LAWTON, Okla.—Army National Guard Pfc. Carlos A. Colon, a 2007 graduate of Abraham Clark High School in Roselle, has graduated from Basic Combat Training at Fort Sill, Lawton, Okla., as an honor graduate and received a letter of commendation. The…
CLARK—During the week of Feb. 22-26, Saint John the Apostle held its first annual Jump Rope and Hoops for Heart fundraiser for the American Heart Association. The event was held to help raise money for those who have been affected by heart disease and stroke.
SOUTH AMBOY—Reader Elizabeth Szylagi remembers Balogh’s shoemaker shop was on Broadway in the 1940s.
RAHWAY—Third grade students at Franklin School in Rahway received free seedlings from the New Jersey Forest Service.
ELIZABETH—Elizabeth Public Schools’ Dr. Albert Einstein Academy School No. 29 is among 24 other schools from around the United States to be designated as a NASA Explorer School.
RAHWAY—The Rahway Rens 11u swept through pool play going 3-0 and in an intense championship game beat Team CMEK out of Bergen County 59-56 to win the Morris Magic Madness Tournament.
RAHWAY – Last month, the Paper Mill Rising Star Award-winning Rahway High School Musical Theater department performed “The Music Man.”
UNION – Senior Anthony Bertucci had three goals and two assists to lead the Kean University men’s lacrosse team to a 14-6 win over Farmingdale State College in Skyline Conference action on Wednesday evening.
The first Earth Day was held on April 22, 1970, 40 years ago. We’ve come a long way since then. But even in this state we’re in, where many conservation supporters work hard to protect our environment, we have a long way to go.
Nuclear power has never lived up to the promises of its backers. Their latest claim – that nuclear energy represents an easy answer to global warming – has as much validity as that old industry chestnut of producing energy “too cheap to meter.” Let’s not be duped again.
For the past 40 years, Earth Day celebrations, big and small, have taken place in Rahway, New Jersey.
There is talk about “merit pay” for teachers, as if this was something other than a fraud. Those who work earn pay as compensation.
STATE – For the first time since 1976, New Jersey voters rejected more than half of the budgets on the ballot in yesterday’s school election.