RAHWAY — Students from Rahway’s fourth grade Gifted and Talented program participated in the Union County Mental Marathon. The Mental Marathon is a problem-solving convocation.
LINDEN — Linden Public Schools teachers Danie Orelien-Armstead and Kevin LaMastra are winners of the the 2010 Advocacy Award, presented by the NJ Teachers of English to Speakers of Other Language/NJ Bilingual Educators.
CLARK — Sister Regina Martin, principal of Mother Seton Regional High School in Clark, has received official notification of Middle States Accreditation. The announcement came with several accolades for the Mother Seton community.
CLARK — Children from the Clark Preschool enjoy a dental health assembly presented by Melissa from the Westfield Pediatric Dental Group. The children watched a video, learned good dental hygiene techniques, and received a goody bag filled with products to help keep their teeth healthy.
If New Jersey, the most crowded state in the country, doesn’t pay attention to open space and clean air and water, “we can forget about creating any more jobs.”
It is uncertain if Mafia members are patriotic, but there is strong evidence to suggest that they like Assemblyman Joe Cryan.
As Superintendent of the K-12 Clark Public School District, I wish to thank the numerous members of the New Jersey State Legislature who took valuable time from their personal and professional time to visit our school district in support of an Anti-Bullying initiative and program at Arthur L. Johnson High School.
The history of the FBI is the history of how America—once a nation that abided by the rule of law and held the government accountable for its actions—has steadily devolved into a police state where laws are unidirectional, intended as a tool for government to control the people and rarely the other way around.
NEWARK – A supervisory transportation security officer employed by the Transportation Security Administration at Newark Liberty International Airport admitted to accepting bribes and kickbacks from a coworker who stole money regularly from passengers during security screenings, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.