CLARK — The Clark Board of Education honored Arthur L. Johnson High School Field Hockey Coach of the Year Katrina Anderson at the Board of Education’s “Showcase of Success” on Jan. 11.
MT. VERNON, Ind. — A $1,000 grand prize is being offered in a special poetry contest sponsored by Rainbow Poets, free to everyone. There are 50 prizes in all totaling more than $4,000.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Lori Zamanski, a resident of Linden and a member of the class of 2011, has been named to the Dean’s List at Providence College for the Fall 2010 semester.
SUMMIT — David Mazure has won the Best in Show at the 25th Annual International Juried Show presented at the Visual Arts Center of New Jersey. Mazure’s award-winning piece, “Supersymmetry Exists… Just Not Here,” is a five-part graphite drawing based on mutated anatomical forms.
The Obama Administration has yet to come up with a plan to end the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan which are draining our economy, prevent the continuing mortgage meltdown, get more Americans back to work, or do away with pork-barrel spending and government corruption, to name just a few of the overriding concerns plaguing our nation today.
UTICA, N.Y. – A majority of American voters support repealing the healthcare reform bill passed last year by Congress, but an equal number believe that the Republican effort will fail.
ELIZABETH — A confirmed high-ranking member of the Latin Kings street gang was sentenced today to 50 years in state prison, First Assistant Union County Prosecutor Albert Cernadas, Jr. announced.
TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of Education approved 23 new charter school applications today. This marks the largest number of charter schools approved in an application cycle since the Charter School Program Act was signed into law in 1995.
TRENTON — Data released by the Department of Education today shows the majority of charters in urban areas last year outperformed other public schools in their host districts on required standardized testing. However, many of the charter schools still performed below state average.