RAHWAY—Seventh grade students at Rahway Middle School created original moon myths as part of a writing assignment for science class. Ms. Beach’s class first read several moon myths originating from around the world.
RAHWAY—Shermine Saint-Elien was honored at December’s night PTA meeting at Roosevelt School. Saint-Elien ‘s name has been added to the Accelerated Reader Plaque.
Twenty years ago, the Elizabeth Minutemen had a special hoops season. Coached by New Jersey icon Ben Candelino, the Minutemen tore through the county and state tournaments.
CLARK – The Polish Cultural Foundation will celebrate the Polish tradition of Christmas caroling known as “Koledy” on Sunday, Jan. 17 at 3 p.m.
LINDEN — A 75 year old mason who fell backward down five stairs was brought back to life by his 11-year-old granddaughter, who administered CPR until emergency responders arrived. “At 12:46 hrs. Linden Fire Department Engine #1 and Linden Fire…
SCOTCH PLAINS – The Union Catholic High School Health Club, moderated by school nurse, JoAnn Ball, hosted a blood drive on Dec. 15 in conjunction with New Jersey Blood Services.
Senior Citizen I.D. Card Program—Linden residents 50 and older may register for a senior identification card on Tuesday, Jan. 5, at the Gregorio Recreation Center, 330 Helen Street from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m.
RAHWAY—On Dec. 18, the students in Dyan McMillen’s class at Roosevelt School in Rahway had an opportunity to Skype with another second grade class in Roselle Park.
RAHWAY – The City of Rahway is looking to become a more environmentally sustainable community and seeks public input to help reach that goal.
ELIZABETH—Bridgeway Walk 2009 was a resounding success, according to Cory Storch, executive director of Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services. The ninth annual walk was hosted at the TD Bank Ball Park in Bridgewater, centrally located to many of Bridgeway’s programs, and marked the first time that the walk was held outside of the City of Elizabeth.