CLARK – Over 400 children visited the Easter Bunny, made their own Easter baskets, played games and took part in the annual Clark Recreation Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, March 27.
RAHWAY—Students from Susan Bechelli’s class at Grover Cleveland School visited Riverton Nursing and Rehabilitation Center and dyed eggs with the residents. They shared conversation, snacks and a visit from the Easter Bunny.
COLONIA—Imagine living up to a legacy that no one can remember.
Sky Girl and the Superheroic Legacy, a new young adult novel from Joe Sergi, tells the story of DeDe Christopher, an average high school sophomore with dreams of winning the National Gymnastic Tournament and dating the school quarterback.
COLONIA—Members of the NJ STARS League at Middlesex County College assisted at the Eighth Annual Easter Parade and Egg Hunt March 27 to benefit a Colonia family who had fallen on hard times.
CLARK – One of Clark Township’s most popular and meaningful fundraising events is getting an extra boost from Investors Savings Bank.
On a spring day in the year 30, two processions entered Jerusalem. It was the beginning of the week of Passover, the most sacred week of the Jewish year. In centuries past, Christians have celebrated this day as Palm Sunday. For many, this week, which ends with Easter, is the most sacred week of the Christian year.
TRENTON – New Jersey Department of Transportation (NJDOT) will suspend road construction projects statewide over the holiday weekend to promote safety and reduce congestion.
METUCHEN—The St. Joseph High School Theatre Company will be presenting The Sound of Music next weekend and the following weekend on the campus at 145 Plainfield Road, Metuchen. Tickets are $20 for adults and $15 for students and seniors.
NEW BRUNSWICK — A former president of a labor union representing corrections officers pleaded guilty today to a charge of stealing $66,300 from union coffers, Middlesex County First Assistant Prosecutor Julia McClure announced.
LINDEN—Responding to a rash of home invasion robberies and burglaries, city officials met with residents Monday and one councilman suggested that crime rates would be lower if more police lived in town.