FREEHOLD — A few years ago when Anthony Greco left the Walter Kerr Theatre after a performance of “Doubt: A Parable,” the play continued to haunt him for weeks on end; he knew then that he would direct the Tony and Pulitzer Prize winning play someday.
ELIZABETH – Bank of America illustrated its commitment to helping build and support the communities it serves with a recent grant of $7,500 to Community Access Unlimited (CAU) for use in the agency’s employment services programs.
CLARK — There is an effort to meet the urgency of the community’s increasing need for blood, and the Deutscher Club of Clark is sponsoring a blood drive in conjunction with The Blood Center of New Jersey on Saturday, Oct. 23 to help meet that need.
ELIZABETH — Marine Corps Pfc. Jair A. Daza, son of Emperateiz Ramos of Elizabeth, recently completed the Basic Electrician’s Course.
STATE — Kenneth J. Bossong, director of the Lawyers’ Fund for Client Protection, has announced that any person who intends to file a claim with the fund involving any of the attorneys listed below must file prior to the deadlines listed.
YORK, Pa. — Kimberly Mogensen of Clark, a freshman secondary education – mathematics major at York College of Pennsylvania, received an academic scholarship from the college.
RAHWAY — Madison School Principal Fran Gavin welcomed Rahway parents to Back-to-School Night.
MILLBURN — Cameron Mackintosh announced the casting of his new 25th anniversary production of Les Misérables making its United States premiere at Paper Mill Playhouse prior to a major U.S. National Tour. The all-new production of Les Misérables features glorious new staging and spectacular reimagined scenery inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo.
MOUNTAINSIDE— The New Jersey chapter of the American Federation of Teachers endorsed Ed Potosnak, Democratic Candidate for New Jersey’s 7th Congressional District, at an event with AFT members and retirees.