There’s been a lot of talk about “Cash for Clunkers,” but for the majority of motorists, purchasing a new car is not an option. For many, their vehicle does not qualify as a “clunker” and for others, the cost of a new car is prohibitive, so keeping their current vehicle running efficiently is the sensible alternative.
AVENEL—The Woodbridge Township Department of Health & Human Services has been notified by the New Jersey Department of Health of a positive case of rabies in a skunk caught on Aug. 10, in the vicinity of Hudson Boulevard. in the Avenel section of Woodbridge Township.
NEW BRUNSWICK –Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ) will host his third annual “Children’s Health Days,” an opportunity for children who are uninsured, underinsured or enrolled in Medicaid, to receive the vaccinations they need. Vision and dental screenings will also be available.
ROSELLE PARK – “My Favorite Things,” a solo exhibit of artwork by Roselle Park resident, Paula Meyers will be on display at the Casano Community Center Gallery from Aug. 18 – Oct. 16.
CRANFORD—The Readers’ Forum, the book discussion group of the Cranford Public Library, will begin its 17th year with a discussion of “The Patron Saint of Liars” by Ann Patchett on Monday, Sept. 21. The novel tells the complex story of Rose Clinton, a resident of St. Patrick’s Home for Unwed Mothers in Habit, Kentucky.
WESTFIELD—Director Joseph Penczak is overseeing the production of “Julius Caesar,” one of William Shakespeare’s most often studied and quoted plays, to be performed outdoors at The Gazebo in Mindowaskin Park on August 28-30. The play chronicles events leading to Caesar’s…
ROSELLE – International sensation Leela James will play to an anticipated crowd of 1,000 at the final Roselle Urban Enterprise Zone Summer Concert of 2009 on Friday, Aug. 21. The concert, held from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Roselle…
NEWARK—With summer heat finally having found its way to New Jersey, you may be thinking more about air-conditioning than about heating. Nevertheless, PSE&G suggests that now is the time to test your heating system, before the chilly weather arrives. If there’s a problem, PSE&G will come out to check and light the pilot – at no charge – through Sept. 13.
LIVINGSTON—According to the American Cancer Society, approximately 6,000 New Jersey men are diagnosed with prostate cancer each year. Several factors can increase the risk of a man developing prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is the most common cancer among men, excluding skin cancer, and the second leading cause of cancer death in men.