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Spring II classes at MCC begin Feb. 16

It’s not too late to start college. At Middlesex County College, a special “Spring II” program of accelerated courses begins Feb. 16. Courses are...

MCC to hold Casino Night Feb. 26

Middlesex County College is offering an enjoyable night of make-believe gambling on Feb. 26 in the College Center on its Edison campus. Doors open...

Carteret parish schedules March 6 Gift Auction

Divine Mercy Parish will hold its annual Gift Auction March 6 in the Holy Family Parish Center, 213 Pershing Ave., Carteret. Doors will open...

A new chapter for MCIA Book Recycling Program

The Middlesex County Improvement Authority’s Recycling Division has surpassed yet another mile-marker. Division Manager Ed Windas recently confirmed that the Authority’s book recycling program took...

Frank Pallone Sr. dies at 92

Long-time public servant Frank J. Pallone Sr. has passed away at the age of 92. The former World War II tail gunner, sergeant, police detective...

Let’s get it started: how buyers show for a new home

For most homebuyers, the search starts online — and leads to a knowledgeable agent By Madhusmita Bora CTW Features Hanieh Razzaghi of Bryn Mawr, Pa., is shopping...

When boomers go the rental route

Cashing in the homestead for a nest egg and freedom By Marilyn Melia CTW Features While many young adults struggle to improve their finances in order...
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Professional development courses based on Holocaust education

Registration is open for free professional development courses in Holocaust education at Rutgers University. Rutgers scholars and other experts will address "Antisemitism: History and Myth"...

Residents warned about phony IRS calls

Across New Jersey, residents are have been receiving phone calls from scammers claiming to be from the IRS or the U.S. Treasury for a...
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Rutgers Home Gardeners School to hold series of workshops on March 19

The 40th annual Rutgers Home Gardeners School will be held 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. March 19 at the Rutgers University Cook/Douglass campus in New Brunswick. The...

Immigration to be focus at GOP event

The next meeting of the Middlesex County Republican Women’s Club is scheduled for 7-9 p.m. Feb. 16 at the East Brunswick Public Library, 2...

Water-tower concerns to be topic at meeting

The Lawrence Brook Watershed Partnership (LBWP) will hold a membership meeting 7:30 p.m. Feb. 16 at the Milltown Senior Center, 60 Violet Terrace. Nona Henderson,...

Dining event will support pet shelter

TGI Fridays, 280 Route 9 North, Morganville section of Marlboro, will host a Benefit Day 3-10 p.m. Feb. 15 to support New Beginnings Animal...

Comedy show to aid breast-cancer research

Veteran New Jersey comedians Kevin Israel, Jerrold Benford, Stephen Buda, Mike Sicoli and Matt Bridgestone will host a fundraising comedy show beginning at 8...

United Way, AARP offer tax return preparation for local residents

The North Brunswick Library, working with the United Way of Central Jersey, is offering free tax preparation help by IRS-certified volunteers, 6-8:30 p.m., Feb....
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Gun sales up in Garden State

By KATHY CHANG Staff Writer Gun dealers are doing brisk business in the Garden State, where stringent gun laws require thorough background checks for the right...

South Brunswick police seek information on hit-and-run accident

SOUTH BRUNSWICK - Police are seeking the public’s assistance with identifying the motorist who struck and injured a bicyclist on Feb. 1. Around 11:30 a.m., a bicyclist...
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