ELIZABETH—Students from Benedictine Academy in Elizabeth, an all-female Catholic college prep high school, traveled to the United Nations in Manhattan.
ELIZABETH—Aetna and the Trinitas Regional Medical Center announced a new long-term agreement on Friday that will keep the Medical Center in network, without interruption, for all Aetna members.
EDISON — Gale Goldman, Upper School art teacher, presents Wardlaw-Hartridge School senior Shi Woo Yu of Plainfield with an honorable mention certificate from the 32nd annual duCret School of Art High School Students Art Show.
EDISON — Alan Weinberg, founder and owner of Alan’s Orchard in Westfield, describes to the newly formed Green Club of The Wardlaw-Hartridge School the benefits of his grocery store that secures local and sustainable food products from New Jersey, New York and Pennsylvania.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Army Reserve Pvt. Keturah Coleman has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
CLARK – To show their appreciation for the Clark eatery’s support, officials from the Clark Scholarship Fund recently presented a plaque to the owners of the Windsor Diner.
RAHWAY — In honor of children’s author Dr. Seuss, Madison Elementary School in Rahway participated in the nationwide celebration of his birthday.
MERIDIAN, Miss. — Marine Corps Pfc. Veronica M. Jimenez Ochoa, daughter of Norma Ochoa and Jose Jimenez, of Elizabeth, recently completed the Marine Aviation Maintenance Administration Course.
ELIZABETH — A Maryland teenager who sent a threatening message via the Internet saying students in Berkeley Heights were in danger of being shot while in school, pleaded guilty Thursday to causing a false public alarm, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow announced today.
TRENTON – A Union County construction contractor pleaded guilty Friday to using a stolen identity, a fictitious company, and fraudulent documents to successfully bid on public projects, including a project to restore the Clinton Town dam in Hunterdon County, when his companies were barred from such projects, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced.