IOWA CITY, Iowa—Racial and income gaps in college success rates can be narrowed by ensuring that all students take a rigorous core curriculum in high school, according to a new study by ACT, Inc.
Millionaires can probably skip this column. Most likely they’ve already got a team of financial professionals advising them about the best ways to pass along their wealth. For the rest of us, however, a quick refresher course on how the IRS treats gifts might prove helpful.
CRANFORD — Calvary Lutheran Church, 108 Eastman Street, Cranford will return to a fall and winter schedule with slightly different Sunday worship times. The new schedule begins on Sunday, Sept. 26.
UNION – The Superior Court of New Jersey, Union Vicinage, will hold a workshop for landlords and tenants on Thursday, Sept. 23 from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in the Union Public Library, 1980 Morris Ave., Union.
NEW BRUNSWICK– Seeking better health outcomes for one of New Jersey’s fastest growing populations, The Cancer Institute of New Jersey (CINJ) has partnered with the Shri Krishna Nidhi (SKN) Foundation and the Satrangi School of Fusion, to educate South Asian-Americans about their risks for cancer.
SOUTH AMBOY — At a time when the blood supply is dangerously low due to summer shortages in area hospitals, Lenahan Chiropractic Center in South Amboy is sponsoring a blood drive that will help NJ Blood Services in their mission to save lives, and also benefit the children in the Boys & Girls Clubs of Perth Amboy and Monmouth County.
LINDEN — It is 3 p.m.; school is out. What does your child do now? If you are looking for an after school program for your child, Castle Learning Center can help you.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – The Middlesex County Cultural and Heritage Commission will participate in the Sixth Annual Museum Day hosted by Smithsonian Media.
Memories from a reader named Bill: “I happened upon your brief memories from William Frolich about Elizabeth’s Recreation Pier. I remember it from the early 1950s when my Dad took me fishing on the ‘Buddy’, a party boat owned and run by Capt. Fred Mullens (sp?).