TRENTON – It’s graduation time across the country. Young people are exuberant and celebrating. But, every year, tragedy involving teens and alcohol peak during the graduation season.
CRANFORD – On Wednesday, May 25, Union County College graduated over 1200 students, the largest class in the college’s history.
June 6 at 10:31 p.m. – In the vicinity of Hillcrest Drive, Officer Brian Soos arrested Rahway resident Antonio Hidalgo, 38, and charged him with DWI. Hidalgo was subsequently released pending a court date.
CLARK — St. John the Apostle School, Clark held eighth grade graduation on Friday, June 10. Sister Donna Marie O’Brien awarded the diplomas to 45 graduates and Reverend Father Robert McBride presented the diplomas to the graduated.
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LINDEN — The Linden Library will offer a crochet instruction program in September.
UNION COUNTY — On June 10, about 20 volunteers from Ernst and Young teamed up with the Come Grow With Us! Union County Community Gardening Program, and constructed 20 raised garden beds at two locations, the 1st Baptist Church on Dill Avenue in Linden, and at the Roselle Day Care Center on 5th Avenue in Roselle.
EDISON — The Wardlaw-Hartridge School’s Class of 2011 gathered with parents, faculty and staff members at the annual senior farewell dinner on Monday, June 6 in the AP Room.
EDISON – Last week, students at the Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison took part in special ceremonies to mark the transition from one grade to the next.