STATE – The Stuttering Foundation has many resources for teachers so they can help a student who stutters. Teachers who take the time to learn how to react to stuttering can be an asset to that student’s having a good learning experience in the classroom and being a participant in the class.
RAHWAY — The Rahway High School Marching Band finished in fourth place at the United States Scholastic Band Association competition held on Saturday, Oct. 2 at the new Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford.
LINDEN — The Kiwanis Club of Linden held a special dinner at III Amici Ristorante on October 1st, to install new club officers for 2010-2011, and to honor two members for their dedicated service to the club and the community.
RAHWAY — The students in Dawn Vollero’s first grade class at Grover Cleveland Elementary School in Rahway recently explored the different math manipulatives in math centers.
WOODBRIDGE – Councilman Greg Bedard, who represented the Avenel and Port Reading sections of the township, resigned his seat last Wednesday. The Democrat cited family and work as the reasons for the move.
NEW BRUNSWICK – The Middlesex County Public Health Department is reporting that a raccoon tested positive for rabies in New Brunswick, in the vicinity of College Farm Road and Poultry Lane on Rutgers University.
CLARK – Fourth and fifth grade students at Hehnly Elementary School enjoyed a visit from The Raptor Trust, one of the premier wild bird rehabilitation centers in the United States.
NEW BRUNSWICK- Lustigdancetheatre, in collaboration with Middlesex County College, will present the debut performance of Luna Mexicana on October 22nd in the Performing Arts Center.
STATE–The Department of Health and Senior Services released its draft rules last week, pending publication in the New Jersey Register outlining the registration and application process for patients, primary caregivers, physicians, cultivators and dispensaries to participate in New Jersey’s Medicinal Marijuana Program.