LINDEN – Linden recreation will offer a variety of fitness classes for youth, adults and seniors beginning in January. For more information about any of the classes, call 1-908-474-8627.
NEW BRUNSWICK — The Hub-Kings, an instrumental “Soul-Jazz” trio, will conclude their run at New Brunswick’s legendary Court Tavern, Wednesday, Dec. 8, from 7- 9:30 p.m. with a holiday party.
CLARK – Five students at Frank K. Hehnly Elementary School were the first recipients of the “I Got Caught Making a Difference” awards. The students were nominated by various teachers or administrators in the school for their extraordinary efforts in Hehnly.
EDISON — Tod Wilson, the owner of Mr. Tod’s Pie Factory, conducted a pie-making demonstration Dec. 2 at a Food Preparation class at Middlesex County College.
NEW YORK , N.Y. – Three local students have declared majors at Pace University in New York this fall:
UNION COUNTY – Last week, Rick Proctor resigned his seat on the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders.
CLARK — Students at Frank K. Hehnly Elementary School in Clark recently collected 124 pairs of eyeglasses and four boxes of contact lenses to donate to the Westfield Lions Club for recycling and distribution in developing countries.
Don’t know about you, but I haven’t thought much about green gifts for the holidays simply because there’s not much green to begin with… as in cash.
In stark contrast to the natural beauty of New Jersey’s Highlands region is the needless tension between the conservation of its critical water supply and natural resources, and plans for local economic development. Recent successes of municipalities that have chosen to conform to the Highlands Regional Master Plan prove this to be a false paradox indeed!