TRENTON – Legislation to help emergency medical technicians get back to work sooner was unanimously approved this week by the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee.
Only six percent of American adults use Twitter, according to a new report by the Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project.
CLARK — Members of the Slattery Detachment of the Marine Corps League and guests from the Clark School District recently visited the military wounded at Bethesda Hospital.
TRENTON — The Assembly Regulatory and Oversight Committee unanimously approved a measure sponsored by state Sen. Raymond Lesniak (D-Elizabeth) that would allow Internet gambling – including online poker – in New Jersey.
LINDEN – A deli on Hagel Avenue was robbed yesterday morning by two men wearing ski masks, authorities said.
LIVINGSTON — The holidays are here and often food is the centerpiece of festivities and celebrations, but the holiday season doesn’t mean you have to pack on the pounds or add inches to your waist!
NEW BRUNSWICK – The State Theatre will present a New Year’s concert on Friday, Dec. 31, at 6 p.m. Salute To Vienna features a cast of over 75 musicians, European singers and dancers including The Strauss Symphony of America, led by European maestro Klaus Arp; Polish soprano Katarzyna Dondalska; Hungarian tenor Dániel Vadász; and members of the Kiev-Aniko Ballet of Ukraine.
ROSELAND – The holidays are a joyous – and potentially expensive – time of year. In fact, according to a 2009 Consumer Reports survey, consumers said they planned on spending an average of $699 on gifts, but they admitted to actually shelling out an average of $811.
SOUTH AMBOY-In December 1902, the Dr. A.L. Bright Drug Store, which was on Broadway, sold Vantine’s perfume in beautiful holiday packages. They also had Lunborg and Palmer’s perfumes, manicure sets, softly razors, and fountain pens. They sold Whitman’s and Roselle Vogue chocolates, a full line of Christmas and New Year cards, and booklets. Christmas seals were sold for 25 cents for five.