EDISON – New Census data released Thursday show that New Jersey’s poverty rate remained high, rising to 9.3% in 2008-2009, a non-statistically significant increase over the 2007-2008 year average of 9.0%.
RAHWAY — The Rahway High School Marching Band finished its opening weekend of competitions at the United States Scholastic Band Association event held on Saturday, Sept. 11.
He stood up against the record industry…He stood up against radio stations…He stood next to his heroes…He stood by his music…
STATE – Severe storms passed through New Jersey yesterday afternoon, felling trees and power lines and causing travel delays.
CARTERET — Mayor Daniel J. Reiman and Councilman Jorge Diaz, Finance Chair, have announced that a contract has been awarded to S. Brothers General Contracting of South River for street improvements in the Tennyson Estates and Chrome neighborhoods.
If ever there was a sporting analogy for parenthood, golf is it. There are traps and hazards and obstacles and bad lies, misplaced shots and errors in judgment and bad bounces. Even the professionals have bad days and miss putts.
CLARK — The Polish Cultural Foundation in Clark will celebrate its annual Polish Harvest Festival “Dozynki” on Sunday, Sept. 19 at 4 p.m. This colorful event highlights 1,000 years of Polish tradition.
ARLINGTON, Va. – U.S. high school students and their teachers are invited to compete for nearly $115,000 in prize money by participating in the Bill of Rights Institute’s fifth annual Being an American Essay Contest.
EAST BRUNSWICK – To recognize Elijah’s Promise, this year’s recipient of the 2010 Tree of Hope, a live fruit tree will be planted outside of the organization’s Culinary School located at 211 Livingston Ave in New Brunswick.