PERTH AMBOY—In 2006, veteran Royal Garden Club By The Bay in Perth Amboy member and former president Jeanette Miller had a dream.
If there is any silver lining to the cloud of sprawl that has spread its shadow across this state we live in, it may be this: New Jersey has an abundance of rooftops on which to mount solar panels!
STRATFORD—The persistent cool and damp weather in the northeast this spring has put many outdoor activities on hold. With the weather finally improving, many people will head outdoors, and when they do, they are likely to find a perennial pest has been lurking, ready to latch onto the next warm-blooded body that comes by.
SOMERVILLE – While conserving energy during the hot summer months is just one way to help reduce the season’s rising energy bills, energy savings experts at Green Domain, a new green home energy audit company, remind homeowners making simple home and property improvements can maximize those savings year round.
HOBOKEN—When you hear the word “greatness,” certain people probably spring to mind: Michael Jordan, Albert Einstein, Mother Teresa.
Think a bit harder and you’ll realize you know a few real-life “greats” as well.
Shipping giant FedEx just launched a multimillion-dollar marketing campaign against a congressional measure that would close a legal loophole that exempts the company from complying with the labor rules that govern all its competitors.
July 8 at 9:49 p.m.—Police responded to East Edgar Road and Wood Place on a report of an attempted robbery.
PERTH AMBOY – Approximately 100 delegates from all over New Jersey attended the June Quarterly Conference of the NJ State Conference of NAACP Branches at the Jankowski Community Center in Perth Amboy.
SOUTH ORANGE—The following residents graduated from Seton Hall University: