Union High School PAC returns with successful performances

Union High School PAC returns with successful performances

UNION, NJ — From Friday, Nov. 12, through Sunday, Nov. 14, the students of the Union High School Performing Arts Company worked their hearts out to present Music Theatre International’s “All Together Now!” — a global event celebrating local theater. Licensed by MTI, this exclusive musical revue was created as a fundraising opportunity for schools […]

Roselle renames street after borough historian

Roselle renames street after borough historian

ROSELLE, NJ — Bill Frolich spent his life chronicling the history of Roselle, and, in a special Veterans Day street renaming ceremony, he became a part of the borough’s history. On Thursday, Nov. 11, Mayor Donald Shaw and the Borough Council gathered with Frolich’s family, community members and local dignitaries to honor the late Roselle […]

Roselle hires new municipal clerk

Roselle hires new municipal clerk

ROSELLE, NJ — Lisette Sanchez made a move recently, from the position of deputy municipal clerk for Orange, one she held for a year and a half, to new municipal clerk for Roselle. After more than 16 years of working in municipal government, 14 of those years in clerk’s offices, this will be her first […]

On Veterans Day, Clark remembers those who bravely served

On Veterans Day, Clark remembers those who bravely served

CLARK, NJ — A Veterans Day ceremony took place on the lawn of Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark on Thursday, Nov. 11. Local veterans organizations, Mayor Sal Bonaccorso, members of the Township Council, residents, visitors, teachers, administrators and students joined together in recognition of those who have served the country in various branches […]

Annoyed Kenilworth resident inquires about taxes during council meeting

Annoyed Kenilworth resident inquires about taxes during council meeting

KENILWORTH, NJ — During the open public portion of Kenilworth’s Borough Council meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 10, Kenilworth resident John Zimmerman asked the council about the affordable housing and tax abatement for seniors due to a project being done in Kenilworth — or, more specifically, how it would affect local taxes. “I just finished discussing […]

Union Township’s only Little Free Library opens

Union Township’s only Little Free Library opens

UNION, NJ — Little Free Libraries are a global phenomenon. The small, front-yard book exchanges number more than 100,000 in more than 100 countries — from Italy to Brazil to Japan. Now, a new Little Free Library on Rahway Avenue in Union Township has joined the movement to create communities of readers through book sharing. […]

Abraham Clark High School students focus on future at College & Career Fair

Abraham Clark High School students focus on future at College & Career Fair

ROSELLE, NJ — Juniors and seniors at Abraham Clark High School focused on the future at the annual College & Career Fair on Wednesday, Oct. 27. Dozens of colleges and universities lined the school’s large gymnasium as students connected with school representatives to learn more about prospective opportunities and the application process. Participating schools ranged […]