Rahway

Citizens Receive Emergency Response Training

RAHWAY—The newest members of Rahway’s Community Emergency Response Team have successfully completed a training program conducted by the Rahway Police Department. The Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) Program educates people about disaster preparedness for hazards that may impact their area…

Off To Kindergarten

Off To Kindergarten—On June 10, Madison Elementary School in Rahway held their awards program. Students received awards for perfect attendance, physical education, music, band and art. Madison’s Bully Busters and patrols were also recognized. The pre-kindergarten and kindergarten also have…

Rahway Student Honored

Rahway Student Honored—Adriana Angrisani, a sixth grade student at Rahway Middle School, was chosen as an honoree representing Union County in the 30th annual Wallenberg Honors Program. The ceremony was held at Parsippany Hills High School, on Wednesday, May 13.…

Onwards And Upwards

Onwards And Upwards—Members of the Class of 2015 at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison officially entered the sixth grade and Middle School on the morning of Wednesday, June 4, during a “Moving Up Ceremony” inside the school’s All-Purpose Room. Andrew…

Rahway Hosts Special Olympic Day

RAHWAY—It may not have been in downtown Beijing, but on Friday, May 16, downtown Rahway was its own Olympic Village. The Rahway Recreation Center hosted the sixth annual Olympic Day for Special Needs Children. Over 70 athletes from Rahway’s elementary…

Drug-Free Is The Way To Be

Drug-Free Is The Way To Be—On the morning of May 21, fifth graders at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison were awarded certificates and t-shirts from Edison Police Officer Michael Gurovich and their teachers Nicole Nolan and Debbie Kendall, marking their…

Rahway PAL Celebrates Memorial Day

RAHWAY—On Saturday, May 24, Rahway PAL hosted its annual Memorial Day picnic for players, and their families and friends. The day was filled with good food and lots of fun and activities. Our guests were treated to a 65-foot obstacle…