TRENTON – Legislation to reform public worker pensions and benefits and to ease burdensome business regulation, plus a joint hearing on how to fix the state’s unemployment insurance fund, top Thursday’s Assembly agendas.
CLARK—The Skulski Art Gallery of the Polish Cultural Foundation in Clark will present an exhibition of artworks by the students of Ivan Bratko’s Art School. The school is located at the foundation since 1999.
RAHWAY—March brought the culmination of weeks of effort for the junior class and their teachers at Rahway High School.
Diabetes is a serious issue affecting 24 million Americans. It’s a major health concern and mounting problem for the country as a whole, especially for the rapidly expanding senior population.
CLARK—On Thursday, March 11, three members of the Rutgers Football team visited St. Agnes School. In addition to reading several books the lower grades, Tyler Thomas, Darrell Givens and Jimmy Dumont visited the middle school and signed autographs.
HAMILTON – AAA Mid-Atlantic urges spring break travelers to heed the current U.S. Department of State warning if traveling to Mexico.
UNION—On Wednesday, March 31, at 7 p.m., Union resident Walt Jarko will discuss his self-publishing journey using the photographs in the current Les Malamut Art Gallery exhibition “Cowboys & Horses of the Wild West” which is on display through April 30.
The name Bernard Madoff will forever be associated with investment fraud. Unfortunately, Madoff is not the only bad apple involved in handling the money of trusting investors. With the softening stock market, many fraudulent investment schemes across the country have come tumbling down like a house of cards.
BRIDGEWATER – As New Jerseyans clean up from the recent Nor’Easter, Allstate New Jersey Insurance Company (Allstate New Jersey) suggests some tips to help protect you and your property from unscrupulous contractors.
EDISON—Jewish Family & Vocational Service of Middlesex County recently announced that caregivers now have another resource for assistance with the responsibilities for their loved ones.
CLARK – The American Cancer Society urges local companies to help support the fight against cancer in the community by becoming a sponsor of Relay For Life of Clark.
RAHWAY—After reading a story about a vision impaired character, fifth grade students at Grover Cleveland School had “eye-opening” experiences.
RAHWAY—Students at Franklin School in Alicia Scipioni’s second grade class worked with Kean University intern Patricia Keane on exploring capacity. The students explored relationships among units of capacity and identified equivalent measures of capacity.