HAMILTON – Remember school kids? They’re everywhere. Riding bikes. Getting on and off school buses. Walking. Running. Playing. In fact, more than 1.5 million Garden State school children are returning to school within the next week.
PRINCETON – A bill sponsored by Senators Joseph F. Vitale, Loretta Weinberg, and Senate Majority Leader Steve Sweeney which will require the Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) to publicly report certain preventable patient safety errors at New Jersey’s hospitals was signed into law this week by Gov. Corzine.
Point of disclosure: On Woodstock eve my friend Judy called and asked if I were going. “Nah, it’s going to rain.” So much for being sensible. But although I no longer regret missing those momentous three days of peace and music in August of 1969, a very sweet nostalgia nonetheless engulfed me whilst viewing Ang Lee’s “Taking Woodstock.”
WOODBRIDGE – The Woodbridge Township Department of Health & Human Services and Animal Control Division is offering free rabies inoculations for township dogs and cats on Sept. 17, from 6:30 to 8 p.m. at the Woodbridge Health Center, 2 George Frederick Plaza (adjacent to the Main Library and Woodbridge High School).
EDISON—Statistics indicate that most older adults are safe drivers, but how do you determine when driving is no longer a safe option for your loved one?
MADISON—Many June high school graduates from Union County are attending Fairleigh Dickinson University’s College at Florham, located in Madison.
These days, everyone is taking a new look at their finances — and no one is looking more closely than the millions of baby boomers who are nearing retirement age.
CLARK—The Temple Beth O’r/Beth Torah Choir will perform at High Holiday services on Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur with a repertoire that mixes the traditional and the contemporary, including arrangements based on the music of Shlomo Carlebach, Leonard Cohen and Puccini.
STATE—September marks the sixth month of President Obama’s economic stimulus tax credit boosting American paychecks. While the credit put more money directly into people’s pockets, it may have some unintended consequences. Many may see a big tax bill come April 15, 2010.