AVENEL – Woodbridge AARP Chapter 3869 meets at 1 p.m. on the first Wednesday of every month at St. Andrew’s Church Hall, 244 Avenel Street. Membership is open to paid members of the national chapter, and refreshments are offered after…
Since H1N1 or swine flu was first detected in April, public health departments and the US government have frequently updated the public on suspected and confirmed cases and have continuously instructed residents on how to stay healthy.
I commend their efforts and I urge residents to continue to heed the warnings.
CARTERET—When Joe Gadomski, assistant scoutmaster of Carteret Troop 88, heard that troops can adopt camp sites at Kittatinny Scout Reservation in Branchville for the purpose of upgrading and maintaining them, he and Scoutmaster Fred Gerstler didn’t hesitate to offer their troop’s services
In May, the Rahway High School Band Boosters hosted a pancake breakfast at the high school. During the breakfast, those in attendance were treated to performances by the school’s award-winning Jazz Ensemble.
VILLANOVA, Pa.—More than 1,500 students graduated from Villanova University during a commencement ceremony held on Sunday, May 17, in Villanova Stadium. Two Linden residents were among the students who received undergraduate degrees during the university’s 166th Commencement.
LINDEN – Linden High School students recently took part in a 45-minute workshop called “What Color is Your Career Path.” This workshop was designed to prepare the students for employment and identifies what employers are looking for in the 21st century workplace.
NEWARK – The Office of the Attorney General, through its Division of Consumer Affairs, has filed suit against an Elizabeth used motor vehicle dealership for allegedly violating the state’s Consumer Fraud Act, Motor Vehicle Advertising Regulations, Automotive Sales Regulations and Used Car Lemon Law.
The funniest among Hollywood’s recent spate of irreverent farces, “The Hangover” refuses to relinquish your funny bone from opening scene to closing credits.
STATE—NJ Blood Services, which supplies blood to 60 hospitals throughout the state, is in need of volunteers, to work blood drives. The blood mobile volunteer is an integral member of the blood collection team whose task it is assist donors…