional expert for TOPS Club, Inc. (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), the nonprofit weight-loss support organization.
SPRINGFIELD — On Monday, April 11, at 7 p.m., the Springfield Free Public Library will present a free belly dancing demonstration.
RAHWAY – Arts Guild New Jersey has launched EYES ON THE ARTS, an online silent art auction of over 60 artworks by local and regional artists. Online bidding is open now through May 13. Bidding starts at $30.
(NAPSI)—When it comes to allergies, eye symptoms are among the most commonly reported. According to a recent Gallup Study of Allergies, 89 percent of allergy sufferers report suffering from eye symptoms such as itchy (75 percent), watery (60 percent), red (44 percent) or dry (30 percent) eyes as well as swollen eyelids (30 percent).
SPRINGFIELD — On Sunday, April 10, at 2 p.m., the Springfield Free Public Library will offer a tour of international songs from many of the countries around the world. They will be performed in English and in their original languages.
Here are some past businesses from around the area remembered by Melvin Baker: