EDISON — Angad Dhindsa of Edison, a senior at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison, worked during the summer of 2009 and once during spring break in 2010 in a children’s hospital named NPH (Nuestros Pequenos Hermanos) Saint Damien Hospital in Haiti.
LINDEN — The Adult Summer Reading Club at the Linden Free Public Library recently awarded a prize to member Michaelyn Cook.
EDISON – Liban Ahmed of Scotch Plains was among 250 students from the state of New Jersey to attend the Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership Seminar.
Americans are facing a troubling reality. The economic recovery they were promised has not materialized. There’s growing talk about a “new normal”—a new way of life to take us through a long period of failed recoveries.
Federal officials recently unveiled a key component of the health reform package — a website called HealthCare.gov.
The United States of America, also known as the “Land of the Free” and the “Home of the Brave”, is also home to many churches, mosques, synagogues, and temples representing almost every religion existing in the modern world.
STATE — The New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs has advised consumers that Midland Farms, located in Menands, New York, has voluntarily recalled certain milk products due to the potential of improper pasteurization.
NEWARK – JP Morgan Chase & Co. will pay a $1.1 million fine to settle a state investigation into the company’s sale of auction-rate securities, New Jersey officials announced today. The firm also agreed to repurchase approximately $91.25 million in securities from individual New Jersey investors.
TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of Transportation today announced an upcoming traffic pattern change at the Route 22/Park Avenue and Bonnie Burn Road interchange.