RAHWAY — Sixth graders at Rahway Middle School recently read African-American biographies. After reading their selection, the students constructed a biographical timeline highlighting the major events in that person’s life including the impact he or she had on our society. …
LINDEN — Checkers the Penguin from Jenkinson’s Aquarium on Point Pleasant Beach Boardwalk thrilled the audience on March 21 at the Linden Free Public Library. The response was so tremendous that Checkers did three performances for children and adults alike.
CLARK – St. Agnes School in Clark recently welcomed two members of the Rutgers football team. The players, Justin Francis and Mason Robinson, read “Hello Scarlet Knight” to students in kindergarten through fourth grade.
UNION — The YM-YWHA of Union County will offer spring yoga classes beginning the week of April 11.
RAHWAY — On March 28, second grader Brooke Coelho was recognized as the Principal of the Day at Franklin Elementary School in Rahway. She spent time in the principal’s office sending e-mails and receiving messages from staff.
RAHWAY – The Diabetes Self-Management Program at Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway was again awarded certification by The American Diabetes Association, the nation’s leader in diabetes education, research and advocacy.
By Doug Pibel So far, agriculture has kept up with population — there’s enough food in the world to feed everyone. But not everyone’s getting fed — at least a billion people live with hunger, according to the U.N. World…
HIGHLAND PARK — A karate school teacher has been charged with sexually assaulting two 15-year-old girls, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Highland Park Police Chief Stephen J. Rizco announced today.
NEWARK –The U.S. Attorney’s Office has begun a review of a number of hotels and casinos in Atlantic City to determine whether they are being operated in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, New Jersey U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced today.