Linden Names New Schools Superintendent

LINDEN—Rocco G. Tomazic was approved as the next Superintendent of the Linden Public Schools, effective Jan. 1, at the Nov. 17 meeting of the Linden Board of Education. Tomazic is currently the assistant superintendent in the district. The current superintendent,…

Puerto Rico Discovery Day Honorees

Puerto Rico Discovery Day Honorees – On Nov. 16, the Puerto Rican Association for Human Development Puerto held its Puerto Rico Discovery Day celebration. This year’s award recipients were members of the Senior Aide Program: Carmen “Millie” Diaz, who received…

Elizabeth Students Perform Community Service At Wilson Park

ELIZABETH – On Tuesday, Nov. 11, while many Americans were paying their respects to the veterans who have sacrificed so much for this great nation, the Groundwork Elizabeth Green Team, with support from the city’s Department of Public Works, dedicated…

Blue Goes Green: Edison Police Use Hybrid Vehicles

EDISON—As part of township efforts to save money and be environmentally friendly, the Edison Police Department has acquired hybrid vehicles for use in the detective bureau. “This is another way we can continue to maintain services and at the same…

Making The Season Brighter

Making The Season Brighter—Stuffing, gravy, mashed potatoes, and cranberry sauce were just some of the items collected by Upper School students at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in Edison this week. The donations will be delivered to Starfish Foundation in Plainfield to…

More Than Skin Deep

By Dan Felix, CFT I have trained for more years than I care to admit. My clients have included outdoor athletes and my training locations have included the sunny south west. Both of these situations expose human skin to very…