Science champs!

CLARK, NJ — Science teams from Mother Seton Regional High School in Clark captured first place honors in Biology I, Biology II, Chemistry and Physics. The competition, held at Cranford High School, is the first of four science league competitions. In addition to Mother Seton Regional High School, district competitors included Arthur L. Johnson High […]

Medical device manager sentenced to prison for scheme to defraud hospitals of $800,000

TRENTON – A regional manager selling medical devices to hospitals for Integra LifeSciences Corp. of Plainsboro, New Jersey, was sentenced to prison today for his role in a scheme to defraud hospitals of more than $800,000, U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman announced. Daniel Metz, 34, of Fairfield, was sentenced to nine months in prison and nine months of home […]

Santa Claus came to town

CLARK — On Nov. 30, Clark Township celebrated Mayor Bonaccorso’s 15th Annual Breakfast with Santa. Families were able to enjoy a buffet breakfast, and take photos with Santa. Later on in the day, residents were welcomed at Town Hall to continue the holiday celebrations with the 11th Annual Winter Festival. Residents were able to witness the […]

Clark Community Pool celebrated 40th anniversary Saturday

CLARK — Clark Community Pool, located at 201 Oak Ridge Rd. in Clark celebrated its 40th birthday on Saturday, June 28. The festivities began at 11:30 am with a ribbon cutting ceremony by Mayor Sal Bonaccorso and town council members Pat O’Connor, Al Barr, and newly appointed member Marie Soyka.  Bonaccorso thanked Recreation Director Ralph Bernardo, Manager of the Pool, […]

Having a very ice day

Having a very ice day

CLARK — Clark Recreation held its annual Family Skate Night at Warinanco Park Skating Rink on Saturday, Jan. 18. Over 300 residents took to the ice for the annual event. The ALJ hockey team was on hand to help out with the amateur skaters. Clark Recreation Director Ralph Bernardo was pleased with the event and stated […]

Kumpf 7th graders debate Gov. Christie’s proposed longer school hours

CLARK — Recently, Gov. Chris Christie suggested that the school day be extended an extra hour. The students at Carl H. Kumpf Middle School in Clark had mixed review regarding whether or not this would be a good idea so Suzanne Hamilton, a 7th grade Language Arts teacher, used this great debate to her advantage. Hamilton’s students worked in groups to make […]


CLARK — Matthew L. and Nick P., students in Christine Cemelli’s third grade class at Frank K. Hehnly in Clark, play Everyday Math Games.  Students practice their multiplication facts by playing Baseball Multiplication during math class. ‘The class was able to play games and practice their math fact in a fun and relaxed way,’ said […]

Valley Road fifth graders collect measurements and data

CLARK — In Kelly Williamson’s fifth grade class at Valley Road Elementary in Clark, the students are learning about different ways to display data that they have collected. The students measured each other’s palm width and arm spans. The students then organized the data into a table. The students displayed the data on two-line plots. The fifth graders are also […]

Clark to honor achievements of student musicians

CLARK — The Clark Board of Education will be honoring the impressive accomplishments and achievements of student musicians in the District at the upcoming Board Meeting’s Showcase of Success this coming Tuesday 7 p.m. in the auditorium of Arthur L. Johnson High School. The Frank K. Hehnly School Select Choir will be recognized for performing on New 12 New Jersey’s […]

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