ROSELAND – Why are some people selected for audit by the Internal Revenue Service and others are not?
JERSEY CITY—Sophomore opposite KIARA MARTINEZ (Newark, NJ/East Side) floored eight of her team’s 20 total service aces and the Gothic Knights received 11 kills apiece from sophomore outside hitter TABITHA JORDAN (Bayonne, NJ/Memorial) and senior outside hitter MELISSA LOO (Rutherford, NJ/Rutherford) as the New Jersey City University women’s volleyball team blew by York College (NY), 3-0 (25-8, 25-17, 25-6) in a non-conference match on Friday night on Coach Charlie Brown Court at the John J. Moore Athletics and Fitness Center.
UNION— Liberty Hall Museum at Kean University was one of 12 historic sites in Union County to receive funds under the matching $550,000 Preserve Union County grants.
RAHWAY – Mrs. Meriton’s third grade students at Roosevelt School in Rahway were asked, “How many drops of water can fit on a penny?”
The Obama administration’s quest to control the health-insurance industry has dominated the headlines for months, but finally — with the news out of Iran and Afghanistan —foreign policy has again asserted itself.
EWING—The College of New Jersey, ranked 15th in Division III by D3Soccer.com, scored four times in the first half and had six different players score as the Lions downed the New Jersey City University women’s soccer team in a New Jersey Athletic Conference game on Saturday at TCNJ’s Soccer Complex. TCNJ is 45-3-2 in its last 50 NJAC games.
BILOXI, Miss.—Air National Guard Airman 1st Class Charrich P. Charlemagne has graduated from the Ground Radio Communications Equipment Apprentice Course at Keesler Air Force Base, Biloxi, Miss.
WOODBRIDGE – The Parker Press Park in Woodbridge will again be transformed into a fine art and craft gallery on Saturday, Oct. 10.
CRANFORD—Dr. James T. Fisher, author of the recently published “On the Irish Waterfront: The Crusader, the Movie, and the Soul of the Port of New York” (Cornell University Press), will speak at the Cranford Community Center on Oct. 7.