TRENTON – Legislation that would prohibit discrimination against a potential organ transplant recipient on the basis of a mental or physical disability cleared the full Senate Monday.
ROBBINSVILLE — Did you know that one in three Americans is affected by cardiovascular disease? That means that you or someone you know has probably been touched by heart disease or stroke.
STATE — The decision by the Christie administration to move forward with allowing sports betting in casinos and racetracks across the state, despite a federal law which prohibits all but a few states from doing so, receives majority support, according to the most recent Fairleigh Dickinson University PublicMind survey of adults aged 18 and older.
LINDEN — The Children’s Room of the Linden Public Library will host a free concert for children who live in Linden on Monday, Sept. 17, which is a vacation day for the Linden Public Schools.
Mitt Romney says “every year I’ve paid at least 13 percent [of my income in taxes] and if you add in addition the amount that goes to charity, why the number gets well above 20 percent.”
NEW BRUNSWICK — New Brunswick Elks Lodge 324 will be hosting a picnic on Saturday, Aug. 25, at the American Legion Pavilion in Milltown from 1 to 5 p.m. to raise funds for children with special needs and veterans.