WESTFIELD—Sisters Maura and Mikela Shields, of Fords joined Verizon Wireless Store Manager Robert Ehmann and area residents for a live Radio Disney remote at the company’s Communications Store on North Avenue in Westfield on Saturday, July 11.
LINDEN – The Linden Battle semi-pro football team will continue their inaugural season on Saturday, July 25, against the Old Bridge Lions at 5:30 p.m. at Tiger Field on West Curtis Street in Linden.
New Jerseyans know there’s nothing like going down to the shore in the summer and enjoying fresh seafood. But seafood lovers now face a dilemma when it comes to deciding which fish to eat, due to health and environmental issues.
NEW BRUNSWICK – New Jersey residents 18 and older are invited to take part in the 16th annual Joyce Indik New Jersey Wordsmith Competition.
UNION CITY—A new study on the effects of preschool found that children who attended the high quality Abbott preschool education program outperformed their peers in first and second grades, and children who had two years of preschool rather than just one had double the advantages, state officials announced last week.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Anthony Sessa of Colonia graduated from Georgetown University in May.
CARTERET—The Carteret Public Library is collecting donations of new hardcover and paperback books for distribution to disadvantaged children throughout Middlesex County during the holiday season.
WOODBRIDGE – Mayor John E. McCormac today announced that the “Greenable Woodbridge” Program will kick-off a series of “green” seminars with two workshops designed to engage township residents in the art and benefits of “going green.”
There is news of a plan to demolish the former Vocational Technical School in Perth Amboy and replace it with tenements for older people. This seems like another waste of resources given the need for additional space for high-school students.