WOODBRIDGE—The Woodbridge Township Department of Health & Human Services has scheduled the first flu and pneumonia vaccine clinics of the season.
STATE—Optimistic women have a lower risk of developing heart disease or dying from any cause compared to pessimistic women, according to research reported in “Circulation: Journal of the American Heart Association.”
LINDEN—The Linden Board of Health is currently registering city residents for the annual seasonal influenza immunization program.
RANDALL’S ISLAND, N.Y.—New Jersey City University made first-year head coach NANSHA KALONJI a winner in his debut as the 12th coach in the 51-year history of the program as seven different Gothic Knights tallied goals and NJCU blanked the City College of New York, 7-0, in the 2009 season opener for both schools, played Wednesday afternoon.
CLARK—The Township of Clark is planning to hold another Community Emergency Response Training program this fall, if there is sufficient interest.
WESTFIELD—United Way of Greater Union County is turning 40 this year and will celebrate by “Painting the Town Red”. This is the third year that Susan Levy-Cantor, a resident of Westfield, will chair the event.
MADISON — “Favorite Son,” a feature film directed and co-written by a Fairleigh Dickinson University film professor and made by a mostly student crew, will come home to FDU with a free, public screening at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, September 22.
EDISON—Varsity Cheerleaders at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison earned the “Overall Most Improved Squad” award while attending the Pine Forest Cheerleading Camp in Beach Lake, Pennsylvania from June 16 to 19 with their coaches Tanda Tucker and Brooke Sofield.
UNION – The Salem Roadhouse Café is one year old. To celebrate, the café has announced a fall lineup including the finest in musical and artistic presentations. On Saturday, Sept. 19 at 7:30 p.m., the café will feature Slight Imperfection,…