WASHINGTON, D.C. – Research show that credit card interest rates have stabilized and consumers are seeing a reduction in some fees following changes made by federal law in 2009.
JAMAICA, N.Y.– On May 6, a team of Customs and Border Protections Officers at John F. Kennedy International Airport in New York seized two pounds of coca leaf products that contained trace amounts of cocaine.
TRENTON – As part of an effort to improve the health of children by providing access to nutritious meals in schools, New Jersey has received funding to expand the Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program for the 2011-2012 school year.
TRENTON – The Assembly approved a bill that would give adoptees in New Jersey access to their medical history and birth records on Monday by a vote of 44-26-2. The bill now heads to Gov. Chris Christie’s desk, though he…
NEWARK – A Rahway man admitted Monday to posing as a licensed physician and unlawfully treating patients, prescribing medicine, and ordering procedures at an Elizabeth medical practice in a Medicaid and Medicare fraud scheme, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
CRANFORD – Back by popular demand, Cruiser Nights will return to downtown Cranford on Thursday, May 12.
STATE – This year 244 girls from the Girl Scouts of Central & Southern NJ recently earned the Girl Scout Silver Award, the second highest award a girl can earn in Girl Scouting.
SOUTH AMBOY – Two projects submitted by resident artists at The Studio™ at Mecca Entertainment have made there way through to the voting round of the 2011 Pepsi Refresh Project.
WOODBRIDGE–On Sunday, May 22 at Middlesex County College, The Knight Owls, a four-piece blues and rock band from Fords, will perform a free concert during the 2011 Arthritis Walk beginning at 10:30 a.m.