The Hudson Reporter
A growing problem CarePoint and Loews Theater team up for education about diabetes
Katie Hartnett, clinical nutrition manager for CarePoint, and Leah Gorhan, a nutrition student volunteer from Montclair State University, fielded a number of questions from the nearly 150 people who attended the World Diabetes Day event at the Landmark Loew's Jersey City Theatre on Nov. 14. The event was hosted by CarePoint Healthcare and Loew's ... (more)
Tue Dec 03, 2013
St. Elizabeth in Morristown offers free HIV testing
Tom DeNoia tested positive for HIV in 2008, and if he was told then that five years later he'd be giving speeches to advocate HIV testing, he wouldn't have believed it.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
The Alternative Press
Dr. Shieh of Berkeley Heights Winner Of 2013 New Jersey Edison Patent Award For Work With Novartis
The Research & Development Council of New Jersey recognized the winners of the organization's 2013 Thomas Edison Patent Awards.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Public Hearing on Civilian Police Director Position, Visit From Santa in the Week Ahead
The Montclair Board of Education will hold the first of three Board Oversight meetings in the Atrium of the George Inness Annex, 141 Park St., on Monday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m. Additional meetings are scheduled for Feb. 10 and April 7. There will be no formal Board action taken at these meetings.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
Ron Levy, Piano, and Friends Set for Carnegie Hall Tonight
It is with great pleasure that pianist Ron Levy announces an upcoming gala celebration, Ron Levy, Piano, and Friends, at New York's Weill Recital Hall at Carnegie Hall , tonight, November 29th at 8 PM.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Bill Ayers Stirs Controversy over Obama Book Role
Questions are being raised again about the role Bill Ayers, former radical activist turned elementary education theorist, played in the writing of President Barack Obama's bestselling memoir, "Dreams From My Father."
Mon Nov 25, 2013
NJ News Commons
Inquirer Kerfuffle Continues With Marimow Back at Helm
In a stunning decision, a Common Pleas Judge has concluded that Philadelphia Inquirer editor Bill Marimow's firing on Oct. 7 violated the operating agreement among owners, and has ordered Marimow returned to his job.
CPA Ingraffea to merge with Mahwah firm
Independent Ringwood accountant Laura Ingraffea and her two staff members will soon combine with the larger Mahwah accounting firm Goldstein Lieberman & Co., according to a statement issued Monday by Goldstein Lieberman, which did not disclose the terms of the merger.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
WNYC-AM New York
'New Brunswick Today' Investigates
The news service, New Brunswick Today has been making waves - producing investigative reports on the New Brunswick Water Utility covering up water quality violations and on Rutgers trying to keep its Hurricane Sandy report secret.
Wyckoff official gets an honor
WYCKOFF - Robert J. Shannon Jr., who in his 30-year career as township administrator secured $10 million in federal, state and county grants, has been selected by his peers as this year's outstanding municipal manager.
Wed Nov 20, 2013
New Doubts about the Value of a College Degree
As Americans spend more and more to get college degrees, more and more people are beginning to question the value the recipients and the taxpayers are receiving.
Mon Nov 18, 2013
NJ News Commons
NJ Senate Approves Tuition Equality for Undocumented Immigrants
A bill to offer in-state tuition to undocumented immigrants who grew up in New Jersey is continuing its progress towards Gov. Chris Christie's desk.
E.coli high in Montclair's Third River
The Third River, which crosses through several parts of Montclair, may be contaminated with levels of E. coli that are well beyond EPA standards, say local environmental activists.
Journalist panel to host workshop in Montclair
This Sunday, the Montclair Public Library will play host to "Who is a Journalist Now?" - a panel-meets-public discussion revolving around the ever-changing world of news media and how the public consumes it.
Sat Nov 16, 2013
Stars and Stripes
Combat vets turn old uniforms into paper during Stockton art project
More than a dozen military members cut their old uniforms to shreds this week at Richard Stockton College.
Fri Nov 15, 2013
NJ News Commons
The News in Jersey: Visiting the Land of Wawa
Save the Date! Tuesday, November 19th, 7 to 9 p.m., Montclair State University. NJ News Commons invites all partners and students from the School of Communication and Media to network and fill internship positions for Spring 2014.
The Montclair Times
The second TEDxMontclair event was held on Saturday, Nov. 9, at Montclair State University.
TEDxMontclair's host, Deborah McLean Leow, speaks to about 200 people in the Conference Center at Montclair State University on Saturday, Nov. 9. TEDx Montclair is affiliated with TED, or Technology, Entertainment, and Design, a nonprofit organization committed to the dissemination of "ideas worth spreading."
Wed Nov 13, 2013
New Jersey Jewish News
NJ students - talk Israel' at advocacy retreat
CLOSE TO 50 young people took part in programs on Israel education and advocacy at the third annual Talk Israel Weekend Retreat for Jewish College Students in New Jersey, held Nov. 1-3 at the Hanover Marriott in Whippany.
Mon Nov 11, 2013
The Fine Art Of Parallel Parking
This weekend, my son and I went to an open house at Montclair State University. Afterward, we to a restaurant that was said to have one of the best burgers in the state.
Sat Nov 09, 2013
The art of music, the music of art
Joseph Coco -- the musician -- has recorded more than 40 CDs. Three of his releases -- a blues opera, an album about the Iraq war, and a song cycle detailing the life of a performer -- are in the collection of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland.