SOUTH ORANGE – Seton Hall announced yesterday that junior guard Keon Lawrence (Newark, N.J.) will be activated from suspension and will return to the men’s basketball team upon the completion of the current academic semester.
PERTH AMBOY-Last year I wrote about the 1978 Holy Spirit Grammar School Christmas play. Here is the information from the 1979 Christmas play, from material given to me for my column.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — This year’s holiday stamps extend diverse greetings. The 44-cent First-Class stamps include Christmas: Madonna and Sleeping Child by Sassoferrato, Eid, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and Winter Holidays.
STATE — Gov.-elect Christopher Christie said Middlesex County Democratic Chairman Joseph Spicuzzo is unqualified for appointment to a seat on the Sports and Exposition Authority. Spicuzzo, who also has been the Middlesex County Sheriff since 1980, shrugged off a blistering…
TRENTON—Challenging young people to pursue their dreams, the New Jersey Hall of Fame announced the newest class of inductees with legends and luminaries ranging from jazz great Count Basie to President Woodrow Wilson.
TRENTON—A report from the Division of Consumer Affairs released today recommends new regulations to curtail the potential for conflicts of interest between doctors and pharmaceutical companies and medical device manufacturers.
TRENTON – A new report analyzing real budgets of New Jersey families statewide demonstrates how much Garden State families can afford to spend on health care.
BERKELEY, Calif.—College seniors who graduated in 2008 carried an average of $23,200 in student loan debt, according to a recent report.
The holiday season is here and it seems like there is always something to get done. From last-minute shopping to cookie baking, this can be one of the happiest and certainly one of the busiest times of the year. With so much to do to get ready for friends and family, food safety may not be on your mind as you plan your holiday menu—but it should be.
MONMOUTH JUNCTION – Fostering Wishes for Children, a service of Foster and Adoptive Family Services, recently granted its 1,000 wish to a New Jersey child in foster care, which was a therapy toy to help strengthen a developmentally delayed infant.
LIVINGSTON – The legal community has suffered during the economic recession and the New Jersey State Bar Association is reaching out help attorneys looking to make a new start.
ROSELLE PARK—“Make Your Own” Holiday Craft Class, will be offered on Dec. 17 from 4 – 6 p.m. as a fundraiser for the art gallery at the Casano Community Center.
ELIZABETH—Gov.-elect Christopher Christie announced the appointment of three transition team members from Elizabeth, Board of Education member and former President Rafael Fajardo, Schools Superintendent Pablo Munoz and former Councilman Tony Monteiro.