UNION COUNTY — Over 100 people came to celebrate the publication of “Connections Student Art and Literary Magazine” created by Literacy Volunteers of Union County. Among the guests, most notable, was Ashleigh Udalovas, Miss New Jersey 2010.
RAHWAY — Recently, the Rahway High School chapter of DECA invited guest speakers to attend several marketing classes at the school. They offered insight and advice on the business world to students and members of the high school’s chapter of DECA.
RAHWAY — Erika N. Salter, CEO of Salter Entertainment Group, an award-winning multimedia production company in New York City, brought career advice to the Rahway High School business students of her college classmate, Leon Bunion.
PITMAN–After enjoying the greatest regular season in school history, five standout members of the New Jersey City University women’s soccer team have reaped the rewards for the team’s success, earning All-New Jersey Athletic Conference accolades.
DOVER, Del. – The Kean University football team closed out the 2010 season, falling to #3 Wesley College, 48-10, in the regular season finale on Saturday afternoon.
RAHWAY — Rahway High School World Culture Teacher Kristine Moore loves to travel and visit museums. In order to share her passion with her students and enrich their learning environment, she has collected artifacts from her travels and displays them in her classroom.
CLARK – Last month, a group of former neighbors who lived in Clark during the 1960s and 1970s got back together for a reunion at the Deutscher Club in Clark.
The much heralded and hotly contested mid-term elections are done. The ballot questions have been decided and the candidates are either grateful because they pulled out a win or gloomy because they didn’t. Either way, it’s time to move on.
STATE – On Saturday, the American Medicine Chest Challenge (AMCC) — a public health initiative to raise awareness about the dangers of prescription drug abuse and a statewide day of disposal of unused, unwanted, and expired medicine — will be held in 100 communities throughout New Jersey, through the coordination of the Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey (PDFNJ) and the Sheriffs’ Association of New Jersey (SANJ).