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.
AVENEL – The Woodbridge Township Police Department and the Woodbridge Domestic Violence Response Team will hold a seminar designed to provide insight into the problems of cyber-stalking and cyber-bullying on Monday, May 23, at St. Andrew’s Church Hall on Madison Avenue.
RAHWAY — On Thursday, May 19, students from the Rahway High School Water Champions program were honored by the New Jersey Chapter of the US Green Building Council at a gala event held at the Palace at Somerset.
RAHWAY—Lady Gaga has taken over New York City for the release of her latest album, “Born This Way,” including special Gaga taxi cabs.
CLARK — On May 16, Michael Bolan, Dominick Strumolo, Alex Rodrigues, Megan Heaning and Devin Kanach were awarded scholarships by the Clark Scholarship Fund. The ceremony for the recipients and family members was held at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Clark.