Arts & Entertainment

Fanwood Recreation Announces Summer Programs for Children

Fanwood Recreation announces that registration has begun for its summer camps and programs for children. Programs include Recreation Summer Park Program, Soccer Camp, Raider Basketball Camp, Mining & Crafting Using Lego Bricks, SPF Baseball Camp, Junior Tennis Lessons, Golf Squirts, First Play Golf, Pony Camps, Tweens & Teens Travel Camp, Total Sports Squirts, Parent & Me Total Sports Squirts, First Play Lacrosse Clinic, T-Ball Squirts, Make Your Own Comic Book Camp, Camp Olympus: Art & Writing, Multi-Sports Camp, Groovy Girls Summer Program, Junior Scientists Summer Program, Technology & Engineering Summer Program, and Art in the Park Camp.

For more information, including detailed descriptions, dates, times, place, price, and age group, and to register, go to

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What Do The PSAT Results Mean?

Fall 2016 PSAT results will be available Monday, Dec. 12 online for high school students and parents. This year, we anticipate that junior students’ percentile rankings will be lower than last year’s. 


This year, the College Board can compare student performance with actual performance from the last year.  In 2015, the College Board used a convoluted ...

Scotch Plains Grieves Loss of Longtime Librarian Meg Kolaya

December 1, 2016

Dear Editor:

I am saddened to hear of the passing of our former Scotch Plains librarian Meg Kolaya. Her loss reminds me, and I assume all of us yet again how precious life is.

She served our Township with great dignity and professionalism; always committed to making our library the valued centerpiece of our community, one that we could all take great pride in. Her influence and ability to ...

It’s a Wonderful Life – The Radio Play “POPS UP” in Union Township, hosted by Unity Bank.

December 2, 2016

UNION, NJ -- The Theater Project presents its annual holiday production of IT’S A WONDERFUL LIFE: The Radio Play at Unity Bank on Saturday and Sunday, Dec.. 3 and 4, at 2:00 p.m. The Theater Project will recreate the Lux Radio Theater circa 1947 as 12 actors, a musician and one extremely overworked sound technician prepare for the big radio broadcast of the story ...