NEWARK—Quantis Goode, 32, of Hillside, was sentenced to 100 years in state prison for fatally shooting two teenagers at a Newark public housing complex in 2007.
CARTERET—The borough will receive $485,000 in NJDOT Municipal Aid funds for Phase II of Herman Avenue improvements, Mayor Daniel J. Reiman announced Wednesday.
WAYNE—Sophomore striker WALTER AVANS (Roselle Park, NJ/Union Catholic) chalked up two goals in a span of 4:12 early in the second half to force a 2-2 tie before William Paterson University got the game-winner in the 75th minute and defeated New Jersey City University, 3-2, in a New Jersey Athletic Conference men’s soccer game on Wednesday night at Pioneer Soccer Park.
RAHWAY—Recently, volunteers from Merck visited Franklin Elementary School in Rahway. They spent the day helping put together writing folders for the students, as well as visiting various classrooms.
BASKING RIDGE — Researchers at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center report that New Jersey residents are unclear when it comes to understanding the subtle, but crucial difference between the UVA claim and the SPF value listed on a product.
MADISON, Wis. – Parents have long believed – and research bears out – that teenagers are more apt to pursue risky behavior if they believe “everybody’s doing it.”
RAHWAY—Colleen O’Hara’s third graders at Roosevelt School In Rahway are using their new smartboard in their classroom this year. Smartboards are interactive whiteboards and can accommodate different learning styles.
NEW BRUNSWICK—Rutgers University has an atheist chaplain. Barry Klassel, an avowed atheist, is the state university’s first humanist chaplain and one of only four on a college campus in the entire country. [smartads] “Secular humanists don’t look to gods or…
ROSELLE – An expanded learning program at Roselle Public Schools has been chosen as a model by the Regional Educational Laboratory Midwest at Learning Point Associates, officials recently announced.