LINDEN – Nearly 500 seniors graduated from Linden High School on Friday, June 26.
As people grow older, many will choose to continue living on their own or may decide to move in with family. However, some will prefer to reside with people closer to their own age or will, by necessity, need to live in a facility that can cater to their changing medical needs. What should you keep in mind if you must choose an eldercare facility for yourself or a loved one?
LINDEN – Police arrested two Elizabeth men who allegedly burglarized a car in the area of East Linden Avenue and Ashton Avenue last week.
WESTFIELD—CONTACT We Care, the 24-hour caring and crisis hotline, will celebrate 34 years of providing hope and saving lives at its gala fundraising event on Oct. 29 at the Primavera Regency in Stirling.
SCOTCH PLAINS—Union Catholic senior Stephanie Walls of Cranford received a 2008-2009 American Association of Teacher of French Outstanding Senior Award.
PERTH AMBOY—Raritan Bay Area YMCA’s coed volleyball league offers competitive play for recreational players.
TRENTON – As the Independence Day holiday nears, legislation to create a permanent State House tribute to New Jersey’s patriotic men and women in uniform is advancing.
WEST ORANGE – Summer is finally here and along with days spent at the pool, lake or ocean comes the increased risk of water-related injuries. In fact, diving is among the leading causes of spinal cord and traumatic head injuries in the United States today.
SAYREVILLE-On Oct. 4, 1918, the T. A. Gillespie Shell-Loading Factory in Morgan exploded, destroying the factory and breaking windows for miles around the area. South Amboy was evacuated and thousands fled their homes to Perth Amboy over the Victory Bridge. Shell parts were still being collected in 1997 from Sayreville’s Eisenhower School.