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.
HIGHLAND PARK – Businesses in Highland Park will offer specials every Wednesday in November to gear up for the holiday shopping center.
NEW BRUNSWICK—State Theatre presents juggling duo, The Passing Zone on Sunday, Nov. 21, at 3 p.m. In their new show, Gravity Attacks!, veteran jugglers Jon Wee and Owen Morse invite the audience to join them in their fight against the world’s most destructive evil force—gravity.
STATE — Veteran’s Day is Thursday, Nov. 11 and New Jersey Blood Services is calling upon the community to donate blood in recognition of our veterans, and in honor of those who currently serve to protect our country and freedom.
CRANFORD—The Friends of the Cranford Public Library will hold a used art print sale on Saturday, Nov. 20, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue.