Author: Michele C. Hollow

A growing number of schools provide expanded opportunities to students with developmental disabilities.

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Sri Nihal Tammana has facilitated the recycling of more than 200,000 batteries. He says it's something everyone can do "for the good of the planet."

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Student scientist Sonia Michaluk discovered her passion at a young age while volunteering at Ridgeview Conservancy, a Princeton nonprofit.

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Founded by a Lakewood paramedic, the service helps get hearts and lungs where they need to go—"in a hurry."

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The Warehouse NJ provides donated furnishings and household goods when homeless families and individuals find a new place to call their own.

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Calais Elementary School in Whippany has a new staffer, one who can sense anxiety in kids on the autistic spectrum with just a sniff.

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This Way Up

December 20, 2007

Cities are experiencing a renaissance as single young professionals,newly weds without children,and empty nester's discover that picket fences,large yards , and McMansions are not to be-all and end-all of luxe living.

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