WASHINGTON, D.C. – A bill that will end the barrage of loud television commercials was signed into federal law last week.
ELIZABETH – United Way of Greater Union County announced last week that it has been awarded $125,000 to support their network of Family Success Centers by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF). The grant is designed to help the centers provide emergency assistance to families in need.
RAHWAY — Franklin Elementary School in Rahway recently held their annual Winter Concert. Performances included the Franklin School Band, Franklin School Strings Orchestra, Select Chorus, a piano solo by Dominick DePaz as well as a musical play titled, “A Rainbow Christmas” performed by the second grade.
GRANTHAM, Pa. – The Kean University women’s basketball team scored the game’s first nine points and never looked back as the Cougars defeated host Messiah College, 73-64, in non-conference action on Saturday afternoon.
UNION– Senior forward Jonathan Jones had game-highs of 31 points and 17 rebounds to rally the Kean University men’s basketball team to a 68-60 victory over Albright College in non-conference action on Saturday afternoon.
LINDEN — The Linden School No. 9 PTA held its fifth annual Barnes and Noble Read-A- Long. This one of the many initiatives of the PTA to promote reading and made it fun for the children to read in a different environment.
EAST MEADOW, N.Y. — Navy Petty Officer 1st Class William Perez, son of Olga I. Gomez of Elizabeth, recently reported for duty at Navy Recruiting District New York, East Meadow, N. Y.
One of the key provisions of the Obama administration’s healthcare law has been struck down as unconstitutional by Federal District Court Judge Henry E. Hudson. The decision is the culmination of a lawsuit brought by the Commonwealth of Virginia against Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius.
TRENTON–Winter is coming soon, and that means snow, frozen ponds and wind chills hovering around zero. Before spending anytime outdoors in these conditions, the NJ Department of Health and Senior Services urges everyone to properly prepare themselves for the cold weather and be alert to hypothermia and frostbite – two common winter health hazards.