RAHWAY — As she completes a certificate as an Holocaust educator at Kean University, Rahway High School teacher Debi Maller-Natoli fulfills her dream of creating and implementing a new elective course at the high school for juniors and seniors in Holocaust and Genocide Studies through Literature and Film.
CLARK — After two district competitions of the New Jersey Science League, the teams representing Mother Seton Regional High School of Clark took first and second place honors. Mother Seton’s Physics, Chem I and Chem II teams all captured first place and the Biology team was in second place.
UNION – The Union Public Library, along with others throughout the sate, is honoring the legacy of Abraham Lincoln by collecting for the “Pennies For Peace” program.
ELIZABETH — The Union County Homicide Task Force arrested a Newark man and charged him with the early-morning Sunday death of a Belleville man who was killed in an Elizabeth motel room during an apparent robbery, Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow announced today.
RAHWAY – The Rahway Branch NAACP will hold a Candidates’ Night Forum on tonight to allow community members to meet the candidates seeking seats on the Board of Education.
NEWARK — Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) announced last week that it will seek approval from the New Jersey Board of Utilities to upgrade transmission lines and substations from existing 138,000-volt (138kV) power to 230,000-volt (230kV) power in the northern and central regions of the state.
ELIZABETH – Elizabeth Public Schools was recently featured in a case study published by the Disney Institute. The school district was the first to look to Disney to help change their organizational culture and accelerate student achievement by incorporating Disney’s time-tested practices into their district practices.
LINDEN — The Union County Department of Human Services, Division on Aging’s Outreach Team will offer a free presentation at the Linden Public Library on Tuesday, March 22, at 10 a.m. in the Columbia Bank Room.
RAHWAY — On what would have been Dr. Seuss’s 107th birthday, the children of Franklin School in Rahway celebrated Read Across America. The Cat in the Hat made his annual visit to the pre-school and kindergarten students and was greeted with hugs and high-fives.
LINDEN – The city’s Department of Public Property & Community Services offers a number of activities for Linden seniors. Any resident age 50 and over can join in the following activities at the John T. Gregorio Center, 330 Helen Street (unless otherwise noted):