GREENVILLE, SC — Brody Colvin’s night went downhill in a hurry Wednesday, as the BlueClaws fell behind early and lost 8-7.
ELIZABETH – Students at Benedictine Academy recently took part in Poetry Jam 2010. took place in April at Benedictine Academy.
RAHWAY — Fourth graders at Madison Elementary School in Rahway observe the growth of hydroponic bush beans as part of the science unit “Structures of Life.” The students studied the properties of seeds and plants in the lesson.
CLARK—UNICO National District Ten recently honored all of their recipients of the Brian Piccolo Sports Award at a dinner held at Snuffy’s in Scotch Plains on April 30.
EDISON — The Upsilon Gamma Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honor society for two-year colleges, recently inducted 91 new members at Middlesex County College.
CLARK—Clark Recreation is currently holding field hockey clinics on Sunday mornings taught by the ALJ High School varsity players.
Jennifer O’Neill of Metuchen High School was presented a 2010 Caring Award by the Middlesex County Guidance Council.
New Jerseyans have heard a lot of talk in recent weeks about “shared sacrifice” as we confront our state budget problems, and it’s a nice sounding theme that paints a picture of everybody chipping in equally to carry the burden.
Should an inexperienced person be appointed to the Supreme Court? Its not just because she never served as a judge, this is not required by the Constitution.
Governor Christie proposed a package of bills that are labeled as a “tool kit” to help local governments, but the actual impact of many of them will be that of a jackhammer, destroying the delivery of essential services and workers’ rights.
ELIZABETH — A 22-year veteran of the Plainfield Police Department was convicted on a single count of 2nd Degree Insurance Fraud yesterday, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow announced.
MIDDLSEX COUNTY – Perth Amboy will have three new City Council members. Voters elected board of education president Ken Gonzalez, former volunteer fire chief William Petrick and former school board member Joel Pabon from a field of eight in yesterday’s non-partisan municipal elections.
PLAINSBORO — A Boy Scout troop administrator and retired Edison school teacher has been arrested on charges of viewing and possessing child pornography, authorities said yesterday.