The typical U.S. family spends about $1,900 a year on home utility bills. With October being National Energy Efficiency Month, it’s a great time to evaluate your home and determine ways you can save energy and money.
CLARK — During fall break week, several exciting programs will be offered at the Clark Public Library. “School breaks are a great time for families to visit the library and see what fantastic, free resources are available. The programs planned for this week promise to be fun and exciting,” says Children’s Librarian Eileen Smith.
SUMMIT—Dr. Raynard Riley is planning to buy back Halloween candy from Nov. 1–5 from 9 a.m. – 5 p.m. at his office located at 475 Springfield Avenue, Ste. 210, Summit.
SCOTCH PLAINS – The Union Catholic Performing Arts Company will kick off its 2010-2011 season with their fall play, “The Nerd”. Performances will take place on Nov. 4, 5, and 6 at 7 p.m.
MOUNTAINSIDE — The IRS reminds taxpayers to take advantage of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 tax breaks that are still available. Tax incentives are still available for making energy efficient improvements to your home and for college expenses paid by parents or students.
NEWARK — NJ TRANSIT customers now have unprecedented access to bus schedule information while on the go, thanks to the launch of the agency’s “My Bus” system, which enables travelers to find out when the next bus is arriving at more than 19,000 bus stops all over New Jersey.
HILLSIDE — The Concert Artist Program of Kean University celebrates its 11th season with The Music of Samuel Zyman on Nov. 18 at 8 p.m. in Enlow Recital Hall.
TRENTON– What if state police and firefighter academies had fewer and fewer instructors each year to meet the demand? An equally devastating yet quiet crisis is brewing in nursing programs across the state.
CAMDEN– When the New Jersey City University women’s soccer team did not win a league game and finished in last place in the New Jersey Athletic Conference every year from 1995-2008, an appearance in the NJAC Tournament was merely a dream.