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Sounds of classical guitar to fill church

Classical guitarist Loren C. Fortna will perform in concert beginning at 5 p.m. May 15 at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 367 Cranbury Road, East Brunswick....

Concert to honor late music teacher

A free memorial concert to pay tribute to former Old Bridge Township Public Schools music teacher Joseph Kaschak is planned for 7:30 p.m. June...

Volunteers invited to open church garden

Trinity United Methodist Church invites the community to participate in the 2016 growing season opening of its Naomi’s Way Community Garden 9 a.m.-noon May...

Registration open for SBHS Viking Golf Classic

South Brunswick High School (SBHS) will hold its 15th annual Viking Athletic Club Golf Classic on June 23 at The Golf Course of Concordia, 3...

Go Red for Women luncheon set for May 20

Hundreds of women and men will unite to prevent heart disease and stroke in women at the American Heart Association Garden State Go Red...

Photography exhibit will benefit animal welfare

Tom Myers of Bundles of Paws Photography will offer an art exhibit of fine art landscapes, dogs and cats, and shelter animals from May...

Book Sale coming to synagogue May 15

The second annual East Brunswick Jewish Center Book Sale is planned for 9 a.m.-12:30 p.m. May 15 at the synagogue, 511 Ryders Lane. A large...
Eric Sucar

Annual Bike Ride for Amy announces new partnership with RCINJ

SOUTH BRUNSWICK - The Amy Feiman Behar Foundation for Breast Cancer Awareness is sponsoring its ninth annual Bike Ride for Amy next month, having...

Schools donate more than 42 tons of food to MCFOODS

  In total, 120 schools participated in the Middlesex County Food Organization and Outreach Distribution Services’ (MCFOODS) 2016 Spring School Food Drive, collectively accruing 84,700...
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Checchio installed as new bishop

By KATHY CHANG Staff Writer SOUTH PLAINFIELD — In the coming weeks, newly ordained and installed Bishop James F. Checchio will celebrate Masses in 10 deaneries throughout...

Household wastes can be disposed of on May 21

Middlesex County will hold a Hazardous Household Waste Drop-Off Day from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. on May 21 at the county's Highway Division building, Apple...

Voting open for mental health poetry contest

NAMI New Jersey (National Alliance on Mental Illness) is invited residents to vote on the Top 10 poems selected for the NAMI New Jersey...

‘Surviving the SS St. Louis’ film to be featured on May 15

The Henry Ricklis Holocaust Memorial Committee will present a viewing of "Surviving the SS St. Louis - Voyage of the Damned," featuring Eva Weiner,...

George Street Playhouse to offer summer theater camps

George Street Playhouse’s Summer Theatre Academy will take place July 5-29 for budding thespians of any experience level in ages 5-18. Class hours at the New...

Schools can apply for award based on Farm to School principle

The Jersey Fresh Farm to School Recognition and Award program will recognize schools that work with farmers and the community to ensure students have...

Don’t forget true meaning of Memorial Day

The month of May is upon us. As we move towards that magical day of May 30, Memorial Day, we think of summer fun,...

Strikers urged to end work stoppage, continue negotiations

As a business owner and longtime Verizon customer in New Jersey, I am concerned my service and business may be affected if striking Verizon...

Create your dream career: Build long-term business relationships as a commercial real estate broker

Contrary to a common belief held by many, entering the coveted industry of real estate is not limited to residential brokerage. In fact, according...
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