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Wed, January 17, 7:00 PM

Franklin Township

Free Budgeting to Create Savings Workshop

Business & Finance

Add to My Calendar 01/17/2018 7:00pm 01/17/2018 9:00pm America/New_York Free Budgeting to Create Savings Workshop

SCAP’s next workshop is Budgeting to Create Savings.

Participants will learn to use a monthly debt and spending tracker to find spending leaks in your budget. With

that information, you will learn how to create a workable budget and begin saving. These tools will provide you with the ability to make wise money choices and either begin to save or reduce debt.

Call 732-846-8888 for ...

115 Pierce Street Franklin Township , NJ
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Thu, January 18, 7:00 PM

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Mississippi Freedom Summer: Race, Religion and ...

Arts & Entertainment

Add to My Calendar 01/18/2018 7:00pm 01/18/2018 9:00pm America/New_York Mississippi Freedom Summer: Race, Religion and Resistance at Franklin Library (Somerset)

Visit the Franklin Township Public Library on Thursday, January 18, 2018 at 7:00 pm for a presentation about Mississippi Freedom Summer. Brooks Smith, who volunteered in Mississippi with the Student Non-Violent Coordinating Committee (SNCC) in the summer of 1964, will discuss his experiences and the importance the event played in civil rights history. Smith is a North Plainfield resident and ...

485 Demott Lane Somerset, NJ

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Franklin Township: Etheridge Family Medicine - Probiotics and you

February 5, 2019

SOMERSET, NJ - Probiotics, we often hear and see ads for them but do we know what they are? We’ve heard about their possible benefits, but are they beneficial? Well fear not, the following is a brief overview of probiotics and their benefits.

What are probiotics?

Probiotics are living microorganisms that boost your immune system when consumed in adequate amounts. They are so ...

2,000 Now Have City ID Cards to Aid School Registration, Mortgages

February 13, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Two years ago New Brunswick became one of a handful of municipalities across New Jersey that issued their own municipal identification cards.

"Very important. Very useful," said Julie Jerome, coordinator of services for the New Brunswick PRAB, also known as the Puerto Rican Action Board. "I always advise my clients to go and get it," Jerome ...

Residents Praise Middlesex County's Stand Against ICE Detentions

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Days after federal authorities blasted Middlesex County for releasing undocumented immigrants from the county jail, residents praised the freeholder board for taking a stand against what they called illegal efforts to detain people.

"Middlesex County is simply upholding the law by refusing to detain people who judges have determined are eligible for release. To do ...

Raritan Valley Line Mayors Alliance Supports Gateway Project, Pushes for Restoring One-Seat Rides on NJ Transit's Raritan Valley Line

NEW JERSEY – The leaders of the Build Gateway Now Coalition announced this week that the Raritan Valley Line (RVL) Mayors Alliance to the Coalition, a bipartisan group formed in 2018 that consists of 30 mayors representing more than 23,500 daily commuters along the RVL, spanning four counties in New Jersey, have joined the coalition.

“We are thrilled to welcome the RVL ...

Ex-Gov. Christie: State Headed to Crisis Over Pension, Health Benefits

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - New Jersey's top elected leaders must deal with the ever-increasing cost of public employee health benefits and pensions or face a fiscal crisis, former Gov. Chris Christie predicted.

"If this problem does not get resolved, this state is going to be bankrupt," Christie said when he appeared at Rutgers University's Douglas College Student Center on ...

Oscar Shorts: Celebrate the Underdog Film Festival Marks 10th Anniversary in Montclair

February 15, 2019

MONTCLAIR, NJ -- This Saturday, February 16 at Buzz Aldrin Middle School, you can have the chance to watch all of the short films nominated for Academy Awards. The “Oscar Shorts: Celebrate the Underdog” Film Festival is marking its 10th year of showing these short films, which is prior to the Oscar broadcast on February 24.

“People can come, they can learn something ...

2,000 Now Have City ID Cards to Aid School Registration, Mortgages

February 13, 2019

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Two years ago New Brunswick became one of a handful of municipalities across New Jersey that issued their own municipal identification cards.

"Very important. Very useful," said Julie Jerome, coordinator of services for the New Brunswick PRAB, also known as the Puerto Rican Action Board. "I always advise my clients to go and get it," Jerome ...

Residents Praise Middlesex County's Stand Against ICE Detentions

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Days after federal authorities blasted Middlesex County for releasing undocumented immigrants from the county jail, residents praised the freeholder board for taking a stand against what they called illegal efforts to detain people.

"Middlesex County is simply upholding the law by refusing to detain people who judges have determined are eligible for release. To do ...

Raritan Valley Line Mayors Alliance Supports Gateway Project, Pushes for Restoring One-Seat Rides on NJ Transit's Raritan Valley Line

NEW JERSEY – The leaders of the Build Gateway Now Coalition announced this week that the Raritan Valley Line (RVL) Mayors Alliance to the Coalition, a bipartisan group formed in 2018 that consists of 30 mayors representing more than 23,500 daily commuters along the RVL, spanning four counties in New Jersey, have joined the coalition.

“We are thrilled to welcome the RVL ...

Junior Rangers Needed ths Summer by Somerset County Park Commission

February 13, 2019

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Somerset County Park Commission Park Rangers are seeking young people ages 6 to 12 to participate in their 2019 Junior Ranger Programs.

Children who enjoy hiking, discovering wildlife, and are interested in learning more about the environment and its inhabitants are perfect Junior Ranger candidates. Junior Rangers, along with their families and guardians, will learn about ...

Provenzano Presides Over Swearing-in, Promotions Ceremony

SOMERVILLE, NJ – Somerset County Sheriff Frank J. Provenzano held a swearing-in ceremony recently for newly-hired and promoted officers.

Superior Court Judge Kathy Qasim administered the oaths in the historic courthouse on East Main Street.

Provenzano announced 11 promotions in the Sheriff’s Office and two new hires in the Corrections Division, and presented two recognition ...

Somerville: Expert Offers Small Business Owners Insight on Credit Cards, Merchant Bill of Rights

SOMERVILLE, NJ – Small business owners should benefit from a 90-minute presentation on credit card transactions and the Merchant Bill of Rights hosted by Office Evolution, 50 Division St., Suite 501 on Feb. 13 beginning at 5:30 p.m.

“Credit Cards? How Much Do You Know?” will be moderated by Melissa Hammer, Relationship Manager for Heartland Payment Systems who has been ...

Junior Rangers Needed ths Summer by Somerset County Park Commission

February 13, 2019

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - The Somerset County Park Commission Park Rangers are seeking young people ages 6 to 12 to participate in their 2019 Junior Ranger Programs.

Children who enjoy hiking, discovering wildlife, and are interested in learning more about the environment and its inhabitants are perfect Junior Ranger candidates. Junior Rangers, along with their families and guardians, will learn about ...

Provenzano Presides Over Swearing-in, Promotions Ceremony

SOMERVILLE, NJ – Somerset County Sheriff Frank J. Provenzano held a swearing-in ceremony recently for newly-hired and promoted officers.

Superior Court Judge Kathy Qasim administered the oaths in the historic courthouse on East Main Street.

Provenzano announced 11 promotions in the Sheriff’s Office and two new hires in the Corrections Division, and presented two recognition ...