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County Mosquito Commission Offers Advice on Starting Early to Minimize Mosquitoes

May 24, 2017

MIDDLESEX COUNTY, NJ - The Middlesex County Mosquito Extermination Commission has been inspecting and treating mosquito sites throughout the County and is offering advice to residents on curbing the mosquitoes in their yards. Spring is a good time of year to find and remove areas where mosquitoes are likely to breed, such as standing water.

Dr. Deepak Matadha, Superintendent of the ...

South Brunswick: Bob’s Furniture Opens New Location With $1,000 Hugs For Brady Donation

SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – Bob’s Furniture opened its new location in the Target shopping plaza on Route 1 by donating $1,000 to the Hugs For Brady Foundation on Tuesday.

“I was deeply touched for our foundation to receive an ‘act of kindness’ from Bob’s Furniture and to be part of the company’s new location celebration,” Foundation Founder Sherrie ...

New Jersey's Top Baby Names Revealed

NEW JERSEY – The Social Security Administration has released its list of New Jersey’s most popular baby names in 2016. Liam was the most popular among the boys, while Mia had the top spot among the girls in the ...

Therapeutic Horse Farm in Hillsborough Hosts Family Fun Day for Special Needs Children, Adults and Families

HILLSBOROUGH, NJ – A free Family Fun Day for children and adults with special needs and their families will be hosted by Adonis Basil at his Legend Equestrian and Atlantic Rehabilitation Institute on Saturday, May 20 from 11 a.m.-2 p.m.

The institute is the centerpiece of a sprawling 30-acre horse farm dotted with stables, pastures and riding trails at 1800 Millstone Road.

Guests will ...

2017 Susan G. Komen North Jersey Race for the Cure Set for May 21

JERSEY CITY, NJ - Nearly 2,000 people are expected when the 2017 Susan G. Komen North Jersey Race for the Cure is held at Liberty State Park in Jersey City on Sunday, May 21.

The race is partially sponsored by TAPinto.net.

The Komen North Jersey Race for the Cure’s official Master of Ceremonies will be WABC-TV Eyewitness News reporter Anthony Johnson, who has been a member of the the ...

Could You Be at Risk for Hereditary Cancer?

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Genetic testing can now tell us who is at increased risk for breast, ovarian and other cancers. But who should be tested? Are men at risk? What is the BRCA gene and what does a “positive” result mean?

These and other questions will be discussed by medical and genetic experts in a free public program, “Could You be at Risk for Hereditary Cancer?” at ...

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