STATE – The Amateur Baseball Association of NJ, the state’s premier adult men’s recreation baseball league, is currently recruiting teams and individual players.
NORTH BRUNSWICK—Tickets are on sale for performances of “Fiddler On The Roof,” North Brunswick’s 40th Anniversary Musical sponsored by the township Department of Parks, Recreation and Community Services.
CLARK—Christina Guercio of Clark, a senior at Arthur L. Johnson High School, has received a scholarship to attend Berkeley College.
EDISON—Jane Crysostom of Homesteading 101 visited both second grade classes at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison on March 2 to demonstrate breadmaking. She showed the students different types of seeds, such as oats, wheat and corn.
GREAT LAKES, Ill.—Navy Seaman Recruit Katherine M. Bennett, niece of Tracey D. Bennett of Elizabeth, N. J., recently completed U.S. Navy basic training at Recruit Training Command, Great Lakes, Ill.
RAHWAY—On March 2, the teachers at Roosevelt School in Rahway wanted to get the word out about the importance of children’s literacy.
CARTERET—Students at St. Joseph School in Carteret celebrated Read Across America Day and the birthday of Dr. Seuss on March 2.
RAHWAY—Students at Franklin School in Rahway recently held their annual Third Grade Black History Month PowerPoint Museum. Parents and faculty were invited to attend a virtual electronic museum hosted in the school’s computer lab.
LINDEN – Linden Public Schools celebrated national Read Across America day on March 2 with a variety of activities intended to promote lifelong reading habits.
RAHWAY—Students in Renee Jernigan’s class at Franklin Elementary School in Rahway are thinking like engineers.
HOW DOES YOUR GARDEN GROW?…On Tuesday, March 2, kindergarteners at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison marked 100 days of school by applying their mathematical and creative skills to poster projects.
ELIZABETH—A Union County Grand Jury indicted an Elizabeth man last month on charges that he attempted to hire someone to kill another man, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow announced today.
TRENTON – New Jersey shouldn’t expect much help from the federal government to bail out the state’s insolvent unemployment insurance fund, according to U.S. Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ).