MIDDLESEX COUNTY—Two Middlesex County students have been chosen to receive internships through the New Jersey Association of Counties(NJAC)/Wal-Mart Green Internship Program, Middlesex County Freeholder Ronald G. Rios, liaison to the county’s vocational and technical schools announced.
LINDEN—Parents and children who attended Family Science Nights at Linden School 6 in January learned how science can be a part of their lives.
PITMAN—No athlete in NCAA Division III has jumped as high as New Jersey City University sophomore La’shonda Carter this season.
WOODBRIDGE—The Middlesex County Young Republicans had their election meeting on Jan. 26 at Middlesex County GOP Headquarters in Woodbridge.
Now that H1N1 vaccine is plentiful in New Jersey, everyone who can should protect themselves and their families by getting vaccinated. Vaccination is our safest and most effective tool to prevent influenza and stay healthy.
PERTH AMBOY-I was asked to ask readers if anyone knew who the owner of Puritan Dairy was. They were located on Fayette and Wilson streets. Please let me know for an inquiring mind and for another column.
STATE—With the beginning of the new year, high school seniors and their parents are turning their attention to the college financial aid process. This task can be stressful and bewildering, particularly for families sending their first child to college.
LINDEN—The Department of Public Property and Community Service will offer a tennis clinic this spring at the Wilson Park Tennis Courts on Monday evenings between 6:45 and 7:45 p.m.
SOUTH AMBOY—The City of South Amboy will welcome the return of musician and vocalist Mick Moloney for the 16th year, at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, March 3, at South Amboy High School, 200 Governor Harold G. Hoffman Plaza on John T. O’Leary Boulevard.