SAYREVILLE—The Middlesex County Public Health Department is reporting that a raccoon tested positive for rabies in Sayreville, in the vicinity of Chevalier Avenue and Oak Street.
EDISON—Kindergarteners at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison marked the Hindu festival of Diwali on Monday, Oct. 19.
EDISON—Students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison celebrated Spirit Week with several themes such as “Identical Day,” “Beach Day” and “Blast from the Past.” Wednesday, October 21, was especially meaningful as Upper School students expressed their support for breast cancer awareness during “Pink Day.”
EDISON—The Township of Edison has gained the environmentally-conscious Tree City USA® status.
PERTH AMBOY — When a crisis affects the community, the Cathedral International Church answers the call with a solution. In response to the nearly double-digit unemployment rate in New Jersey and one of the nation’s hardest economic downturns since the Great Depression, Cathedral International in Perth Amboy will host a career fair for its members and the surrounding communities.
CLARK – Performers from The Surflight Theatre in Beach Haven performed a play entitled “Maggie McGee and the Good Character Bandwagon” for the students of F.K. Hehnly Elementary School in Clark.
SCOTCH PLAINS – The Union Catholic Performing Arts Company will perform their fall play “Noises Off,” on Nov. 5, 6 and 7 at 7 p.m.
NEWARK— It’s easy to be scared about Halloween, especially if you’re a parent trying to supervise your child’s safety. The key concerns about safety, however, particularly in regard to candy poisonings, are no different in October than during the rest of the year, according to NJPIES, the New Jersey Poison & Education System.
EDISON—Andres Lara, a motivational speaker, will talk at Middlesex County College Monday, Nov. 2 at 11 a.m. in the College Center, Cafeteria C. The event is free and open to the public.
ELIZABETH—Elizabeth Public Schools held a Perfect Score Rally on Wednesday, Oct. 21, to celebrate the excellent achievement of 276 students in grades three through eight who scored perfect scores of 300 on the New Jersey Assessment of Skills and Knowledge.
SCOTCH PLAINS – Is the warm up worth it? How about the cool down? More reps or fewer?
RAHWAY—The fourth graders from Madison Elementary School in Rahway went on a walking tour to the Merchants and Drovers Tavern Museum on Oct. 20.
MORRISTOWN – Old books with pages torn or ripped out entirely, held together with wire and thread … these are the materials Jersey City artist Aileen Bassis used to create the sculptures symbolizing the lost lives of the Holocaust in her upcoming art exhibit on display from November 2 to 15, 2009, in the Upper Lobby, Annunciation Center, at the College of Saint Elizabeth, 2 Convent Road, Morristown, New Jersey.