ELIZABETH –Recently, the Washington Post announced the listing of the top high schools in the nation. According to the Post, Elizabeth High School is ranked No. 2 in New Jersey (trailing only Dr. Ronald E. McNair Academic High School in Jersey City) and No. 176 in the nation.
May 24 at 4:20 p.m. – Officers James Guinta and Richard Pannone investigated a burglary at Main Street.
May 23 at 7:17 p.m. – In the vicinity of Alan Court, Officer George Marmarou arrested Woodbridge resident Scott Stetson, 43, on outstanding warrants totaling from Rahway, Westfield and Linden for contempt of court. He was subsequently turned over to the Rahway Police Department.
WARREN – Rep. Barney Frank is coming to New Jersey to help Ed Potosnak raise funds for his 2012 Congressional campaign.
HIGHLAND PARK – Over 100 seniors and health care advocates packed the Highland Park Senior Center for a rally in support of Medicare and against Republican efforts to privatize it on Wednesday
NEWARK – Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) will hold three more public information sessions regarding an infrastructure upgrade project.
RAHWAY –Worshipful Master Lawrence Bodine of The Lafayette Lodge #27 of the Free and Accepted Masons of Rahway recently presented a video presentation monitor for the Rahway Police Department Community Assistance Center to Chief John M. Rodger of The Rahway Police Department.
PERTH AMBOY — At the invitation of Mayor Wilda Diaz, Professor Robert Montemayor will make a presentation on Hispanic demographics in the State of New Jersey to local business owners and community leaders tonight.
Dear EarthTalk: How are wild dolphins faring on the high seas? Recent reports of dolphin deaths in the Gulf of Mexico may well be due to last year’s BP oil spill, but I imagine there are many threats to dolphins from pollution, human overfishing and other causes.