RAHWAY — Recently, students from the Rahway High School Class of 2012 received their class rings at the annual Junior Ring Ceremony. This event, which was organized by Vice Principal Chey Rivera along with class advisors Patricia Peloso and Christine McNicholas, gave students from the Class of 2012 an opportunity to learn about the high school’s traditions.
LINDEN – Last week, a 35-year-old Linden woman told police she was the victim of an internet fraud scam.
SUMMIT — On Sunday, April 17, The Wardlaw-Hartridge School Concert Choir joined forces with the Calvary Chorale (a community choir located in Summit) to perform two well-known Bach cantatas with soloists and full orchestra.
CLARK — Second grade students in Jennifer Kelleher’s Class at Valley Road School in Clark share their literary creations with Superintendent of Schools Kenneth Knops.
RAHWAY — Fifth grade student Hector Morales recently enjoyed lunch with his teacher, Mrs. Prakapas, as a reward for good behavior at Roosevelt School in Rahway.
April 13 at 5:30 p.m. – In the vicinity of 77 Central Avenue, Officer Brian Renda arrested North Bergen resident Nestor Pachon-Perez on outstanding warrants from Paramus, Passaic and Elizabeth for contempt of court. He was subsequently turned over to the Elizabeth Police Department.
ELIZABETH–Marine Corps Pfc. Maria I. Martinez, daughter of Jose Martinez, of Elizabeth, recently completed the Basic Food Service Course.
CLARK — Erin Reilly, a special education teacher at Valley Road in the Clark School District, was the recipient of the prestigious “Innovations In Special Education” Award through the New Jersey School Boards Association.
WESTFIELD — Literacy Volunteers of Union County (LVUC) and Literacy Volunteers of the Plainfield Public Library honored tutors during a special Tutor Appreciation Event held in Westfield at the Presbyterian Church during National Volunteer Week.
ELIZABETH—A “CSI” science contest for girls in grades 6-8 was held at Benedictine Academy in Elizabeth on Saturday, April 2. The competition brought together a total of nine investigative teams representing eight elementary schools in the Union and Essex County area.