EDISON — On the morning of May 17, Middle School students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School add their contributions to a bulletin board dedicated to Bully Awareness, which contains the message to treat others the way you want to be treated.
CLARK — Children at the Clark Preschool recently created musical instruments from recyclable containers
CLARK — The children at the Clark Preschool enjoy a picnic lunch outside in the fresh air on a sunny spring day.
Breastfeeding is a natural, ages-old practice that holds numerous benefits for both baby and mother.
One month ago, New Jersey celebrated the preservation of its 2,000th farm. It was a true milestone, because these preserved farms – totaling about 190,000 acres – literally keep New Jersey the Garden State.
In early America, citizens were considered equals with law enforcement officials. Authorities were rarely permitted to enter one’s home without permission or in a deceitful manner.
C’mon…did you really think I could NOT say something about this…I mean, after all, if you’re still here reading this, obviously something didn’t go quite as expected…
MONROE – The 200 Club of Middlesex County honored local public safety officers last week at the 38th annual awards banquet at the Forsgate Country Club.
ELIZABETH – Achievement is up in the city’s public high schools, officials announced. Data obtained from the 11th grade High School Proficiency Assessment (HSPA) shows the district-wide proficiency level for Language Arts Literacy (LAL) in eleventh grade is 71.5 percent. Since 2005, LAL scores have steadily increased from 59 percent to 71 percent — an increase of 22 percent.