CLARK — Through June 14, East Coast Conditioning leads the Clark Men’s Softball League with an 11-1 record.
RAHWAY — The fifth grade students at Roosevelt School in Rahway recently enjoyed an end of the year picnic at Hart Street Park.
SUMMIT — Sales associates of Lois Schneider, REALTOR in Summit recently held a silent auction and raised $3,000 for the REALTOR® Community Care Fund (RCCF).
NEWARK — Lloyd Turner and Jason Perry combined for eight hits and seven RBI to lead the Lancaster Barnstormers to a 13-3 victory over the Newark Bears Monday afternoon at Bears & Eagles Riverfront Stadium.
LAKEWOOD – The cardiac Claws pulled off another late inning comeback Monday night at FirstEnergy Park, hitting two home runs in the 9th for a walk off 5-3 win over the Lexington Legends.
With the swimming beaches of four Gulf states – Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi and Florida – fouled for the foreseeable future by the BP oil spill, many American families are likely to be re-evaluating their summer vacation plans.
Each spring, many of us have a case of cabin fever from a long “winter of discontent. “ After being cooped up indoors for months, it’s time to get outside!
NEW BRUNSWICK — New Brunswick Elks Lodge 324 celebrated its Flag Day Ritual on Monday, June 14, at the lodge located at 40 Livingston Avenue with several members in attendance as well as Cub Scout Pack 19.
STATE – An appellate court ruled that Gov. Chris Christie’s decision to withhold state aid to school districts, forcing them to utilize budget surpluses, is constitutional.
LINDEN – ROTC Cadets at Linden High School marked the occasion of Flag Day.
TRENTON – Legislation intended to spark economic development by increasing the number and types of businesses eligible to benefit from tax exempt purchases in Urban Enterprise Zones was released Thursday by an Assembly panel.
PERTH AMBOY – State officials approved the city’s request to move from a fiscal year to a calendar year municipal budget cycle, a move intended to give local leaders more time to address a $5.2 million budget gap.
MOUNTAINSIDE — For the past six weeks, children with developmental disabilities had the opportunity to learn about horticulture at Union County’s Trailside Nature and Science Center.