VILLANOVA, Pa. – Five Clark residents received undergraduate degrees from Villanova University at the 2011 Commencement Ceremony on May 15.
ELIZABETH – For almost thirty years, Union County College has been supported by the generosity of Victor M. Richel, who has served as the chair of the college’s Board of Trustees since 1996. Mr. Richel and his wife, Andrea, of Berkeley Heights, have funded two scholarships for Union County College students through the Union County College Foundation.
SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — Thais Santos of Elizabeth graduated from Union College during the 217th Commencement on June 12 on Hull Plaza.
I’m an accountant. My college degrees and CPA license are the intellectual properties that enable me to earn a living. Now suppose that I formed a corporation to deliver my services, then took my diplomas and license off my wall and placed them in a safe deposit box in a Luxembourg bank.
ELIZABETH – Two Elizabeth men have been convicted of aggravated assault for beating a motorist while his car was stopped at a city intersection in 2009, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow said.
FLORHAM PARK—Approximately a million fewer Americans will travel during the Independence Day holiday weekend, according to a AAA forecast released this week.
STATE – The New Jersey Education Association says that the pension and benefit reform bill heading for final passage tomorrow would leave retirees facing “crippling” cuts to their pensions.
WOODBRIDGE — On Tuesday, July 27, the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel will play host to RATFEST 2011, the most recent edition of WRAT 95.9 FM’s annual, day-long summertime rock blowout. This year, the concert will feature bands including Disturbed, Godsmack and Megadeth.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – An Army solider who grew up in Clark was killed in Afghanistan, the U.S. Department of Defense announced yesterday.