LINDEN – Linden High School students recently took part in a 45-minute workshop called “What Color is Your Career Path.” This workshop was designed to prepare the students for employment and identifies what employers are looking for in the 21st century workplace.
NEWARK – The Office of the Attorney General, through its Division of Consumer Affairs, has filed suit against an Elizabeth used motor vehicle dealership for allegedly violating the state’s Consumer Fraud Act, Motor Vehicle Advertising Regulations, Automotive Sales Regulations and Used Car Lemon Law.
FAIRFIELD, Conn.— Megan Eileen Carolan of Linden received a Bachelor of Arts degree during Fairfield University’s Commencement on May 17. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology and Anthropology.
The fourth grades at Madison Elementary School in Rahway held their annual wax museum on April 8. This year’s theme was “New Jersey Trivia.”
ELIZABETH—St. Mary of the Assumption High School recently awarded diplomas to 61 seniors who successfully completed the prescribed course of studies.
EDISON – Kanan Bharat Udeshi of Linden graduated The Wardlaw-Hartridge School, an independent co-educational college-preparatory school in Edison on Friday, June 5.
RAHWAY—Rahway’s Olympic Day for Special Needs Children was held on Friday, May 29, at the Rahway Recreation Center. This annual event, which takes place thanks to the tireless efforts of Rahway High School special education teacher Patricia Williams, continues to be one of the “best kept secrets” about Rahway High School.
June 11 at 12:35 a.m. – Officer George Marmarou arrested Clark residents Nicholas Afonso, 18, and Matthew Kalinowski, 19, and Garwood resident Peter Menakis, 18, at a Hart Street residence.
CLARK – The Deutscher Club is planning to host a Father’s Day picnic on Sunday, June 21, from 11:30 a.m. – 6 p.m.
LINDEN—The Linden Battle semi-pro football team will host the first annual Traci Facchini Charity Bowl on Saturday, June 20, at Tiger Stadium, 123 Main Street in Linden.