Donation Day supports mentoring organization

CLARK, NJ — On Friday, Jan. 13, students from Arthur L. Johnson High School’s Key Club and the Clark Kiwanis collected items to donate to the Big Brothers and Sisters Organization. The event was called Donation Day, at it lasted from 3 to 4 p.m. “The Key Club is a community service organization,” Key Club advisor […]

Clark trustee leaves position after 10 years

Clark trustee leaves position after 10 years

CLARK, NJ — Clark Library trustee Natalie Belverio resigned from her position as a trustee and was recently honored for all her work at the Library Trustee meeting Tuesday, Dec. 13. Belverio is a longtime Clark resident who has done much for the community while serving as a trustee for the past 10 years. “Belverio was […]

Clark holds annual holiday decorating contest

Clark holds annual holiday decorating contest

CLARK, NJ — Ralph Bernardo of Clark Recreation announced the 22 houses that entered this year’s annual house decorating contest. Three of the homes will be awarded “Most Outrageous,” “Most Traditional,” and “Overall Favorite.” “I started the contest maybe five or six years ago just for fun,” Bernardo told LocalSource in an email. “Houses are judged […]

Cranford holds Holiday Shop and Soup Fest

CRANFORD, NJ — Cranford United Methodist Church hosted its annual Holiday Shop and Soup Festival on Saturday, Dec. 10, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. The annual event is a fundraiser for the church and an opportunity for residents to complete their holiday shopping. “This is the sixth year we’ve had this community fundraiser,” event organizer […]

Local paint class exhibits art in Skulski gallery

CLARK, NJ — An opening ceremony for the art exhibit, “A Journey into Painting II” took place at the Skulski Art Gallery in Clark on Friday, Dec. 9, from 8 to 10 p.m. Students from Aleksandra Nowak oil painting class displayed their work, which focused on landscapes and portraits as subjects. “Portraits are the most challenging […]


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Clark Girl Scouts spread holiday cheer with wreaths

CLARK, NJ — Girl Scout Daisy Troop 40710, of Hehnly Elementary School, made and donated wreaths to residents of Clark Nursing Home. The 12 kindergarten girls made 13 bow wreaths from paper plates and assorted bows. Each girl brought a bag of assorted bows to complete the project. “The girls were inspired to create the wreaths […]

Clark gets in the spirit with winter festival

Clark gets in the spirit with winter festival

CLARK, NJ — On Sunday, Nov. 27, Clark hosted its 13th annual Holiday Winter Festival from 3 to 6 p.m. Appearances were made by Santa, Frosty, Rudolph and the Grinch. There were also performances by Clark school choirs, the Arthur L. Johnson High School band and Dicken’s carolers. “I’m here to support my two kids in […]

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 […]