UNION COUNTY — Berkeley College President Dario A. Cortes, PhD, has announced that several high school seniors from Union County have received scholarships to attend Berkeley College.
EDISON –A long-standing tradition in the fourth grade at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison, students look forward to honing their study of the great State of New Jersey by assembling cakes shaped like the garden state.
LINDEN — On Friday, Feb. 5, students of Sts. Mary and Elizabeth Academy in Linden learned a lesson about faith and forgiveness from former police officer Steven McDonald.
TRENTON — New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission facilities, including agencies, regional service centers and inspection stations, will be closed on Friday, Feb. 12, for a statewide furlough and Monday, Feb. 15, for President’s Day.
RAHWAY—Have students taken over Franklin School in Rahway? Fifth grade student Emerson Figueroa was elected to be principal for the day.
LINDEN—If you are a busy parent or you are not satisfied with your child’s school report card, Castle Learning Center can help you.
RAHWAY—Students at Roosevelt School were asked, “What are you doing for others?” They traced and cut out a handprint and wrote their messages.
UNION COUNTY — Tina Renna, president Union County Watchdog Association, is demanding answers from Westfield officials concerning the dismissal of two disorderly persons charges filed against a politically-connected police officer.
Our Constitution grants rights to terrorists so that our government cannot harm us. Allowing a government to exist is to create a power center that must be controlled. Dick Cheney and George W. Bush weakened American national security and threatened the fairness of American justice.