Edison Local Business
Sunday May 3 | via NJ.com
Ronald was named executive vice president. She will provide leadership to ensure the organization achieves its impact goals in education, healthy aging, and food access. Comment?
Friday May 1 | via Cape Gazette
Heinz W. Bothmann, 89, passed away peacefully at home Tuesday, April 28, 2015, with his loving wife and son by his side. He had a lengthy illness and was cared for by his wife, a trained nurse, and was also assisted and cared for by Hospice for the past year. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 28 | via PRWeb
BuyDig.com, the Internet's #1 Digital Superstore, has two great announcements for their customers this spring. The first is the return of the #DigMyOrder offer where BuyDig.com will pick up the tab on a few lucky shoppers' orders between April 27th, 2015 and June 19th, 2015. Comment?
Monday Apr 27 | via The Jersey Journal
Located on Vineyard Road behind the Ford Motor Company plant, posters on Facebook's "08817 - the south end, the REAL Edison" page remember the establishment fondly. Referred to locally as "Benny's," it boasted a kitchen, pool tables and a stage for live music; the Good Rats were among the bands that performed there. Comment?
Sunday Apr 26 | via Iol.co.za
Three Americans died in a massive avalanche triggered by the devastating Nepal earthquake, the U.S. State Department said on Sunday, including a medic and a filmmaker who were at a base camp for Mount Everest climbers. Nearly 2 500 people were confirmed killed in the 7.9 magnitude quake, making it the worst such disaster to hit Nepal since 1934 when 8 500 died. Comment?
Saturday Apr 25 | via USA Today
Mount Everest base camp medic among victims Marisa Girawong of Edison, N.J., was among at least 17 killed in an avalanche in Nepal. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/1GvYtX2 Eve Girawong was climbing Mount Everest with Seattle-based Madison Mountaineering when she was killed by an avalanche. Comment?
Tuesday Apr 21 | via Russia Taday
People shout slogans against police while they take part in a march called "March2Justice" to stop police brutality and racial profiling while they cross the town of Edison, New Jersey, April 13, 2015. Activits campaigning against policy brutality and racial profiling have reached Washington DC, having marched more than 200 miles from New York City on foot. Comment?
Monday Apr 20 | via NorthJersey.com
Venture capitalists are more bullish on companies in the Garden State than a year ago, based on data from a quarterly report released Friday. During the first quarter of 2015, venture capitalists made 11 deals totaling more than $96 million to New Jersey businesses - a big surge from the same quarter last year when investors completed five deals amounting to $19.6 million. Comment?
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