LINDEN – Stephanie Madeira, a registered dietitian from Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital will speak about heart health when Linden AARP Chapter #1894 meets on Friday, Feb. 25.
SOMERSET — D.I.Y. enthusiasts, homeowners and craftspeople will be able to polish their skills and learn new tricks to tackle their next project during The Woodworking & D.I.Y Show in Somerset, Friday, Feb. 25 through Sunday, Feb. 27 at the Garden State Exhibit Center.
LINDEN — While temperatures plummet outside, Linden high school students inside have warmed up their voices, instruments and those dancing feet through countless rehearsals.
SOUTH AMBOY – Dowdell Public Library of South Amboy invites community members to take part in upcoming events.
TRENTON – MoveOn.org members are planning a rally to “Save the American Dream” at the New Jersey State House in Trenton at noon on Friday. Organizers are urging New Jersey residents to stand up in support of Wisconsin public employees.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — Authorities are actively investigating the disappearance of human remains taken from two cemeteries in recent months, officials said Wednesday.
OLD BRIDGE – Two South River residents were arrested last Friday for allegedly performing acupuncture on patients without a license, following a joint investigation conducted by the State Division of Consumer Affairs and the Old Bridge Police Department, with assistance provided by the Perth Amboy Police Department.
TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie unveiled a $29.4 billion state budget Tuesday that slashes funding for health and senior services by 15 percent and environmental protection by 10 percent.
PERTH AMBOY — The former City Business Administrator who served under ex-Mayor Joe Vas is seeking election to a seat on the nine-member Board of Education.