RAHWAY — Kim Kiefer, an English teacher at Rahway High School, also applies her professional skills at the district and university levels. She is advisor to the Rahway district literary journal, Ex Animo, teaches two English composition classes at Kean University, and is co-director of the Kean University Writing Project.
TRENTON – Assembly panel approved two bills Monday that would help towns provide long-term solutions to ward off future flooding problems.
CARTERET-On Monday, Nov. 21, Mayor Daniel J. Reiman and PRAB, Inc. opened an intake Home Energy and Weatherization Assistance Office.
CAMDEN – Building on New Jersey’s existing prisoner re-entry, rehabilitation and prevention programs, Gov. Chris Christie today outlined an initiative to help more offenders get the support they need to successfully re-enter society, break the cycle of criminality and lead productive lives.
UNION COUNTY — Help check out hunger this holiday season with donations to a Food Drive being sponsored by the Union County Public Libraries. From now until Dec.16, local public libraries will be accepting donations of non-perishable food items to benefit the New Jersey Community Food Bank and other local food pantries.
CLARK — In what has become a rite of passage for the past 15 years on Thanksgiving Eve; the very well attended Arthur L. Johnson High School intergenerational Alumni Football Dinner was held in the school cafeteria.
Academics, fops and dilettantes posing as film critics will exit “Anonymous” scratching their heads, wondering who was who in the Elizabethan political thriller, and speculating if any of its thesis on Shakespearean authorship is true. Folks who couldn’t care less but who randomly see films without reading reviews will question their lifestyle.
The United States has historically stood for unfettered free speech, which is vital to a functioning democracy. Unfortunately, the tendency on the part of government and law enforcement officials to purge dissent has largely undermined the First Amendment’s safeguards for political free speech.
EDISON — The Kindergarten class at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison enjoyed a Thanksgiving feast in the classroom during the lunch period on Nov. 21.