TRENTON—The New Jersey Supreme Court has adopted a rule setting forth requirements for mandatory continuing legal education for New Jersey attorneys, Mark Neary, clerk of the Supreme Court, announced Friday. The new requirements are effective immediately.
ROSELLE – Space is at a premium at Abraham Clark High School, especially in the cafeteria during lunchtime. There aren’t enough seats to accommodate all of the students. So, last Wednesday, when a group of ACHS students from the Workforce Readiness Program unveiled the outdoor picnic area they designed and built, it was well-appreciated by the entire school community.
EDISON—More than 65 residents turned out on Dec. 17 for the Edison Call to Service Summit, featuring Mayor Jun Choi and Mayor-elect Toni Ricigliano, to learn about leadership opportunities on township boards and commissions.
MOUNTAINSIDE — The spirit of giving seems to grow during the holiday season, and many donations are made to charitable causes at this special time of year.
SAYREVILLE—A husband and wife from Spotswood died on Dec. 17 while they were being treated for injuries they suffered during a two-vehicle crash in Sayreville on Nov. 27, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Sayreville Police Chief Edward Szkodny announced last week.
I recently saw a wonderful documentary on singer/songwriter Sting, where he discussed his thoughts on going into the studio to make a ‘Christmas’ album.
EDISON—Middlesex County College is now authorized to offer a course, “Introduction to Solar Electric Systems,” which is recognized by the North American Board of Certified Energy Practitioners (NABCEP).
EDISON—On Tuesday, Dec. 15, second graders at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison hosted a dinosaur museum, impressing family and faculty members with intriguing facts, artwork and research.
RAHWAY—Students from the third grade Gifted and Talented program at Roosevelt School in Rahway recently attended the Edith Mayner Brain Bowl 2009.