JERSEY CITY—Rowan University received a combined 27 kills from freshman outside hitter Katie Havlicek (Midland Park, NJ/Immaculate Heart Academy) and senior middle blocker Chelsea Bowman (Penns Grove, NJ/Park Bible Academy) and defeated New Jersey City University, 3-0 (25-18, 25-15, 25-21) in a match on Thursday night at the John J. Moore Athletics and Fitness Center.
RAHWAY — To help launch Madison Elementary School’s annual book drive, the Madison School PTA held a Scholastic Book Fair in the Rahway school’s auditorium on Oct. 13 and 14.
More than 1.4 million acres of farmland and open space have been preserved in New Jersey. As voters consider a $400 million November ballot question to continue this effort, they may logically ask: Is this a wise investment?
ELIZABETH—The Elizabethport Presbyterian Center, a faith based social service organization, will present their first annual Angels Fundraiser Reception. The reception will be held on Thursday, Oct. 22, 6 p.m., at the Newark Club located adjacent to the New Jersey Performing…
MONROE– PSEG recently awarded the Monroe Township Youth Soccer league a $300 grant in support of the volunteer efforts of one of its employees. The energy company gave the grant to the Monroe Township nonprofit on behalf of Wendy Dix, a clerk with PSE&G who assists with the team’s fundraising efforts. The money was used for team apparel.
RAHWAY—Madeline Kropoth’s kindergarten class from Franklin School in Rahway proudly displays their “Apples with Personality.”
MOUNTAINSIDE – The Internal Revenue Service wants to remind taxpayers that the fall is a good time to conduct a review of their tax situation.
With more than 1,800 farms preserved in New Jersey, a steadily increasing number of “Preserved Farmland” signs dot our landscape. The signs are no doubt reassuring to those who welcome them as a promise that green farm fields will never give way to residential subdivisions. But those signs hold much more meaning that is not so readily apparent.
RAHWAY—Madison Elementary School in Rahway launched their annual book drive on Oct. 13 with a visit from Superintendent Frank Buglione and media specialist, Debbie Geiss.