Colonia Choirs Host Winter Wonderland Event

COLONIA – The combined choirs of Colonia High School will hold their annual “Winter Wonderland” event on Saturday, Dec. 13 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. in the high school cafeteria. A $10 pay-one-price admission for children includes a visit…

Santa Makes An Early Stop In Linden

Santa Makes An Early Stop In Linden—Santa Claus arrived in Linden’s 8th Ward for an early visit on Saturday, Dec. 6, at the 8th Ward Community Center. Councilwoman Michele Yamakaitis hosted the event where the children received free pictures, goodie…

Don’t Be Lulled By Low Gas Prices

By  Michael M. Shapiro It was only six months ago that gas prices were setting records in the United States, topping off near $4.00 per gallon.  In recent weeks, they have steadily and significantly decreased to the point that gas…

Looking Back At 2008’s Successes

By Joseph Vas As 2008 quickly comes to an end, and with the holidays upon us, it is important that we give thanks for all that we have been able to achieve. There is no doubt that the tough economic…

The Gift of Giving

The Gift of Giving – Madison Elementary School fifth graders Hannah Smythe, Christina Kallinosis, Bridget Kneisel and Emily Beenders decorate the Rahway school’s “Giving Tree,” which is part of an annual campaign for Toys for Tots. Madison School works with…

Gaining Muscle Strength

by Dan Felix, CFT The human body is a very reluctant living organism. It doesn’t want to change. It doesn’t casually add muscle mass or strength. It doesn’t casually tap into its body fat reserves. And, believe it or not,…