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By NEW JERSEY DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICESJuly 17, 2018
The Murphy administration on Monday announced new steps to help New Jersey Medicaid recipients quit using tobacco by making it easier to receive tobacco cessation medications and counseling.
“Tobacco use is the leading preventable cause of death and disease in New Jersey, leading to chronic lung disease, heart disease, stroke and cancer,” said New Jersey Human Services Commissioner ...
By GEORGE LUCACIJuly 17, 2018
To Our Current and Future Representatives - Wherever They May Be:
We can never forget we are a nation of immigrants.
We cannot fall prey to fear, ignorance and anger when we have been historically driven by freedom and justice.
We must have the courage and will to fight hate, bigotry and prejudice.
We must not wake up to what we hoped was a bad dream and ...
By SOUTH BRUNSWICK PUBLIC LIBRARYJuly 16, 2018
Have you ever closed a book after reading it and said “that was AWESOME!” Us too! Maybe it was very funny, helpful, mind-blowing, emotionally moving? The “why” is up to you. Share the good news about the awesome books you have read by simply returning the book to our new Awesome Box! It is labeled as such and stands next to the normal return box in the main ...
By JACKIE LIEBERMANJuly 14, 2018
WESTFIELD, NJ — It’s creepy. It’s kooky. And it’s taking over Westfield from Oct 26 to 28. AddamsFest, a town-wide celebration honoring Westfield native Charles Addams and his most famous creations, The Addams Family, will be a destination event this fall with family-friendly activities, lectures, exhibits and film screenings, the town announced Thursday.
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By ED BIRCHJuly 13, 2018
SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ - The New Jersey School Boards Association has announced that the deadline for candidates to file petitions for 2018 School Board positions is 4 p.m. on July 30, 2018.
There are three positions presently available for a term of three (3) years. The three incumbents with terms to be expiring are Stephen Parker, PhD.,Barry Nathanson, and Peter St, Vincent.
By TOM HAYDONJuly 12, 2018
NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Only one company submitted a bid to build a new city park on land where three abandoned houses once stood.
A-Tech Concrete of Edison submitted a bid of $897,316.25 to construct a park on Welton Street, near Drift Street.
This was the only bid that city Purchasing Department received before the deadline this morning.
New Brunswick demolished three abandoned home on the ...