FAIRFIELD, Conn.—Ashley Amalfe of Clark was named to the Dean’s List at Sacred Heart University in Fairfield, Conn., for the fall 2009 semester.
The recent election for US Senator in Massachusetts has some lessons. Andrew Jackson was the first President to say “rotation in office” is the mark of democracy. Inheriting a political position or keeping it for life is a mark of aristocracy, which is anti-democratic.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—States can save money and stimulate their economies by protecting funding for effective pre-kindergarten and home visiting programs, according to a new issue brief by the Partnership for America’s Economic Success.
WOODBRIDGE—The 13th season of The Challenge kicks off with all-star student scholars from Woodbridge High School and Livingston High School competing against each other in round one of this award-winning high school quiz show.
RAHWAY—The Rahway Police Department is looking for people who want to make a difference in their community. Volunteers will be trained to become Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) members.
EDISON—Middlesex County College is presenting two intriguing art exhibitions: one highlights emerging artists from the mid-Atlantic region; the other features sculpture, shown in a darkened room, illuminated only from the artwork itself.
UNION—Liberty Hall Museum at Kean University will host several activities for children and visitors of all ages throughout February.
MORRISTOWN ? Actavis, Inc., will donate $10,000 to the American Red Cross to help victims of last week’s Haiti earthquake, the generic drug manufacturer announced Wednesday. The company, based in Morristown, has several New Jersey manufacturing facilities including one in Elizabeth.
NEW BRUNSWICK—New Brunswick’s State Theatre is proud to present the 4th annual Hub City Carnivale, a four-week winter festival of the imagination at play, January 30 – February 28, 2010, with performances, workshops, social events, and more, for families and kids ages 1 to 100.