FORT KNOX, Ky. — Norbert Reyes has graduated from the Army ROTC (Reserve Officers’ Training Corps) Leader’s Training Course at Fort Knox, Ky.
RAHWAY — Knowledge hunters Noadia Charles, Xyaire Merriweather, and Jazon Andes perform a one act play about Early Explorers for Debbie Prakapas’ 5th grade class at Roosevelt School in Rahway.
CLARK — In a new innovation aimed at building a bridge of communication between local realtors and the Clark School District and Municipality, on October 15th a Realtors Day was hosted in the Clark School District.
HILLSIDE – The Kean University men’s soccer team battled visiting Ursinus College a to double-overtime 0-0 tie in non-conference action on Tuesday afternoon.
TRENTON – Assembly Speaker Pro Tempore Jerry Green introduced legislation on Monday that would create a more sensible approach to replace the state’s antiquated COAH (Council on Affordable Housing) laws that have hampered development throughout New Jersey for roughly the last two decades.
LINDEN — Kathy Ferrise, 44 of Linden, recently received her second heart transplant at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center.
NEW BRUNSWICK– Socioeconomic factors such as a lower level of education and lack of health insurance may impact individuals’ knowledge of the type of skin cancer with which they are diagnosed. As a result, these individuals may have a poor sense of the measures they need to take to reduce the risk of future skin cancers.
MAHWAH – The Kean University field hockey team picked up their ninth win of the season as they defeated Ramapo College, 1-0, Tuesday afternoon in New Jersey Athletic Conference action.
STATE — The Garden State Green Awards, also known as the “Boggies,” honor individuals and organizations that have made a significant contribution to the environment, demonstrating that we can indeed “Save the Planet, One Person at a Time.”