NEWARK—Spring is upon us, which means warmer weather and spring sports! Though sports are a wonderful way to keep America’s youths active and socialized, they can also cause injury if not carefully monitored.
EDISON – The Edison Chamber of Commerce has announced several upcoming business events in April.
CLARK—Most Reverend Dominic Marconi celebrated Mass recently at St. John the Apostle Church in Clark/Linden marking the parish’s 60 years as a Family of Faith.
ISELIN – Indus American Bank (IAB), the leading bank for the South Asian-American community, has joined hands with Moneydart Global Services, the leading money transfer brand, to provide IAB customers with cost-efficient, quick and simple money transfer service to India, one of the largest destinations for foreign remittances.
MADISON— Old Bridge resident Christina Holowinski, a sophomore at Fairleigh Dickinson University’s College at Florham in Madison, spent eight days in Arizona, where she worked with children of the Navajo Nation as part of FDU’s Alternative Break service project program.
If the mandate to buy insurance survives constitutional challenges, individuals should consider defying the mandate and not purchasing insurance. Why is opting out a sound idea for patients?
MIDDLESEX COUNTY—The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) today announced that it will begin a full investigation of the type and extent of the contamination at the Raritan Bay Slag Superfund Site in Old Bridge and Sayreville within a few weeks.
NEWARK – Merill Lynch will pay the state $4.87 million to settle an investigation into how the financial firm marketed risky investments, New Jersey officials announced today. The company also agreed to repurchase auction-rate securities (ARS) from private investors.
UNION COUNTY—Dr. Charles E. Mitchell, Sr. is running for Union County Sheriff in the June 8 Democratic primary election because he says incumbent Ralph Froehlich’s 33 years in the job is too long.
ROSELLE—The Division of Local Government Services (LGS) may impose fines on Roselle borough council members for failing to adopt a budget in accordance with state law due to the political manipulations of Council President Jamel Holley.
WASHINGTON, D.C. ? Many small businesses and tax-exempt organizations that provide health insurance coverage to their employees now qualify for a special tax credit, according to the Internal Revenue Service.
CLARK – April is National Car Care Month and spring fever is in the air! Drivers are anxious to get to the beach, park, or off to their vacation destination spot. We all know that cars don’t last forever and could have mechanical problems.
CRANFORD – The Theater Project, Union County College’s (UCC) Professional Theater Company, will kick off its 2010 season with a three-weekend run of Paul Grellong’s dark comedy ‘Manuscript’ opening Thursday, April 15 and running through May 2.