RAHWAY—Mrs. Ross’ class at Madison Elementary School in Rahway organized an annual school wide mock election recently.
HILLSIDE – Facing an unprecedented rise in demand, New Jersey Feeding America food banks are once again asking the public to help Check-Out Hunger.
CLARK—Bingo continues to attract droves of players each Wednesday to Temple Beth O’r/Beth Torah, 111 Valley Road in Clark. Beginning at 7 p.m. players have the opportunity of winning a portion of the weekly payout of $1,000 per night.
CLARK – The Clark Crusaders defeated the Hillside Comets at the Unico Bowl on Friday, Oct. 23 at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark.
STATE – On Nov. 1, the International Association of Fire Chiefs reminds families to change the batteries in their smoke alarms when they change their clocks back to Standard Time.
New Jersey continues to maintain open lines of communication with the public to ensure they have access to the most recent information on H1N1 influenza. There are a number of tools that New Jerseyans can use to stay informed, and simple everyday actions we can take to stay healthy.
RAHWAY—The Visiting Nurses Association of Central Jersey will be providing flu and pneumonia shots from 1–3 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 13, at the YMCA of Eastern Union County, Rahway Branch.
CLARK – A township resident responded to a call for help this week by making his 100th lifetime blood donation.
EDISON—The Edison Wetlands Association honored Assemblymen Peter J. Barnes III and Patrick J. Diegnan Jr. at their annual Fall Fest held on Sunday, Oct. 25, for the lawmakers’ efforts to protect and preserve the Dismal Swap.
Brooding and dark, offering lightness only to artistically refract the tragic irony of their parable, with “A Serious Man” the Brothers Coen pull out all the stops.
MOUNTAINSIDE—Children’s Specialized Hospital’s Friday Night Fever program hosted the ninth annual “Haunted Trail” at Children’s Specialized Hospital in Mountainside on Saturday, Oct. 24.
EDISON—Through a statewide competitive process, Edison Township was selected to receive more than $301,132 in a grant from the New Jersey Department of Transportation’s Municipal Aid Program.
WOODBRIDGE –Woodbridge Township Mayor John E. McCormac and Superintendent of Schools Dr. John A. Crowe, along with senior class students from Colonia, Woodbridge, and John F. Kennedy High Schools, announced that the “Cast-a-Can When You Cast Your Vote” food drive is in place for the General Election on Tuesday, Nov. 3.