LAKEWOOD – Ty Kelly’s RBI double down the first base line in the eighth was the difference Thursday night, as the Delmarva Shorebirds beat the Lakewood BlueClaws 2-1 in the first of a five-game series.
EDISON — Paul Gilman of Old Bridge crafts his robot during Middlesex County College’s summer camp for kids. This program, called “Robots!, Robots!, Robots!,” allows the kids to build a working robot that they can take home.
WESTFIELD– Congressman Leonard Lance and representatives of the Robert Treat Deli held a news conference on Thursday in Westfield to discuss current economic policies that are hurting New Jersey’s small businesses.
CHICAGO, Ill. — Kaplan University celebrated the graduation of its summer 2010 class during a live ceremony on Aug. 7 in Chicago. Former U.S. Representative Harold Ford, Jr. served as the keynote speaker.
MONROE – Each year the Geraldine R. Dodge Foundation/Foundation for Educational Administration funds fellowships for a number of New Jersey school principals. These were just some of this year’s winners, and the group who presented their outcomes at a special reception at FEA back in May.
RAHWAY — The city’s Police Department and residents recently celebrated National Night Out Against Crime.
STATE – Rutgers University shows a liberal political bias, according to research conducted by CampusReform.org, an arm of the conservative Leadership Institute.
WALDORF, Md. – The Newark Bears and Southern Maryland Blue Crabs were rained out on Thursday night at Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf, Maryland.
CLARK—Last Friday evening as a blanket of heat and humidity enveloped New Jersey, a hundred men, women, and children gathered inside a “cool” Temple Beth O/r Beth Torah, at 111 Valley Road in Clark, as they listened to twilight, Kabbalah inspired melodies, and then at sunset joined in prayer to welcome the Jewish Sabbath.