June 20 at 1:13 p.m. – Officers Frank Wietry and John Donofrio investigated a burglary at Baumann Court.
EDISON — Five members of the Class of 2011 who were lifers at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School join Andrew Webster, Head of School, and Aurea Hernandez-Webster at Hill House for dinner on the eve of graduation. This year’s graduating lifers were…
CLARK — Tara Lechner, and her daughter, Cassidy, first grader at Valley Road School in Clark, celebrate Mother’s Day at the first grade classes’ annual Mother’s Day Tea this spring.
RAHWAY — On the evening of June 1st, parents, coaches and senior student-athletes gathered at the Rahway Senior Citizens Center for a celebration of the year’s athletic victories.
RAHWAY — Recently, New Jersey’s Paper Mill Playhouse, as part of its 2011 Rising Star Awards, gave the 2011 Educational Impact Award to Rahway High School.
EDISON — On May 18, three groups of seniors embarked on community service projects. The Wardlaw-Hartridge School Class of 2011 helped at the American Red Cross in Somerville, Habitat for Humanity in Plainfield and Homefirst in Scotch Plains.
SUMMIT – Determined to save lives and end breast cancer forever, the North Jersey Affiliate of Susan G. Komen for the Cure® has awarded three grants totaling $138,059.50 to programs providing breast cancer services in Union County.
As he was announcing his second increase in troops for Afghanistan in December 2009, President Obama promised that by July 2011 those troops would begin coming home. As relayed by Bob Woodward’s book, Obama’s Wars, we know the president was skeptical about the United States’ war effort in Afghanistan.
“Back to the Future” introduced a generation of moviegoers to the art of travelling to the past to change the future. In New Jersey, our environmental protection programs are facing just such a temporal paradox – an unprecedented attempt to roll back to “the bad old days” regardless of the dire consequences for the future.