CARTERET — Upgrades to Carteret’s Sullivan Field should be complete by the end of March, according to Mayor Daniel Reiman and the borough council.
STATE – The 60 Plus Association, which touts itself as the conservative alternative to the AARP, has come out in support of state Sen. Raymond Lesniak’s legislation to deregulate New Jersey’s landline phone market.
EDISON — The Middlesex County College Foundation is planning a night of make-believe gambling on Friday, April 8 at the Rosewood, 2863 Woodbridge Avenue in Edison. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.; the games begin at 6 p.m.
Dear EarthTalk: December 2010 marked the 26th anniversary of the infamous Bhopal disaster in India when chemical company Union Carbide leaked deadly gases, killing thousands of people. What safeguards are in place today to prevent incidents like this?
BERKELEY HEIGHTS—Attention caregivers, do you feel tired? Are you overwhelmed and stressed? Caring for a loved one can bring on those feelings. You are not alone.
UNION TOWNSHIP — A Democrats for Change candidate for Township Committee in the June 2010 primary election will be unopposed in his bid for the Board of Education.
EDISON – New Jersey Blood Services will hold a blood drive in honor of a student teacher and parent whose lives were saved through blood donations. The blood drive will take place on Thursday, March 17, from 2-8 p.m. at Benjamin Franklin Elementary School, located at 2485 Woodbridge Avenue in Edison.
PERTH AMBOY—Stephen Moir, CEC, AAC, a culinary arts instructor at Middlesex County Vocational and Technical Schools in Perth Amboy, is one of eight candidates for the American Culinary Federation’s 2011 Northeast Region Chef Educator of the Year.
A bill that would require members of a board of education to undergo criminal history background investigation, for which the unpaid elected officials would pay a tax, has been approved by both houses of the Legislature and is waiting for action by Gov. Chris Christie.