LINDEN—The Linden Department of Public Property and Community Services has planned a Little Kickers Fall Soccer Clinic for city boys and girls, ages 4 and 5.
ELIZABETH — The Merck Institute for Science Education held its Academy for Leadership in Science Instruction in Princeton earlier this month. The three-year K-12 professional development program brings together teachers, principals and district administrators to create a community of science educators and leaders who will work to strengthen science instruction in their schools and districts for years to come.
EDISON – Police officers forced their way into a burning house on Perry Road on last Wednesday morning, waking a mother and her three children and evacuating them to safety.
Dear EarthTalk: What’s the story with the Florida Panther these days? Is it still teetering on the brink of extinction, or is it on the rebound? — Alex T., via email
CRANFORD—The Friends of the Cranford Public Library’s monthly documentary film series continues on Monday, Sept. 14, with “doxita.”
The average menstrual period lasts between three and seven days with about 21 to 35 days in between each menstrual cycle. However, some women experience bleeding more often than every 21 days, extremely heavy bleeding, a menstrual period that lasts seven days or longer, or a combination of these problems.
CRANFORD—Rep. Leonard Lance (R-NJ) announced last week that the House of Representatives recently passed legislation that includes his request for $300,000 to help fund a feasibility study by the U.S. Army Corp of Engineers that would help determine the best course of action to help Cranford meet its flood control needs.
RAHWAY—The stairway at the east end of the eastbound (inbound) platform at the Rahway Train Station, which connects Irving Street to the station, is currently closed for repairs and will undergo renovations beginning Monday, Oct. 19.
Aug. 10 at 1:29 p.m. – Officer Glenn Griffin investigated a report of criminal mischief to a Rolling Hill Way residence.
NEWARK—State Superior Court Judge Catherine M. Langlois has issued a Final Judgment by Default and Order against a now defunct Chester-based wedding photography company and its principal, which includes a deadline for the Division of Consumer Affairs’ distribution of impounded merchandise to affected couples.
CARTERET—The borough has been approved for a state grant to fund an energy efficiency study of Carteret’s public buildings, Mayor Dan Reiman announced this week.
MONROE—Jewish Family and Vocational Service of Middlesex County is offering a group for caregivers beginning in September.
ROSELLE—Robert Melchionne, Business Development Officer from Spencer Savings Bank, 220 Chestnut Street in Roselle, speaks about small business financing at the Roselle Urban Enterprise Zone business luncheon on Aug. 12.