RAHWAY—The city will celebrate Black History Month with the opening reception on Thursday, Feb. 4 at 7 p.m., at EDGE Galleries, 1571 Milton Avenue across from the Rahway YMCA.
ELIZABETH—Men and women who enjoy the game of softball can earn extra money in their spare time by becoming certified Amateur Softball Association softball umpires.
RAHWAY—Linda Brenner recently completed her internship with the Kean University Professional Development School at Roosevelt School in Rahway.
RAHWAY—Pre-kindergarten students at Franklin School learned about animals in the winter by reading stories, reciting poetry, and singing songs.
ROSELLE PARK—A 20-year-old substitute teacher at Roselle Park High School was arrested last night after authorities learned that he allegedly had sexual relations with a student, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow said.
LINDEN—The Linden Police Department is hailing the recently-concluded “Over the Limit, Under Arrest” anti-drunk driving enforcement holiday campaign as a success.
STATE – Two years ago, New Jersey lawmakers authorized municipalities to use cameras mounted at intersections to photograph and ticket motorists who run red lights, but local programs have been caught up in red tape.
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CLARK—Six seniors at Mother Seton Regional High School have been designated as Edward J. Bloustein Distinguished Scholars for the 2010-11 collegiate academic year, Sister Regina Martin, principal announced.
CLARK—The Arthur L. Johnson High School DECA Team had twelve of their students qualify for the DECA State Conference in February by competing in the regional conference earlier this month at Middlesex County College.