MENDHAM – It’s about making a statement and showing support to the 28,000 New Jersey children and families living with Tourette Syndrome (TS) – a neurological disorder. Teams are forming from across the state to take part in the second annual New Jersey Walks for TS event in Mendham on Saturday, Nov. 19 at Borough Park in Mendham.
CLARK – Out of 11 competing area grammar schools, St. John the Apostle’s eighth graders won third place and took home eight awards in the 40th annual Scholastic Olympics hosted by Roselle Catholic High School.
RAHWAY — On Friday, Oct. 21, students from the Rahway High School Advanced Art classes spent the day in downtown Rahway painting decorations on the windows of several businesses and community landmarks.
CRANFORD – The Cranford Chamber of Commerce is seeking sponsors to help fund holiday events that have become township traditions.
TRENTON– New Jersey Department of Community Affairs (DCA) Commissioner Lori Grifa and New Jersey Department of Agriculture Secretary Douglas H. Fisher announced a collaborative commitment this week that provides the five major food banks with ‘Jersey Fresh’ fruits and vegetables for the families and organizations they assist.
RAHWAY — The Parish Community of Divine Mercy Church in Rahway held a Rosary Rally on Saturday, Oct. 15 in front of St. Mary’s RC Church on Central Avenue.
CLARK — Students in Mrs. Reagan’s second grade class at Valley Road School in Clark are learning about dinosaurs in Science Class. Each student picked a dinosaur to research, created a diorama, and presented what they learned to the class.
CLARK — Ericka Barrett, a teacher at the Clark Preschool Annex, was one of only 25 teachers statewide selected to present at the Curriculum Fair of the New Jersey School Boards Workshop in Atlantic City this past week. Each year the workshop seeks to highlight what they believe to be the most innovative curricular programming ideas in the state.
STATE – New Jersey residents support the “Occupy Wall Street” protests by a 3-to-2 margin, according to a new Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind™ poll.