Polish Cultural Foundation hosts art gallery exhibit in Clark

CLARK, NJ — The Skulski Art Gallery of the Polish Cultural Foundation in Clark hosted the opening of an art gallery titled, “Wood and Grain,” with reliefs by Jerzy Chojnowski and grain compositions by Majka Nowak on Sunday, Nov. 13. The work will be displayed until Dec. 2. The opening including a musical performance by Dorota […]

Man wielding knife in Clark arrested

CLARK, NJ — It could have been a scene from a horror movie, but instead it proved to be a harsh reality. Residents of Union County were shocked when they heard about the incident that occurred in Clark on Tuesday, Sept. 20. According to a local news source, a resident of Cellar Avenue heard a “blood […]

Zachary Sandler of Clark receives NJSIAA award

Zachary Sandler of Clark receives NJSIAA award

CLARK, NJ — Zachary Sandler of Clark was awarded the New Jersey State Interscholastic Athletic Association’s Scholar Athlete Award on May 15 at a statewide luncheon. The organization hosts the statewide function known as the Scholar Athlete Luncheon to honor student athletes and gives out thousands of dollars in scholarship money. The recipients are chosen based […]

Residents react to Clark downtown district proposal

CLARK, NJ — On May 16, an ordinance to create a Downtown Village District was proposed at a Clark Township Council meeting. The Downtown Village District will be along the Westfield Avenue corridor. It will impact 77 property owners along Westfield Avenue, from Brant Avenue to Madison Hill Road. A yearly assessment over and above the […]

Clark’s Civil War reenactment weekend

Clark’s Civil War reenactment weekend

CLARK, NJ — A forty-eight hour reenactment of the 7th Virginia Cavalry of the Confederate Army took place at the Dr. William Robinson Plantation in Clark from the evening of Friday, May 13 until May 15. The participants each took on the unique role of a historical character while sharing their knowledge, costumes and props with […]

Women’s veterans memorial unveiled in Clark

Women’s veterans memorial unveiled in Clark

CLARK, NJ — The new women’s war veterans memorial monument was unveiled yesterday at Town Hall. The monument was a dream of resident Bill Caruso to honor all the women who fought for our country and lost their lives in battle. Clark UNICO and the American Legion helped bring the monument to fruition. Clark UNICO […]

ALJ senior is Presidential Scholar finalist

ALJ senior is Presidential Scholar finalist

CLARK, NJ — The first student from Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark has been selected as a finalist for the U.S. Presidential Scholar Program. Each year, a total of 161 students from across the country are inducted in the program to receive recognition for their outstanding achievements in areas such as career and technical […]

Fun for the whole flock at Clark event

CLARK, NJ — Residents of the Clark area were invited to the town’s Robinson Plantation to watch the shearing of two sheep, Desdemona and Ophelia, on April 17. The sheep arrived with fully grown coats of wool from Stony Hill Farm in Flemington and their wool will go to a wool bank at Rutgers University. Desdemona […]

Clark holds health fair

CLARK, NJ — The township of Clark and ShopRite organized a health fair to take place at the town’s ShopRite on April 9 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Several vendors and organizations displayed their services and products at tables throughout the store. This event usually takes places once or twice a year in the fall […]

Music program fundraiser held in Clark

CLARK, NJ — When a school’s funds are cut short, the art and music programs are often the first to get cut. With this awareness, The Music Parents Association of Clark held a tricky tray to supplement the music program at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark. The event was held in the cafeteria on […]