Photo: First Grade Writer

RAHWAY — Kids love talking about themselves—their likes, their dislikes, and details about everything in between. Angelo Manzanares, a first grader in Mrs. Curcio’s class at Roosevelt School in Rahway, wrote a mini-book about his favorite subject…himself !

Put The “Garden” Back In The Garden State

`Food deserts’ are a major issue for an estimated 340,000 New Jersey residents who live in areas where fresh produce and other healthy food choices are not easily available. Area residents are left to fast-food and convenience products loaded with fat, sodium and little nutritional value, which can lead to serious health issues including obesity.

NJSIAA Official Says High School Athlete Drug Tests Are Protecting Students

ROBBINSVILLE – While the Olympics, professional baseball, and other high-profile sporting institutions struggle against the specter of performance-enhancing drugs, New Jersey’s high school student athletes are enjoying ongoing protection against steroid abuse thanks to a first-of-its-kind testing initiative. And now, the sponsor organization is looking ahead to even greater success in the future.