Community Announcements

Clark to Hold Memorial Day Parade and Service to Honor Fallen Heroes

May 23, 2014 at 11:53 AM

CLARK, NJ - The Township of Clark will honor its fallen war heroes during its annual Memorial Day Parade and Service on Monday, May 26 beginning at 9:30 a.m.

The parade forms along Westfield Avenue and steps off from Nassau Street.  It will proceed west on Westfield Avenue, over the Parkway bridge to a reviewing stand at the Arthur L. Johnson Regional High School.  A wreath laying ceremony will be conducted in front of the high school immediately following the parade. 

Groups marching in the parade include the Arthur L. Johnson High School Marching Band, the Boy and Girl Scouts, sports clubs, civic organizations, political groups, emergency responders and local businesses.  Participants have been assigned a meeting place according to the above map. 

Parade chairman Alvin Barr asked anyone not marching in the parade to come out and be a spectator. Barr, who is also a member of the Clark Town Council, spoke at the council meeting Monday night. “Let us not forget the reason we have Memorial Day,” he said, encouraging residents to remember the true meaning of the day. 

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Clark Emergency Shortage Blood Drive Monday, Jan. 23

January 16, 2017

EMERGENCY BLOOD SHORTAGE!  Please donate blood at the Clark Volunteer Emergency Squad (875 Raritan Road) on Monday, January 23rd between 1:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.  Every donor will receive a $10 off Houlihan's coupon as a thank you.  

To make an appointment, please visit  

Walk-ins welcome!

Citing Respect for Springsteen, Tribute Band Pulls Out of Garden State Inaugural Ball in DC

January 16, 2017

FANWOOD, NJ -- For more than three decades, The B Street Band, a popular Bruce Springsteen tribute band, has played Jersey Shore bars and festivals, as well as the 2009 Garden State Ball for Barack Obama's first Inauguration and a return engagement four years later. However, the group, which pioneered the "tribute band" concept in 1980, has never received as much flak for ...