CARTERET – September is library card sign-up month in Carteret. Borough residents proof of residency to the Carteret Public Library at 100 Cooke Avenue to receive a free Carteret library card.
RAHWAY — When Rahway High School students arrive earlier this month, they found many changes in academics, personnel, and facilities. First, construction is going on all over the building and grounds.
MOUNTAINSIDE — Starting this October, Children’s Specialized Hospital is hosting a parenting workshop series titled, “Managing Your Child’s Challenging Behavior” in Mountainside. Sessions will be held on Thursdays from 6:45 to 8:15 p.m. in the auditorium at Children’s Specialized Hospital, 150 New Providence Road, Mountainside.
CLARK — The Skulski Art Gallery of the Polish Cultural Foundation will present an exhibit of photographic works by renowned photographer Nancy Ori from Sept. 16 until Oct. 7. There will be an opening reception for “Widelux Panoramas” tonight from 8 – 10 p.m., to allow the public to meet the artist and view her work.
As technology grows more sophisticated and the American government and its corporate allies further refine their methods of keeping tabs on citizens, those of us who treasure privacy increasingly find ourselves engaged in a struggle to maintain our freedoms in the midst of the modern surveillance state.
PERTH AMBOY – If you’ve ever watched “Ghost Hunters” on the SyFy Channel, you have seen Bruce Tango take on entities that have defied explanation. You even may have seen the episode featuring Perth Amboy’s Proprietary House Museum.
SCOTCH PLAINS — The students, faculty, and staff of Union Catholic High School joined together to honor victims of the terrible tragedy that took place on Sept. 11, 2001.
STATE – Disaster recovery officials urge recipients of federal grants to use the money wisely, and keep receipts and other documentation for at least three years as proof the funds were spent as intended.
If New Jersey is the Garden State, our garden is watered by plentiful rivers, springs, streams and creeks flowing from corner to corner. Many waterways are out of sight and out of mind until they overflow their banks, as they did during Hurricane Irene and subsequent storms.