EDISON—The Wardlaw-Hartridge Parents’ Association (WHPA) held its popular Scholastic Book Fair for Lower School students in Pre-Kindergarten through fifth grade on Jan. 21 and 22 in the Oakwood Room at the Edison-based co-educational, college-preparatory independent school.
LITTLE FALLS—Radio Spirits’ new release of “The Green Hornet: The Biggest Game,” will let fans of the popular character listen to classic radio adventures that haven’t been heard since their original broadcast in 1939.
SCRANTON, Pa.—Three local students have been named to the Dean’s List for the fall semester at the University of Scranton. A student must have a grade point average of 3.5 or better with a minimum number of credit hours to make the Dean’s List.
RAHWAY—Third grade students at Roosevelt School in Rahway made a dream quilt after discussing Martin Luther King Jr.’s “I Have A Dream” speech.
RAHWAY—Students in Renee Jeringan’s fifth grade class at Franklin School in Rahway used the school’s new Dell laptops to complete a scavenger hunt about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.
RAHWAY—Fifth grade students in Deborah Prakapas’s fifth grade class at Roosevelt School proudly display their book report dioramas.
RAHWAY – Fourth grade art students at Roosevelt School recently designed creatures.
SAN ANTONIO, Texas—Air Force Airman 1st Class Carlos X. Rosado Garcia graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas.
LINDEN – Pre-kindergarten students at Linden School No. 10 are getting ready for Groundhog Day.
PERTH AMBOY—A Perth Amboy man has been charged with killing his wife, according to Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Deputy Chief E. J. McDonald of the Perth Amboy Police Department.
UNION COUNTY—A report by a taxpayer watchdog group says the county payroll has increased by nearly $2 million in just three months and it looks like top county employees got unannounced pay hikes and bonuses.
LINDEN—A lawsuit filed against the city by Dawn E. Kologi, the wife of Linden City Attorney Edward Kologi, has been settled by the City Council for $142,000.
ROSELLE—The county political machine will battle it out this year with independent Democrats in Roselle, where control of the governing body could depend on the outcome of Rev. James Moore’s challenge to Council President Jamel Holley.