RAHWAY — Seventh grade students at the Rahway Middle School began the school year by completing an “I Am…” poem.
EDISON — From July 27 to August 8, Lian Cancryn of Plainfield, a junior at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison, attended the National Student Leadership Conference on Journalism and Mass Communications at the University of California at Berkeley.
EDISON – Kush Mody, a sophomore at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison, was the only high school student among pre-medical students to complete the Introduction to Clinical Medicine Program for Pre-Medical Students at St. Michael’s Medical Center in Newark.
October is World Animal Month! It’s a chance to celebrate animal life in all of its forms, and the intricate, symbiotic bonds between humanity and the animal kingdom. And what better way to celebrate than making animal-friendly lifestyle changes?
We at the Internal Revenue Service are concerned because as many as 10,000 small community-based nonprofits in New Jersey are in jeopardy of losing their tax-exempt status. The loss of this status could greatly impact the organizations’ charitable work and their donors’ potential tax deductions.
“While al-Qaeda continues to threaten America directly, it also inspires its affiliates and other groups and individuals who share its violent ideology…. Homegrown terrorists represent a new and changing facet of the terrorist threat.
NEW BRUNSWICK – A city resident has been charged with fatally stabbing a 14-year-old male last weekend, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and New Brunswick Police Director Peter Mangarella announced today.
TRENTON – An effort led by Assembly Democrats to overturn Gov. Chris Christie’s veto of a bill that would create a new homebuyer tax credit program failed this afternoon.
STATE – Senate President Stephen M. Sweeney said that Assemblyman Joseph Cryan’s proposal to exempt public safety worker costs from the two-percent cap on municipal tax hikes is “dead on arrival in the Senate.”