EDISON — Looking for gift ideas for the chef in your life? Middlesex County College is offering 30 different cooking classes starting in January.
CRANFORD – Beginning in January 2011, Union County College, in partnership with the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs and the New Jersey Business & Industry Association, will offer a comprehensive series of training courses to meet the federal and state requirements for New Jersey contractors performing renovation, repair and painting projects that may disturb lead-based paint in pre-1978 homes, child-care facilities and multi-family dwellings.
CLARK — Sister Regina Martin, principal at Mother Seton Regional High School, lights the Advent wreath with students in the school chapel. The Advent prayer service is held daily in the Clark school’s chapel before the start of the school day.
CLARK — Grateful for their ongoing support of The Clark Scholarship Fund, the fund’s president and treasurer recently presented a recognition plaque to Columbia Bank’s Clark branch manager, Sharon Reddin.
TRENTON—Voters in Woodbridge and South River approved school construction projects yesterday.
SCOTCH PLAINS – Students from Union Catholic High School were excited to pitch in when a call for volunteers came in from Sister Mary Eleanor at St. Mary’s Parish in Rahway.
EDISON — On Dec. 14, the Wardlaw-Hartridge School community was treated to an eye-opening exhibit on dinosaurs during the second grade’s annual dinosaur museum exhibition.
IOWA CITY, Iowa—January is fast approaching and that means it’s time to apply for college financial aid for the upcoming school year. High school seniors across the country can use downtime during the holiday break to take the first step toward financing their education.
CLARK – The Clark Township Board of Education will meet tonight at Arthur L. Johnson High School, 365 Westfield Avenue. The executive session will begin at 5 p.m. in the school’s media center. The public session will begin at 7 p.m. in the auditorium.
EDISON — Middle School students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison continued to demonstrate their commitment to helping others when they selected ornaments from the “Angel Tree” this month.