TRENTON – Assembly Speaker Pro Tempore Jerry Green introduced legislation on Monday that would create a more sensible approach to replace the state’s antiquated COAH (Council on Affordable Housing) laws that have hampered development throughout New Jersey for roughly the last two decades.
LINDEN — Kathy Ferrise, 44 of Linden, recently received her second heart transplant at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center.
NEW BRUNSWICK– Socioeconomic factors such as a lower level of education and lack of health insurance may impact individuals’ knowledge of the type of skin cancer with which they are diagnosed. As a result, these individuals may have a poor sense of the measures they need to take to reduce the risk of future skin cancers.
MAHWAH – The Kean University field hockey team picked up their ninth win of the season as they defeated Ramapo College, 1-0, Tuesday afternoon in New Jersey Athletic Conference action.
STATE — The Garden State Green Awards, also known as the “Boggies,” honor individuals and organizations that have made a significant contribution to the environment, demonstrating that we can indeed “Save the Planet, One Person at a Time.”
PITMAN — New Jersey City University freshman midfielder Alexis Frees, a Linden High School graduate, had a breakout week for the Gothic Knights and after scoring goals in each conference game, she has been selected as the New Jersey Athletic Conference Rookie of the Week for week seven of the 2010 season.
UNION – Senior Lauren Matthews scored the lone goal of the match as Western Connecticut State University defeated Kean University, 1-0, Tuesday evening in women’s soccer action.
ALBANY, N.Y. — Sandy Cortes, a resident of Elizabeth, has earned an Associate in Science in Nursing from Excelsior College.
Bill McKibben, author of 1989’s “The End of Nature,” the first book about global warming written for a general audience, says 350 is the world’s most important number.