Fifth annual ‘Spike Breast Cancer’ event set for Thursday night at Roselle Catholic

Lions will host Bishop Ahr on an evening filled with pink

ROSELLE – In one of the highlights of Roselle Catholic High School’s fall sports schedule, the RC volleyball program will host its Fifth Annual “Spike Breast Cancer” event in The Lions’ Den on Thursday, Oct. 11 against traditional foe Bishop George Ahr High School from Edison. “This game is so special because of all the […]

Roselle Catholic students receive positive message from guest speaker at freshman orientation

DiCrescenzo, a Columbia University Hall of Famer, is nationally ranked steeplechase, cross country runner

ROSELLE – “Hey there, Delilah” is what Roselle Catholic High School students enjoyed an opportunity to say or sing when professional runner Delilah DiCrescenzo made a recent appearance in The Lions’Den. DiCrescenzo, a Columbia University Hall of Famer, spoke to students as part of Roselle Catholic’s annual freshman orientation program on Sept. 27. In addition […]

NJYS to give concert at Wharton Music Center in Berkeley Heights

Faculty members of Wharton Music Center and New Jersey Youth Symphony will perform a variety of genres in concert on Saturday, Oct. 13 at 7 p.m. at Wharton Music Center located at 60 Locust Ave. in Berkeley Heights. Music ranging from classical to jazz to blues includes performances of a piano quartet, flutes and piano, […]

The talk on Skyline Drive

Left Out By Frank Capece Mike Altmann picked the border street of Skyline Drive in Clark to walk on Sunday, spreading his message that a change in local government is needed. A Democratic challenger for one of three councilman-at-large seats he is trying to unseat a long standing Republican majority. He knew it wouldn’t be […]

Ronald H. Posyton Sr.

Ronald H. Posyton Sr. of Westfield, N.J., passed away Tuesday at Overlook Medical Center with his loving family by his side. He was 77. Visitation will be held on Friday from 4 to 8 p.m. at the Higgins and Bonner Echo Lake Funeral Home, 582 Springfield Ave., Westfield, N.J. A service will be held at […]

Obituaries – Week of Oct 4th

ARGENZIANO — Norma L., of Union; Sept. 26. Was retired catering waitress. BATAILLE — Robert B., formerly of Springfield; has died. Was company supervisor. BELLACOSA — Irene, formerly of Union; Sept. 25. Moved to Westfield four years ago. BODY — Larry, of Roselle; Sept. 23. Was active member of many organizations. BUNIN — Sol, formerly […]

Hamilton Stage’s ‘4 Flavor Program’ a savory delight

RAHWAY — What the American Repertory Ballet called a “4 Flavor Program” on Union County Performing Arts Center’s Hamilton Stage in Rahway Saturday afternoon actually was a combination of delicious flavors. And more than enough to satisfy a ballet enthusiast’s appetite. In a variety of delightful performances, under the umbrella of Douglas Martin, artistic director, […]

Fire Prevention Week

Fire Prevention Week begins Sunday and continues through Saturday, Oct. 13. This annual observance, now sponsored by the National Fire Prevention Association, has been presented every year since 1911, when it was launched to mark the 40th anniversary of the Great Chicago Fire. Because that conflagration in the Windy City occurred Oct. 8, 9 and […]

Make the right ‘move’ and skip this digital ballet

It takes a lot of chutzpah to present a monotonous, repetitive piece of work to a receptive audience. Such an offering was shown on the screen at the “Ballet in Cinema” production at the Cranford Theater on Sunday afternoon. “Move to Move” was filmed at theNederlandsDansTheater,The Hague, on May 31, and featured four contemporary ballets. […]

The talk on Evergreen Avenue

Left Out By frank Capece Marc Krauss, a Republican Committeeman running for re-election in Springfield, knows, better than most, the axiom “all politics are local.” Campaigning last Sunday on Evergreen Avenue in his township, he faced the normal pleas over high taxes, an occasional reference to the township’s long-stagnant downtown, and some personal gripes. Krauss […]