ROSELLE — Grace Wilday Junior High School in Roselle recently announced the third marking period 6th and 7th Grade Honor Roll.
EDISON — Middlesex County College was transformed into a cornucopia of fine dining as 25 local restaurants offered samples of their best dishes at the second Alumni Association food tasting event April 21.
EDISON—The Wardlaw-Hartridge Varsity Baseball team brought Autism Awareness to the forefront on Friday, April 23, when teammates gave a brief presentation to Upper School students about autism.
RAHWAY—The second grade students at Franklin School in Rahway enjoyed learning about Mexico and their rich culture after reading the story, ‘Anthony Reynoso Born to Rope’.
EDISON—Fourth graders in Ellen Colandrea’s at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison recently rose to a Scholastic Book Clubs’ challenge by reading over 50 books well before May 14. Because of their efforts, Scholastic Book Clubs will donate 250,000 books to children on military bases.
UNION—A new club of future school teachers on the Kean University campus is proof that volunteerism is still a priority in the Education field.
COLUMBIA, S.C.—Army National Guard Pfc. Percy Ley has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.
RAHWAY—Christine Kline, Rose Ball Chairman (center) welcomes John Alexander, Chairman & CEO of Northfield Bank and Dr. Vinod Sinha, President, RWJ Rahway Medical/Dental Staff (both at left) to the Rose Ball Vice Chairman’s Reception.
When we think of forests, majestic trees, precious wildlife, and clean, fresh air might come to mind. We probably don’t think about the water we drink.
When Kermit the Frog sang “it’s not easy being green,” he never could have imagined the dire straits his fellow amphibians are in today.
In the Home News Tribune of April, 11 former Assemblyman Rick Merkt (R-Morris) made a strong argument for the abolition of Council on Affordable Housing (COAH).
As one watching the Roselle Democratic Primary with much interest, notably the 4th Ward race, I find a contradiction. Candidates Moore and Dow eschew catering to special interests (NJToday, 4/30/10). Yet, they cite a preference for youth and seniors.
STATE — The NJEA filed suit against the State of New Jersey Wednesday over recently enacted legislation which will take 1.5 percent of salary from public school employees as a requirement to qualify for health insurance coverage.