I never thought of myself as the sentimental type. I don’t usually reminisce about the past because it’s enough for me to cope with the present. But there are some things from years gone by that I would like to see in vogue again.
SCOTCH PLAINS– Union Catholic High School, located at 1600 Martine Avenue in Scotch Plains, has scheduled an Open House for Thursday, Oct. 7, at 7 p.m. for families with children interested in attending the school.
MOUNTAINSIDE – “My Hands Can Talk,” a program to teach adults how to interact with young children through basic sign language, is now available at Children’s Specialized Hospital, 150 New Providence Road, Mountainside.
EAST BRUNSWICK — Middlesex County 4-H will hold an open house from 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Oct. 3 at the 4-H Center on the corner of Cranbury and Fern Roads in East Brunswick. The program offers learning and fun for youth in a variety of project areas from animals, to dance, to leadership.
CLARK — A new principal, new teachers and many new programs and activities are all a part of the new beginnings at St Agnes School.
STATE — Last year, Donald Applegate, a Middlesex County resident, was unemployed and heard that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers was using American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds or stimulus money to hire local people to work on hazardous waste site clean-up projects throughout New Jersey.
WASHINGTON, D.C.? The National Peace Corps Association (NPCA) together with World Policy Journal, announced the winners of the Africa Rural Connect (ARC) Essay Contest.
NEWARK — New Jersey City University sophomore middle hitter BRITTANY EREZUMA (Kearny, NJ/Kearny) notched a match-high and career-best 10 kills but it wasn’t enough as Rutgers-Newark swept a New Jersey Athletic Conference match from the Gothic Knights, 25-19, 25-17, 25-19, on Thursday night at The Golden Dome.
RAHWAY — Seventh grade students at the Rahway Middle School began the school year by completing an “I Am…” poem.
EDISON — From July 27 to August 8, Lian Cancryn of Plainfield, a junior at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison, attended the National Student Leadership Conference on Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of California at Berkeley.
EDISON – Kush Mody, a sophomore at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison, was the only high school student among pre-medical students to complete the Introduction to Clinical Medicine Program for Pre-Medical Students at St. Michael’s Medical Center in Newark.
October is World Animal Month! It’s a chance to celebrate animal life in all of its forms, and the intricate, symbiotic bonds between humanity and the animal kingdom. And what better way to celebrate than making animal-friendly lifestyle changes?
We at the Internal Revenue Service are concerned because as many as 10,000 small community-based nonprofits in New Jersey are in jeopardy of losing their tax-exempt status. The loss of this status could greatly impact the organizations’ charitable work and their donors’ potential tax deductions.