ELIZABETH—At a November assembly, four young women were honored in recognition of their academic and all-around achievements at Benedictine Academy in Elizabeth.
It’s that time of year again: hacking cough, drippy nose and a fever. How do you know if that tickle in the back of your throat is the symptom of a cold or a sign that you’re about to come down with the flu? And is it the seasonal flu or the H1N1 flu?
PERTH AMBOY – The Perth Amboy Fire Department is accepting volunteer firefighter applicants. Potential volunteers are invited to Fire Headquarters, 375 New Brunswick Avenue, on Saturday, Dec. 12 at 10 a.m.
CARTERET – Holy Family Parish will hold the premier showing of a documentary about the church’s history on Saturday, Dec. 5, at 6 p.m. The screening will take place at a soup and salad dinner at the Parish Center on Pershing Avenue.
WOODBRIDGE—On November 16 at Boynton Park, Port Reading the Flyers street hockey team took home the Woodbridge PBA Local #38 Youth League cup.
Hijinks, rock-‘n’-roll, freedom of speech and a coming of age story comprise the nostalgically entertaining cargo on writer-director Richard Curtis’s good ship “Pirate Radio.” Whimsically construed from a smattering of fact and fiction, it is a magical mystery cruise on the high seas of the late 1960s. You don’t want to miss this voyage.
ISELIN–Indus American Bank was recently honored by NJBIZ at an awards ceremony held at The Palace in Somerset Park on Monday, Nov. 16.
CLARK—St Agnes School recently welcomed new music and instrument teacher, Thomas Nichuck. Nichuck teaches music classes for all students in kindergarten through eighth grade.
RAHWAY—On Tuesday, Oct. 20, students throughout Rahway High School celebrated the National Day on Writing. Every class, from advanced placement chemistry to gym to family and consumer science, engaged in writing activities throughout the day.