I would like to thank Clark’s Third Ward voters for re-electing me their Councilman. I appreciate their show of support and will continue to work hard to keep them informed and represent their interests.
During pregnancy, many women are asked whether they plan to bank their baby’s cord blood. Once considered a waste product, umbilical cord blood contains stem cells that can be used to treat certain illnesses such as blood and immune system disorders.
NEW BRUNSWICK – Approximately 3,901 wanted persons from across New
Jersey voluntarily turned themselves in at Fugitive Safe Surrender, held
Nov. 3-6, at First Baptist Church of Lincoln Gardens in
Somerset. Because not all cases have been processed, the total is
still being counted and is expected to approximate 4,000.
COLONIA – Clark police officers shot and killed a 300-pound black bear on Sunday morning when it charged at a Woodbridge police officer at a park on Inman Avenue in Colonia, Clark Police Chief Denis Connell said.
TRENTON – Assembly Democrats will make another attempt to restore funding for women’s health care and challenge the Christie administration’s medical marijuana use rules today. Lawmakers will also consider a bill to abolish the Council on Affordable Housing.
ELIZABETH –Police officers fatally shot one suspect in a Saturday morning robbery and wounded another, authorities said.
SOUTH AMBOY – After all the votes were counted – machine, absentee and provisional ballots – Democrat Fred Henry appears to be the winner of South Amboy’s mayoral race.
CLARK – The Clark Public Library, 303 Westfield Avenue, will collect non-perishable food donations for the New Jersey Community Food Bank and local food pantries from Nov. 15-Dec. 31.
NEW BRUNSWICK – The Hyacinth AIDS Foundation, New Jersey’s first and largest AIDS service organization serving over 15,000 people annually, will recognize three local individuals for their efforts in the fight against HIV/AIDS at its 25th Anniversary Gala on Nov. 13.