Back in the day, before the Women’s Lib movement officially began, a cynic shared a fear. He—I think it was a he—fretted that after the ladies finally won equality under the law, they’d proceed to develop the same bad habits usually thought the domain of their male counterparts.
NEW BRUNSWICK – “Bring a friend.” That’s the message organizers of an annual prostate cancer screening event held in New Brunswick are promoting this year in an effort to increase the number of men who are checked.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – Simplicity of cooking is key during these hot, often humid days, and if at all possible, it’s best to steer clear of the oven! For some, salad makes a fine meal, while others think it’s not enough. So how do you successfully navigate this predicament?
LAWTON, Okla. — Army National Guard Pfc. Daniel G. Bradley has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla.
LAKEWOOD — With the trade of Jonathan Villar to Houston in the Roy Oswalt deal, Keoni DeRenne stepped in at short for Thursday night’s game against the West Virginia Power.
DOVER — Dover Business College Vice President of Academic Affairs Karl Soehnlein, PhD, has announced that students from Union County have been named to the Dean’s List at Dover Business College for the Spring 2010 Quarter.
ELIZABETH—Emilie Burke, a senior at Benedictine Academy in Elizabeth, has earned the prestigious distinction of being named an AP Scholar by the College Board in recognition of her achievement on the college-level Advanced Placement (AP) Program Exams.
NEWARK — Newark Beth Israel Medical Center’s (NBIMC) Heart Failure Treatment and Transplant Program is one of only two sites in the nation to achieve better than expected 3-year heart transplant survival rates for 2004 through 2007.
A PRIME SPOT…with plenty of shade was what Cranford residents Mike and Judy Pender, and their friend, Maureen Jousset, center, of Somerset, were looking for to enjoy Strawberry Fields, one of the Wednesday night concerts in the Union County Summer Arts Festival.