Area residents are invited to privately discuss issues related to divorce, bankruptcy or other topics with an attorney on Thursdays, April 3rd, 10th, 17th and 24th, at Project Self-Sufficiency. Individual consultations will be offered at 45-minute intervals between the hours of 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. The sessions are free and open to Sussex County residents who meet income eligibility requirements; consultations are by appointment only. To make an appointment, call Project Self-Sufficiency at 973-940-3500.
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By RICK ROSENBERG, JR.May 24, 2017
SOMERVILLE, NJ – Assemblyman Jack Ciattarelli, candidate for the Republican gubernatorial nomination, said the May 22 vote in the lower house demonstrates how out-of-touch Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno’s liberal stance on cap and trade is with Republican voters in New Jersey, as a bill to return the state to the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) passed ...
By ANNMARIE SHAFERMay 24, 2017
Are you over the age of 60 and looking to meet new people and make new friends? Are you interested in learning new and different strategies to improve your health and well-being? If so, join us for ‘WISE,” a Wellness Initiative for Senior Education workshop series. WISE celebrates healthy aging and educates older adults on a variety of topics relevant to the aging ...
May 23, 2017
Legislation by Assemblyman Parker Space to combat the growing obesity problem was approved today by the Assembly Education Committee. The Smarter Lunchroom Act (A3444) promotes healthy food choices in school cafeterias and passed by a 9-0 vote.
“If kids learn to eat healthy when they’re young, it will help them live more fulfilling and rewarding lives, and avoid ...
By KATHLEEN FREISINGERMay 21, 2017
NEWTON, NJ - Each year the New Jersey State Library recognizes select public libraries for their Best Practices awards. This year, the Sussex County Library’s Youth Services Department was awarded Best Practices in Early Literacy for their Read & Play Programs. Targeted to children ages six months through four years, Read & Plays encompass a wider-than-usual age range ...
By LISA PACHNOSMay 18, 2017
Those who are interested in upgrading their computer skills or brushing up on job searching techniques are invited to try out one of the free courses offered at Project Self-Sufficiency. During June, classes in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel and QuickBooks will be held, as well as a course about computer skills and internet safety for senior citizens. A special Men’s Lab is ...
Noted Maritime Artist Gives Boy Scout Council Rights to USS New Jersey Painting for National Jamboree in July
By GORDON G. ANDREWMay 18, 2017
CEDAR KNOLLS, NJ – James A. Flood, a noted maritime artist whose paintings of historical ships can be viewed throughout the world, recently provided The Patriots’ Path Council of the Boy Scouts of America with a royalty-free license to use his mural of the USS New Jersey for the t-shirts nearly 200 Scouts and adult leaders will be wearing at the 2017 National Jamboree in ...
By ANTHONY BUCCOMay 18, 2017
Veterans who enjoy motorcycle riding and New Jersey’s scenic back roads will have the option of purchasing special license tags for their bikes under a bill sponsored by Assemblymen Anthony M. Bucco and Park Space. The bill (A2729) cleared the transportation committee today by a 10-0 vote.
“Our veterans, who put their lives on hold and risk it all to serve our great ...