ELIZABETH — The ringleader of a group of thieves who broke into the home of and terrorized an elderly Plainfield resident pleaded guilty in court Tuesday, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow announced.
RAHWAY — The Arts Department of Rahway High School is intensely at work preparing for the annual spring musical, “West Side Story”, to be presented this weekend at the high school auditorium. Evening performances on Friday and Saturday are at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday’s matinee is at 2 p.m.
RAHWAY — Melissa, a fourth grader from Mrs. Klein’s class at Madison Elementary School in Rahway, reads to her first grade buddies during the school wide celebration of Dr. Seuss’ birthday earlier this month.
CRANFORD – On Wednesday, March 23, Union County College will host world-renowned artists Joanna Quinn and Les Mills of Beryl Productions International Ltd. They will be presenting an animated, multimedia visiting artist lecture entitled “Drawings that Move” at 1 p.m. in the Roy Smith Theater on the college’s Cranford Campus.
UNION — The Boys & Girls Clubs of Union County, Union Club will host a six-class SAT preparation series leading up to the May 7 SATs, in collaboration with the Chandler Learning Center.
LINDEN — Linden High School won its 9th Union County title in the high school Consumer Bowl competition. The team included Captain Angelika Drozd, sophomores Milena Drozd, Zak Modrak, Manessa Lormejuste, junior Dan Ortiz, senior Angelo Monaco and freshmen Mwakulomba Juma.
CHIANG MAI, Thailand – For two Elizabeth natives, providing humanitarian aid, civic assistance, and military training to a country known for deadly cobra snakes, Buddhist temples, and shrimp pad Thai, was quite an experience recently.
RAHWAY — JoAnn Bertelo, who has taught Advanced Placement (AP) English Language and Composition at Rahway High School for the past ten years, has been selected by the College Board to be an AP Reader this year.
RAHWAY – Last month, the Rahway Public Library invited the Rahway High School Debate Team to perform a debate for community members, parents, and students.
CLARK — The literary magazine, “Driftwood,” published by Mother Seton Regional High School of Clark, was recently awarded first place in the American Scholastic Press Association Competition.