SOMERVILLE – While conserving energy during the hot summer months is just one way to help reduce the season’s rising energy bills, energy savings experts at Green Domain, a new green home energy audit company, remind homeowners making simple home and property improvements can maximize those savings year round.
HOBOKEN—When you hear the word “greatness,” certain people probably spring to mind: Michael Jordan, Albert Einstein, Mother Teresa.
Think a bit harder and you’ll realize you know a few real-life “greats” as well.
Shipping giant FedEx just launched a multimillion-dollar marketing campaign against a congressional measure that would close a legal loophole that exempts the company from complying with the labor rules that govern all its competitors.
July 8 at 9:49 p.m.—Police responded to East Edgar Road and Wood Place on a report of an attempted robbery.
PERTH AMBOY – Approximately 100 delegates from all over New Jersey attended the June Quarterly Conference of the NJ State Conference of NAACP Branches at the Jankowski Community Center in Perth Amboy.
SOUTH ORANGE—The following residents graduated from Seton Hall University:
Are we genetically programmed or are we just influenced by our social surroundings and experiences? This controversy is usually overlooked, but has grown to become a heated debate. Psychologists have extensively studied personality and are split by whether our traits are determined by heredity or the environment. Although both sides have proven to have valid examples, scientists are motivated to discover the biggest contribution to individual personalities.
VILLANOVA, Pa.—Steven Szaro, from Linden, has been named to the Dean’s List for the 2009 spring semester at Villanova University. Szaro is a senior.
EASTON, Pa. – Several Union County students graduated from Lafayette College in Easton, Pa. and were among 555 undergraduate students awarded 573 degrees at the college’s 174th Commencement Saturday, May 23.