CLARK — Surrounded by family and friends, members of the soon-to-be inaugurated Daisy Troop 425 met for their first meeting and Investiture Ceremony. The ceremony was lead by troop leaders Alicia Scipioni, Kelli Kaminskas and Jackie Skwirut.
As an entrepreneurship educator, studying the co-founder and former CEO of Apple, Steve Jobs, has been one of the great pleasures of the profession. At times, it even feels like an indulgence given the difficulty future technology leaders will surely have in replicating his contributions.
TRENTON – The Division on Civil Rights announced today that all taxi drivers in Atlantic City will undergo training in state and federal civil rights law as the result of a settlement that resolves allegations the Yellow Cab Company discriminated against a blind man by refusing him and his guide dog a ride to a casino.
TRENTON – If getting ready for winter includes a fall clean up project, then getting rid of that old second refrigerator can get you ready for energy savings just in time for colder weather. Whether you have it stored in the garage or basement or want to get rid of a working fridge or freezer you recently replaced, recycling an old refrigerator or freezer can help you save money to help pay heating bills.
MORRISTOWN — Currently on display in the center hall of Macculloch Hall, visitors can view a selection of American Civil War patriotic covers. These envelopes bear patriotic illustrations and messages and provide an unusual insight into a turbulent and fascinating period of American history.
RAHWAY — At Rahway High School’s Back to School Night on Tuesday, Sept. 27, the school’s French Club, led by club adviser and French teacher Robert Kinch, sold dessert treats to parents, students and teachers in attendance.