ELIZABETH–Trinitas Regional Medical Center will host “Language of the Heart: Separating Myths from Facts in Cardiac Health,” on Thursday, Feb. 17. The special program for women is part of Trinitas’ annual observance of American Heart Month.
ELIZABETH — Cranford High School has won the 2010-2011 Union County mock trial competition. They will advance to the central regional competition on Feb. 10 at 10 a.m. at the New Jersey Law Center in New Brunswick.
EDISON — After a rigorous audition at Monmouth Academy of Musical Arts in Morganville, pianist Kimberly Son of Woodbridge was selected to perform at the prestigious Carnegie Hall, Weill Recital Hall on the evening of Saturday, Feb. 5 in the Crescendo International Music Competition 2011.
MANCHESTER, N.H. – Southern New Hampshire University men’s basketball junior Tory Stapleton of Rahway recently scored his 1,000th career point, becoming the 43rd player in program history to achieve the milestone.
FAIRFIELD, Conn. — Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn., has announced that Nicole Bethavas of Clark has made the Dean’s List for the fall semester. To receive this honor, a student must achieve a 3.6 grade average, based on a 4.0 scale.
EDISON — Eighth grade students in Noreen Jafri’s Earth science class at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison recently investigated the identity of unknown materials and rocks using the National Audubon Society Guide.
BOSTON, Mass. – Northeastern University named a number of local students to the University’s dean’s list for the fall semester 2010, which ended in December 2010.
TRENTON – State officials are putting public safety increasingly at risk with unwise budget cuts and pension alterations, according to Elizabeth Deputy Fire Chief Lathey Wirkus, who is also the county’s mutual aid coordinator.
BERKELEY HEIGHTS — A Maryland teenager was arrested and charged Monday night with sending a threatening message via the internet saying students in Berkeley Heights were in danger of being shot while in school, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow said.