CLARK — Through June 20, East Coast Conditioning leads the Clark Men’s Softball League with a 13-1 record.
RAHWAY — Rahway Middle School’s Road to Success Team recently held their second annual Celebrity Scoops at Rita’s Italian Ice event.
LAKEWOOD – The Lakewood BlueClaws clinched their second straight first half title Sunday afternoon, beating Kannapolis 6-3.
WILKES-BARRE, Pa. — Robert Lenahan of Elizabeth was named to the spring semester Dean’s List at Wilkes University, Provost Reynold Verret announced.
LINDEN — Students at Linden’s School No. 1 recently learned about interactive poetry. The students went to a park and looked at nature, particularly trees. The outdoors influenced the meaning and experience of their poems.
BRIDGEWATER – The Somerset Patriots defeated the Newark Bears 9-0 for the series sweep on Father’s Day Sunday in Bridgewater.
CLARK — The Saint John the Apostle School Choir received a Superior Rating at a “Music in the Parks” adjudication for the second year in a row.
ELIZABETH – The power of the public-private partnership was on full display recently as partners within the Community Access Unlimited (CAU) Community Network rallied to support two members of the agency, investing in both their future and that of the community.
The explosion of BP’s “Deepwater Horizon” drilling platform in the Gulf of Mexico has been disastrous for the environment, but as the oil continues to pour out, it is striking a deeper chord. Even hundreds of miles from the oil slick (for now), we are reminded of the vulnerability of New Jersey’s beaches and of those individuals who have dedicated their lives to preserving the majesty of the oceans.
ELIZABETH — Two members of the Crips street gang were found guilty on Thursday afternoon on 16 counts of first degree armed robbery and 16 counts of weapons offenses stemming from an hour-long crime spree that victimized nearly a dozen people throughout Elizabeth, according to Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow.
TRENTON – A top city official in Perth Amboy under former Mayor Joseph Vas was sentenced to jail today and a second man who led Vas’ 2006 congressional campaign was sentenced to probation in connection with charges filed by the Division of Criminal Justice.
NEWARK—According to a study in the April 2010 issue of Pediatrics, children and adolescents spend more time with media than they do in any other activity except for sleeping.
RAHWAY – When the current school year ends, it will mark the end of Superintendent Frank Buglione’s 38-year career in the Rahway public school system.