EDISON — Middle School students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School select items from a tree that includes items on a wish list from autistic children at Crossroads School in Westfield. The W-H students hope to provide a brighter holiday season for these autistic children by making their wishes come true.
WOODBRIDGE – The Woodbridge Animal Shelter & Pet Adoption Center is celebrating its fourth anniversary with a holiday open house on Sunday, Dec. 11, from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. Visitors will be able to get photos of their pets with Santa Claus, and there will be discounted pet adoptions.
EDISON – The Edison Recreation Department has announced a slate of programs and activities for Edison adults and teens beginning in January.
RAHWY– At the final football game of the season, the Rahway Sideliners and Band Boosters organizations held the Senior Spotlight to recognize the graduating senior members of football team under Coach Mobley, the senior cheerleaders under Coach Hennessy and the senior band and color guard members under Director Robert Van Wyk.
TRENTON – Three people were sentenced to state prison today for their roles in a drug ring that shipped more than 500 pounds of marijuana, worth approximately $1 million, from Arizona to New Jersey using UPS and FedEx, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced.
BRIDGEWATER – State and local officials gathered here today to draw attention to New Jersey’s Move Over law that requires motorists to move over if safe to do so when they approach an emergency vehicle stopped on the side of the road.
SCOTCH PLAINS — Sunday is usually about relaxing and getting ready for the week ahead for most students, but for Jessica Clarke of Scotch Plains, a senior at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, it is about serving others.
RAHWAY — On Tuesday, Dec. 6, Rahway High School took time out to celebrate the 273 students who achieved honor roll distinction for the first marking period. Parents were also invited and recognized during remarks by Principal John Farinella, Vice Principal Mark Cantagallo, and Student Government Advisor Steven Radler.
ELIZABETH — State Sen. Raymond Lesniak is calling for Hillary Clinton to be President Obama’s Vice Presidential running mate instead of Joe Biden, who is 69, and he will be making a television appearance this weekend to explain why.