CLARK — The Clark Crusaders played the Hillside Comets in the Annual Unico Bowl last Friday. The Crusaders achieved victory with a 33-15 win.
Nearly one half of all cases of breast cancer in women 50 years and older and more than 70% of cases in women younger than 50 years are discovered by women themselves, frequently unintentionally.
CLARK – The Clark Board of Education will meet in executive session at the Media Center of Arthur L. Johnson High School, 365 Westfield Avenue, at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 18. The public session will begin at 7 p.m. in the Clark Council Chambers, 315 Westfield Avenue.
TRENTON — A new teacher evaluation system will be implemented statewide next year before administrators and educators have sufficient time to evaluate the success of its pilot program and make necessary adjustments, according to the New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA).
CLARK– The Clark Girls Softball League (CGSB) will hold registration for the 2012 season on Oct. 19 and 20 from 6 – 8 p.m. at the Brewer Recreational Center (Clark Municipal Building), 430 Westfield Avenue.
CLARK – The Township Council will meet tonight, Oct. 17, at 7:30 p.m. at 315 Westfield Avenue, Clark
RAHWAY — As part of Madison Elementary School’s character education program, Blue Sky Puppet Theatre paid a visit performing “The Missing Piece.” The story began when Seymour Bone, a toymaker and inventor, discovered that his son, Rufus, had been selfish and mean towards his friends and siblings.
Insisting that the “damage done by drugs is felt far beyond the millions of Americans with diagnosable substance abuse or dependence problems,” President Obama has declared October 2011 to be National Substance Abuse Prevention Month. However, while drug abuse and drug-related crimes have unquestionably taken a toll on American families and communities, the government’s own War on Drugs has left indelible scars on the population.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – An international organization representing the wireless communications industry announced new commitments by providers that represent more than 97 percent of wireless consumers in the U.S. to send free alerts to help consumers avoid unexpected overage charges.