EDISON — Matthew Faust of Westfield, a Kindergarten student at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School, gets ready to use the glue as fifth-grader Victor Vollbrechthausen of Westfield continues his project. Throughout this school year the fifth graders and Kindergartners have worked together once each month or so on various hands on and collaborative activities.
ORANGE – Last month, Rahway High School student Khari Hughes took first place in the contemporary vocal category of the Mighty Mighty Eta Pi Chapter of the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc.’s annual Talent Hunt competition at the Orange Preparatory Academy Auditorium in Orange.
CLARK — Under the direction of Arthur L. Johnson High School music teacher Rachel Bollaro, members of the high school music department visited the Clark Preschool on Thursday, March 31.
CRANFORD – The Cerebral Palsy League recently held a “Caring for the Caregiver Day” at its Cranford facility to cater to and pamper those who care for others every day.
Regarding your headline article from April 1, 2011, “Quijano’s Connections Questioned,” nowhere in the article does it actually say what those questions are. It also fails to report who is asking these questions.
TRENTON – Saturday’s Powerball jackpot is worth $187 million, or $96.4 million if the winner opts for a lump sum cash payout.
TRENTON — The New Jersey Department of Transportation announced Friday that a section of Gatzmer Avenue in Jamesburg will be closed to traffic for one week in order to rehabilitate the Conrail railroad grade crossing.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. economy added 216,000 jobs in March, while the unemployment rate was little changed at 8.8 percent, the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reported today.
ELIZABETH – Elizabeth Public Schools Superintendent Pablo Muñoz delivered a proposed school budget that does not include a tax increase at a special Board of Education meeting at the John E. Dwyer Technology Academy’s Auditorium in Elizabeth this week.