PERTH AMBOY – Today, the cafeteria at the Anthony V. Ceres School at 445 State Street, Perth Amboy, will get a Halloween makeover.
RAHWAY—While Franklin School in Rahway is always an electrifying place to learn, on Tuesday, Oct. 20, something a little unusual was taking place in the fourth grade hallway.
BERKELEY HEIGHTS—They may be Union County employees by day, but with a little bit of Halloween spirit last weekend they became the late wives of David Felt who lived in the Deserted Village in Union County’s Watchung Reservation.
TRENTON – A Sayreville pharmacist is one of ten defendants indicted Monday on charges they conspired to defraud Medicaid of more than $2.3 million dollars, Attorney General Anne Milgram and Division of Criminal Justice Director Deborah L. Gramiccioni announced.
Ghost Tours • Oct. 30 on the hour from 6-10 p.m. and Oct. 31 on the hour from 5-10 p.m. – Renowned psychic Jane Doherty will lead ghost tours of the Proprietary House, 149 Kearny Ave, Perth Amboy. The historic building has been featured on the SyFi Channel’s “Ghost Hunters.” Suggested donation: $10 per person; $3 per child under 16. For info or directions, call 1-732-826-5527.
Oct. 19 at 9:46 p.m. – At 4 Cornell Drive, Officer Daniel Joy arrested Bronx, N.Y. resident Justin Hawkins, 30, on an outstanding warrant from Newark for contempt of court. He was subsequently turned over to the Newark Police Department.
Oct. 19 at 6:41 a.m. – Officers Tara Hanan and Thomas Salvia investigated a report of a theft at Woodbridge Road. An arrest was made.
SCOTCH PLAINS –Barbara Dellanno, humanities curriculum specialist and teacher at Union Catholic High School, has been selected as the 2009 Nonpublic Teacher of the Year Finalist by the New Jersey Council for Private Education (NJ CAPE) and the New Jersey Department of Education Advisory Committee for Non-public Schools.
EDISON – The Township of Edison is offering a special shopping trip this holiday season to Woodbury Commons Premium Outlets for great gift buying.
CLARK—Representing St Agnes School in Clark, seventh grade student Jessica Seib read her winning Christopher Columbus essay to a crowd of people gathered at the Clark Italian Festival held Columbus Day weekend.