Elizabeth

Councilwoman’s Sister Alleges Discrimination

ELIZABETH—The city council president’s sister has filed a lawsuit in federal court charging officials in the administration of Mayor J. Christian Bollwage with racial discrimination. Linda J. Perkins filed charges in 2005 complaining that Community Development Program Director Susan Ucci…

Distinguished Scholars

  Distinguished Scholars—Three seniors at Benedictine Academy in Elizabeth were named “Edward J. Bloustein Distinguished Scholars” for 2009. Each of the three has exhibited both outstanding academic and leadership qualities during their years at the academy. Honored were Steffanye Barragan…

Elizabeth Dedicates New School

ELIZABETH –– On Tuesday evening, the Elizabeth Board of Education formally dedicated the district’s newly-opened, state-of-the-art Juan Pablo Duarte-José Julián Martí School No. 28.  The ceremony was held in the auditorium and was attended by school and district representative, as…

Super Scholar-Athletes

  Super Scholar-Athletes—On Wednesday, Jan. 21, Susan Swenson, director of college counseling at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, announced that Christopher Georgevich of Elizabeth and Ariana Lyons of Plainfield were named school winners in the Wendy’s Heisman High School Award…