Students Participate In Leadership Forum

Students Participate In Leadership Forum—Five students from Perth Amboy Catholic School were invited to attend the 2009 People to People World Leadership Forum in Washington, D.C. Selection for participation in the World Leadership Forum is based on high academic standing…

Support Groups Can Help You Through the Financial Meltdown

 By Christopher Kosseff and Theresa Miskimen  If you are experiencing increased levels of stress and anxiety, aren’t sleeping or eating well, and are worried over how the economic meltdown may be impacting you and your family, you may benefit from…

National Public Health Week

 By Ronald G. Rios A healthy nation begins with healthy individuals. With that said, I ask each resident this question, what can you do today to improve your health? Every April since 1995, the American Public Health Association observes National…

What You Need To Know About Fire Safety

 By John S. Wisniewski As I watch the nightly news or read the newspapers these days, I see an alarming trend.  There are far too many tragic headlines involving children and fire.  Each year, hundreds of young lives are lost,…

Elizabeth Day-1989

 by Diane Norek Harrison  ELIZABETH-This was sent to me by Mr. William Frolich:  “It was on the 16th of April in the year 1789, that George Washington was informed in Mt. Vernon that he had been unanimously elected as the…

Woodbridge “Tooling Around The Township” Program Marks 10th Year

WOODBRIDGE—Mayor John E. McCormac launched “Tooling Around The Township – 2009,” the annual community-based program that organizes teams of volunteers, local trades’ persons and business sponsors to fix-up, repair and help maintain homes for senior and disabled township residents.  “I’m…

Celebrate Earth Day at the E.A.R.T.H. Center

SOUTH BRUNSWICK—Earth Day has long been a time to think globally and act locally. That’s why on Wednesday, April 22, Middlesex County’s office of Rutgers Cooperative Extension invites you to celebrate Earth Day at the EARTH Center in Davidson’s Mill…