WASHINGTON, D.C. — New Jersey is one of 15 states that could run out of hospital beds during the peak of the outbreak of a mild pandemic of H1N1 flu, according to a report released today by the non-profit group Trust for America’s Health.
WOODBRIDGE – Police are investigating an apparent attempted murder-suicide that took place at an Amherst Avenue home Wednesday afternoon.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY—A Middlesex County shuttle bus driver has been charged with stealing cash from a donation box used by passengers who make voluntary contributions in appreciation of free rides to various destinations, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced Wednesday.
LINDEN – Police made a series of narcotics-related arrests late last month to conclude three separate investigations.
EDISON – On Sunday morning, Sept. 27, the girls’ varsity soccer team from the Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison participated in the eighth annual Firefighter Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Run/Walk. The 5K was held at the Brooklyn side of the Brooklyn Battery Tunnel in New York City.
RAHWAY—In Rahway, New Jersey, hundreds of people showed up to dedicate the Broken Hearts Memorial, A Living Tribute To Our Fallen Heroes despite the grey skies and threat of rain.
WOODBRIDGE—The children of the Woodbridge Child Care Center, a branch of the Metuchen Edison Woodbridge YMCA, proudly display their art work, an American flag made out of hand prints.
TRENTON – A Somerset County contractor pleaded guilty to submitting false payment claims on behalf of his family’s company under a contract to replace doors in four schools in Clark Township, Attorney General Anne Milgram announced Tuesday.
WOODBRIDGE–Free bio-degradable leaf bags are now available for Woodbridge residents pick-up at convenient locations throughout the township, Mayor John E. McCormac announced.
What should you do if Social Security pays you too much? That may seem like a strange idea at first, as most people worry about not having enough money.
ELIZABETH– Community Access Unlimited (CAU) members, staff, family and friends made strides toward allowing people with disabilities to lead more fulfilling lives and at-risk youth to plan for surer tomorrows at the 2009 Ira Geller Memorial Walk-A-Thon held Sept. 26 at Rahway River Park.
NEW BRUNSWICK—Suze Orman, a well-known and often-requested resource on money matters, will be the keynote speaker at the Star-Ledger|NJ.com and TD Bank’s Road to Personal Wealth Financial Conference. Orman will bring her savvy style of straight money talk to the podium at Rutgers University in New Brunswick on Saturday, October 31.
NEWARK—The American Journal of Sports Medicine reports that young athletes who suffer concussions are routinely sent back into the game too soon, risking further injury and possible long-term effects.