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…
The fourth grades at Madison Elementary School in Rahway held their annual wax museum on April 8. This year’s theme was “New Jersey Trivia.”
EDISON – In an effort to discover the next singer/songwriter sensation, Simon’s Menlo Park Mall and 95.5 WPLJ-FM are inviting aspiring vocalists to audition for an opportunity to receive a single song recording agreement and a $1,000 Simon Visa Giftcard during this summer’s Simon & WPLJ Sing-to-Win contest.
FAIRFIELD, Conn.— Megan Eileen Carolan of Linden received a Bachelor of Arts degree during Fairfield University’s Commencement on May 17. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Anthropology.
EDISON—The Edison Police Department is launching a business watch program. Business Watch is a similar program to that of the more common Neighborhood Watch, however this program is structured and specifically geared to the needs of small businesses—for example: burglary prevention, robbery prevention, shoplifting awareness, safety procedures for opening and closing, security devices, increased vigilance and more.
ELIZABETH—St. Mary of the Assumption High School recently awarded diplomas to 61 seniors who successfully completed the prescribed course of studies.