CLARK — Arthur L. Johnson High School’s Puppetry Club paid a visit to Valley Road School to teach the students about bullying. With the hand-held puppets serving as the actors, the puppeteers used a variety of role-played skits to illustrate to the audience the many different forms of bullying.
RAHWAY — Students at Franklin Elementary School in Rahway recently visited the school’s pumpkin patch. Students from Pre-Kindergarten to grade 5 were able to visit the school’s courtyard and pick out their own pumpkin.
STATE — As a result of the recent Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation’s Walk to Cure Diabetes events, DHL Express US employees from the Elizabeth and East Windsor facilities raised more than $22,000 for the Mid-Jersey chapter of Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
The day after the 2010 Elections, what some have described as a “political earthquake,” will be no different from the day before.
NEWARK – The U.S. Attorney’s Office has established an Election Day Hotline to receive and respond to reports of election irregularities, voter intimidation or any other activities that would interfere with a citizen’s right to vote on Nov. 2.
SOUTH AMBOY– Democrats running for Mayor and City Council have walked a combined total of 200 miles while knocking on doors and visiting voters in South Amboy.
SOUTH AMBOY – On Tuesday, South Amboy residents will elect three members of the City Council, in a race that is overshadowed by the 4-way mayoral campaign. Democrats City Councilmen Joseph Connors and Donald Applegate and new comer Michael Gross say progress has been excellent, even with hardships imposed by the recession.
SOUTH AMBOY – John Dragotta is struggling to gain recognition as South Amboy residents select the first new mayor in 24 years.
SOUTH AMBOY – City Council President Fred Henry has won a slew of endorsements in his quest for election as mayor.