For many of us, springtime means starting seeds and preparing to plant. But if you don’t have the space, time or knowledge for farming and gardening, check out community supported agriculture (CSA). CSA farms allow non-gardeners to enjoy bountiful fresh vegetables – and support farming in this state we’re in.
CLARK — Clark Unico recently held a presentation – “In the shadow of the mountain”, an hour-long slideshow that on the construction of Mt. Rushmore and how Italian immigrant Luigi Del Bianco was a key player in its production.
WATCHUNG—Clark resident Annette Favetta (left) and Catherine Birri, students at Mount Saint Mary Academy, Watchung, rehearse for the April 12 Evening of Roses production of the children’s opera Brundibar. The Evening of Roses is the annual fundraising benefit for Seton…
MOUNTAINSIDE — On April 14, Children’s Specialized Hospital’s auxiliary and twigs volunteer groups will honor two of the hospital’s most prominent physicians, Dr. Uday Mehta and Dr. Martin Diamond, with its Morning Star Award. In addition to superior medical care, these doctors offer their patients and parents compassion and hope on a daily basis. Both doctors celebrate 30 years at Children’s Specialized Hospital this year.
RAHWAY – St. John Orthodox Church, located at 211 West Grand Avenue in Rahway, is sponsoring a bust trip to Resorts Atlantic City on Tuesday, April 26.
UNION COUNTY — Questions have surfaced regarding Assemblywoman Annette Quijano’s connections to a former Hudson County freeholder who was convicted as part of a bribery scheme that defrauded taxpayers of more than $2 million in no-bid contracts.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — Rev. Patrick Kuffner of Our Lady of Mt. Virgin, Middlesex, will be the celebrant at the monthly Remembrance Mass in honor of all the faithful departed on Saturday, April 2, at 9 a.m. on the grounds of Resurrection Burial Park, Hoes Lane, Piscataway.
RAHWAY — Lisa McCormick, the Democrats for Change candidate for state Senate from Rahway, says America should make corporate tax dodgers pay their fair share to take part of the burden off middle class working people.
CLARK – Jason Condit is a seven-year-old boy who was diagnosed with stage four cancer in three parts of his body. For the past six months, Jason has spent much of his life in the hospital and on chemotherapy.