UNION – The heavy storms that rolled through the New Jersey area affected the Kean University men’s and women’s soccer games against Rutgers-Newark and the field hockey contest at Montclair State University on Wednesday evening.
GARWOOD — Union County’s school and health department nurses are invited to attend a symposium entitled “Understanding Pediatric & Adolescent Immunizations” which will be held at The Westwood, 438 North Avenue in Garwood on Thursday, Oct. 28.
Former president Jimmy Carter told NBC News on Monday that his work at home and abroad has been “superior” to other presidents. “I feel that my role as a former president is probably superior to that of other presidents,” Carter assessed.
In recent weeks, some of President Obama’s strongest supporters have expressed frustration with his HIV/AIDS policies. Unless the United States switches course and dramatically increases its funding for the global fight against AIDS, we could lose millions of lives and a generation of progress.
PERTH AMBOY — A substitute science teacher has been charged with sexually assaulting a male student, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and E.J. McDonald, acting chief of the Perth Amboy Police Department, announced today.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Fifty-three percent of urban roads in the New York City / Newark urban area are in poor condition, costing area drivers $640 each year in additional vehicle operating costs, according to a newly-released report
STATE – After Gov. Chris Christie stalled the project over cost concerns, a local lawmaker is suggesting a $2 surcharge on commuter fares to raise funds for a new underground rail tunnel that would traverse the Hudson River.
CARTERET – As part of the federal Drug Enforcement Administration’s prescription drug “Take-Back” campaign, the Carteret Police Department will be collecting potentially dangerous expired, unused, and unwanted prescription drugs for destruction on Saturday, Sept. 25 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The service is free and anonymous, no questions asked.
LINDEN — Studies have shown that a growing number of teenagers scour their parents’ medicine cabinets for drugs to either ingest themselves or sell on the streets for cash.