NEW BRUNSWICK – Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital’s Community Health Promotions Program will be among the community organizations participating in the 5th Annual “Working Toward a Healthy New Brunswick” Health Fair on Saturday, June 2 at Pine Street Recreation Park in New Brunswick (at the corner of Georges Road and Pine Street).
CRANFORD – To support Union County’s “Union County Means Business” initiative, Union County College will host the Grand Opening of the Career Services Center on the first floor of the college’s Kellogg Building of the Elizabeth Campus.
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WOODBRIDGE- The following memories are from Diane Lorow McVey: “I was saddened when I recently heard that St. Cecelia’s Grammar School in Iselin would be closing due to poor enrollment. In the mid 1960s when I was a student there, there were classes of 60 kids or more and about the worse infraction of the rules was to be caught chewing gum.
KINGSTON, R.I. — Almost 3,000 undergraduate and 738 graduate students received their degrees at the University of Rhode Island’s 126th Commencement exercises on Saturday and Sunday, May 19-20.