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TRENTON – Legislation to make ignition interlocks mandatory for all drunk driving offenses in New Jersey was signed into law Thursday by acting Gov. Stephen M. Sweeney.
STATE – Nearly 100% of motorists (98%) consider drunk driving a top safety issue on New Jersey roads, results from a 1,000-motorist survey commissioned by the AAA Clubs of New Jersey show.
TRENTON – A six-bill package to simplify many of New Jersey’s corporate governance statutes is now law. Two of the bills were signed Monday. Four others had been previously signed.
WOODBRIDGE – Mayor John McCormac will deliver his annual state of the township address to the Woodbridge Chamber of Commerce and members of the business community next week.
CLARK—Six seniors at Mother Seton Regional High School have been designated as Edward J. Bloustein Distinguished Scholars for the 2010-11 collegiate academic year, Sister Regina Martin, principal announced.
CLARK—The Arthur L. Johnson High School DECA Team had twelve of their students qualify for the DECA State Conference in February by competing in the regional conference earlier this month at Middlesex County College.
RAHWAY—Third grade students at Franklin School in Rahway recently held a talent show after reading the story “The Talent Show” by Susan Wojciechowski.
WOODBRIDGE – The All Seasons Chamber Players will return to perform at the Barron Arts Center located at 582 Rahway Avenue in Woodbridge, on Friday, Jan. 29, at 8 p.m.
RAHWAY—St. Thomas the Apostle Byzantine Catholic Church will host a one-day Slavonic Festival on Saturday, Feb. 6, from noon to 11 p.m.
CLARK—The American Cancer Society invites residents of Clark and surrounding communities to learn about Relay For Life, an overnight community celebration where individuals and teams camp-out and barbecue, while taking turns walking or running around a track “relay” style.
Frank Capra directed “It Happened One Night”—the archetype for filmmaker Anand Tucker’s “Leap Year”—in 1934. A smash hit starring Claudette Colbert and Clark Gable, it has since worked its way into our romantic comedy vocabulary. Hardly a decade goes by without several so-so permutations. Consider this one 2010’s failed contribution.
RAHWAY—Roosevelt School’s Pre-K students proudly display their poster supporting the principle of acceptable hallway behavior.