STATE – Before Gov. Chris Christie delivered his budget message on March 16, most school districts were preparing for a worst-case scenario involving a 15 percent cut in state funding. For most school administrators, that would represent a very welcome scenario indeed.
This season though, Kyrie Irving’s Celtic team was denied an opportunity to defend their NJSIAA Tournament of Champions crown and state championship after a discovery of illegal out-of-season-practices by the Celtics coach Kevin Boyle.
RAHWAY – The annual Cub Scout Pack 30/Boy Scout Troop 330 Rahway River clean-up is scheduled for Saturday, April 17.
LINDEN—Line dance classes for all Linden senior citizens, age 50 and older, will run from April 9 through June 25 at the John T. Gregorio Recreation Center, 330 Helen Street, Linden, Friday mornings from 10-11 a.m.
LINDEN – Linden recreation will sponsor tennis classes for all Linden residents between the ages of 4 and 13.
LINDEN—The Department of Public Property and Community Services sponsors social clubs in the city. All clubs are open to any Linden resident over 18 years of age.
RAHWAY—Students in Angela Urrico’s first grade art classes at Roosevelt School in Rahway are learning the history of Ghanaian Kente cloths.
CLARK–The Coalition for Sewer Rate Relief today publicly called on Gov. Chris Christie to investigate the Rahway Valley Sewer Authority (RVSA), citing rampant waste, mismanagement and abuse as the rationale.
UNION COUNTY—Union County will launch a pilot program called Green Dot, a new bystander intervention program designed to address issues of personal violence such as harassment and stalking, domestic violence and sexual assault.
ELIZABETH– People with disabilities at times face challenges in life that allow them to demonstrate their independence and self-sufficiency, yet falling in love is not one of those hurdles.