EDISON – Students from Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison recently took part in a variety of activities, including a chemistry lesson and a blood drive summit.
ELIZABETH — In October, Hubie and Claire Brown visited St. Mary of the Assumption High School in Elizabeth.
RAHWAY — Madeline Kropoth’s kindergarten class at Franklin Elementary School in Rahway is displaying their “Apples with Personality” puppets. The children enjoyed learning about a variety of apples.
CLARK — The children in Mrs. Dubitsky’s Kindergarten Class at Valley Road School in Clark created scary spiders that share interesting facts about spiders. Students researched and found the answers to information like how many legs, eyes, and body parts a spider has.
NEWARK – The North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA) Board of Trustees unanimously approved $800,000 on Monday to retrofit off-road construction equipment such as bulldozers, graders and pavers with pollution control devices that will reduce diesel emissions.
TRENTON – New Jersey’s October revenue collections were 3.1 percent under budgeted amounts, the state treasury department announced today. The drop off was blamed in part on weather-related disruptions of both the state’s normal economic activity and its tax collection efforts.