CLARK — Suzanne Nagourney, a science teacher at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark, recently attended a rain garden training program at Trailside Nature and Science Center in Mountainside.
RAHWAY — Third and fourth grade gifted and talented students from Rahway Public Schools participated in the district’s yearly “Battle of the Books.”
LINDEN – Registration is underway for Linden Recreation’s Fall Youth Soccer League.
Teen pregnancy impacts hundreds of thousands of families in the US each year. The good news: teen births have fallen to an all-time low. The bad news: more than 2,000 teens still get pregnant each day.
NEW BRUNSWICK – A New Brunswick woman was placed on probation today for five years for helping an Edison man abandon his 20-month-old daughter at a gas station restroom, and then trying to protect him from police before they charged him with murdering the toddler’s mother according to Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan.
TRENTON – The Assembly unanimously approved a bill that would move New Jersey’s February presidential primary election back to June, to be held with the regular partisan primary elections.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood today announced $2 billion in high-speed rail awards to speed up trains in the Northeast Corridor, expand service in the Midwest and provide new, state-of-the-art locomotives and rail cars as part of a plan to transform travel in America.
An emotionally disturbed man walked halfway through a PATH tunnel from the World Trade Center to Exchange Place before a work crew spotted him and called police — an incident that has raised major security concerns in what is supposed to be a time of heightened alert, Jerry DeMarco writes in an exclusive report for the Cliffview Pilot.
ELIZABETH – Police have arrested a man accused of beating another man to death outside an Elizabeth restaurant early Saturday morning, Union County Prosecutor Theodore Romankow announced.