SOUTH AMBOY—The City of South Amboy will welcome the return of musician and vocalist Mick Moloney for the 16th year, at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 3, at South Amboy High School, 200 Governor Harold G. Hoffman Plaza on John T. O’Leary Boulevard.
KEENE, N.H.— Adam Reszko of Clark has been named to the dean’s list at Keene State College for the fall 2009semester.
PARAMUS – The International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 164 recently celebrated 108 years of electrical excellence by honoring 32 members for their combined 1,810 years of distinguished service to the construction industry.
CARTERET—St. Demetrius Church will be holding three Lenten pierogi sales – Feb. 19, March 19 and April 1.
SMITHFIELD, R.I.—Jenifer Llontop of Elizabeth was named to the fall semester Dean’s List at Bryant University. Llontop is a junior majoring in accounting.
EDISON—Joseph R. Morano, J.D. has been appointed special assistant to the president for labor relations and legal affairs at Middlesex County College.
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y.—Craig Adams of Woodbridge has been named to the fall semester dean’s list at Hofstra University.
HEMPSTEAD, N.Y.—The following local residents have been named to the fall semester’s Dean’s List at Hofstra University:
LINDEN—Berkeley College recently announced the appointment of Michael K. Smullen of Linden as director of Alumni Affairs.
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Springfield College has named the following local students to the dean’s list for academic excellence for the fall 2009 term.
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CARTERET—Mayor Daniel Reiman has announced that Carteret has partnered with the Intersect Fund in hosting an eight-week advisory course for potential small business investors. The courses are a part of the Carteret Office of Economic Development’s expanding program agenda for new and existing local businesses.
EDISON – Voters rejected a referendum to renovate existing school buildings and add a new elementary school on Tuesday. The $166.8 million plan would have increased taxes by about $120 for the average Edison homeowner.