SOUTH AMBOY – Residents, families and community organizations are painting windows to honor American veterans in South Amboy’s Patriotic Window Painting Contest.
Changing Of The Guard … Jian Bland of Edison, Student Council President of The Wardlaw-Hartridge School, steps aside from the podium after her final morning meeting and hands over control to incoming president Aneesa Sonawalla of Edison.
CRANFORD – On May 14, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., there will be an open house for the summer College for Kids & Teens (CFK) program at Union County College’s Cranford campus.
To paraphrase Yogi Berra, when it comes to gas prices, this is like déjà vu all over again. Instability in Africa and the Middle East, among other factors, has driven up pump prices to levels we haven’t seen since the summer of 2008.
EDISON – The Wardlaw-Hartridge Upper School recently held its annual science fair. Alyssa Kennedy ’13 and Pranali Soni ’13 won first place for their project entitled “Heron’s Fountain.”
CLARK — Suzanne Nagourney, a science teacher at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark, recently attended a rain garden training program at Trailside Nature and Science Center in Mountainside.
RAHWAY — Third and fourth grade gifted and talented students from Rahway Public Schools participated in the district’s yearly “Battle of the Books.”
LINDEN – Registration is underway for Linden Recreation’s Fall Youth Soccer League.
Teen pregnancy impacts hundreds of thousands of families in the US each year. The good news: teen births have fallen to an all-time low. The bad news: more than 2,000 teens still get pregnant each day.