YORK, Pa. – Two Clark students were named to the Dean’s List for the Fall 2010 semester at York College of Pennsylvania.
CLARK – Fourth grade students at Frank K. Hehnly Elementary School in Clark recently completed a research and media project on the history of the Lenape Indians.
STATE — The New Jersey Tree Foundation is offering free two-year-old trees (1’ – 2’ tall) to celebrate Arbor Day 2011 in New Jersey.
SCOTCH PLAINS – This past Christmas the students at Union Catholic High School went above and beyond to help share the spirit of the season by arranging activities to support a number of organizations.
In December President Barack Obama received his annual assessment of the war in Afghanistan, then reported to the American people that the mission is “on track” and troops would begin to withdraw next July.
New Jersey rocks! And I’m not talking about Bruce Springsteen, Bon Jovi, the Smithereens or even the Fugees. I’m talking about the bedrock that forms the foundation of this state we’re in!
As I replace my 2010 “America’s Scenic Wonders” calendar with the 2011 version received as a free gift by mail from the National Wildlife Federation, I realize it’s that time of year again. It’s time to resolve to somehow improve myself in the New Year.
I know abortion is a controversial topic. But as we approach the anniversary of Roe vs. Wade (Jan. 22), which made abortion legal, let us reflect on some facts.
STATE – New Jersey residents can expect more snow Tuesday, according to forecasts from the National Weather Center.