CARTERET – The Carteret Police Department will present a Neighborhood Watch Program next week to educate the public about phone scams. The free event will take place at the Community Center, Carteret Public Library Building, 100 Cooke Avenue at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 19.
WOODBRIDGE – The Oct. 22-24 Woodbridge Ghost Walk will show a side not typically found in textbooks – the township’s rich history of ghosts, curious incidents and unexplained occurrences from Colonial days to the present.
ROSELAND– Everyone runs up a little credit card debt, right? That’s what many people tell themselves to justify carrying heavy loan amounts, but the fact is that undisciplined spending and poor credit management are serious problems that must be addressed.
CLARK – A ghost hunting presentation, children’s story times and an information session about senior services are some of the events that are planned at the Clark Public Library, 303 Westfield Avenue.
RAHWAY — Franklin Elementary School in Rahway announced that September’s Patrol of The Month is Raul Torres. Torres is the flag safety patrol, responsible for hanging the flag each morning and taking it down in the afternoon.
EDISON—Pingry fifth-grade student and badminton player Raymond Chen, a resident of Edison, won two bronze medals in the XIX Pan American Junior Championship that took place in Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic in August 2010.
MARTINSVILLE—Pingry students from the Classes of 2010, 2011, and 2012 have earned 177 AP Scholar Awards in recognition of their exceptional achievement on AP Exams in the spring of 2010.
EDISON — Edison Firefighter Dan Wood shows the children in the Middlesex County College Child Care Center the helmet and mask he uses when fighting fires.
Disasters from climate change are becoming more frequent and more severe – consider this year alone, with the devastating flooding in Pakistan, the Russian heat wave, an incredible ice chunk calving off of Greenland – and New York’s hottest summer on record.