ROSELLE PARK—Useless “stuff” taking up space? Need to “declutter” your life? Want to do a good deed in these economic hard times?
HIGHLAND PARK—On Monday, Aug. 3, PSE&G and GreenFaith are hosting a free seminar for PSE&G customers interested in installing residential solar systems.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. high school student team competing in the 41st International Chemistry Olympiad won one gold and three silver medals at the event held July 18-26 in Cambridge, England. The students, from Georgia, Indiana, New Jersey and New York, competed against more than 250 students from 65 countries.
FORDS—Albert Pacheko of Pacheko Women’s Clothing and Accessories Boutique in Fords presents a check to Rob Eccles, Regional Vice President of the American Cancer Society.
SAYREVILLE – Patrons of Sayreville’s strip clubs can continue to bring their own beer, at least for now.
When you’re looking to cool off on a hot summer day, you may be thinking that relief is just a dip away, in one of New Jersey’s countless rivers, streams, creeks or lakes. But many waterways are polluted or filled with unsightly debris. You can help change that on Saturday, Aug. 8, by participating in “Riverpalooza.”
UNION COUNTY – Despite the troubled economy, the Union County Freeholders are planning a $1.49 million renovation of a 127-year-old barn in the Watchung Reservation, with the county picking up nearly three-quarters of the tab.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Internal Revenue Service recently announced its first successful prosecution related to fraud involving the first-time homebuyer credit and warned taxpayers to beware of this type of scheme.
RAHWAY—Rahway has been alive with the sound of music thanks to some of the city’s talented young performers.