Virtual Baby Bookworms with the Clark Library

Join us via Zoom to share books, songs, nursery rhymes, and movement.  Geared toward 6-18 months.  Please register to get the Zoom login information.

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  1. Dierdre Morley
  2. 732-388-5999
  3. reference@clarklibrary.org
Tue, July 14
10:00 am — 10:15 am
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Union County Residents: Make One Change

The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders is asking county residents to join a global initiative to reduce their plastic waste during the month of July, and hopefully long after.  Plastic Free July is a world-wide movement that encourages people to become part of the solution to plastic pollution – so we can all have cleaner streets, oceans and beautiful litter-free ...

Union County Residents Can “Recycle Right” without Plastic Bags

The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders would like to remind residents that plastic bags and other unacceptable items should not be placed in curbside recycling bins.

“Union County residents have a good recycling rate, but we want to improve on this record and set a high bar,” said Freeholder Chairman Al Mirabella. “Every household can pitch in by following some simple ...

Community Conversation: What We Now Know About Coronavirus

Every day more and more crucial information about COVID-19 surfaces. So what’s the most important guidance for you and your family? Join Jason Kessler, MD, on our Community Conversation, as he separates fact from fiction when it comes to the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

Taxpayers need to resume payments by July 15

July 11, 2020

WASHINGTON – The IRS today reminds taxpayers who took advantage of the People First Initiative tax relief and did not make previously owed tax payments between March 25 to July 15 that they need to restart their payments.

As the IRS continues to reopen its operations across the country, taxpayers who were in payment agreements and skipped any payments from March 25 and July 15 should ...

Lawsuit Claims Social Worker Fired When She Blew Whistle on School Abuses in Springfield

July 13, 2020

SPRINGFIELD, NJ — A lawsuit brought against the Springfield School District by a social worker claims the school board fired her after she blew the whistle on abuses at the Edward V. Walton Early Childhood Center.

Kara King, of Westfield, filed the suit in Superior Court in Elizabeth last month. The complaint names the Springfield Board of Education, former Springfield Superintendent ...

Union County Prosecutor’s Office Assumes Responsibility of the Fanwood Police Department

FANWOOD, NJ -- Acting Union County Prosecutor Lyndsay V. Ruotolo announced early Monday morning that she is exercising her supersession authority and that her office would begin temporarily overseeing the operations of the Fanwood Police Department.  The assistance of the Prosecutor’s Office was requested by Mayor Colleen Mahr and the Fanwood Borough Council following the departure of ...

In Addition to Nixing Freeholder, Murphy Says ‘We’re Constantly Thinking Through’ Other Name Changes 

NEW JERSEY — Removing “freeholder” from New Jersey’s 21 county legislative boards will mean the country’s full eradication of the title — which has been called confusing, insensitive and racist.

The inspiration for the change came from Union County Freeholder Angela Garretson, who broached the subject with Gov. Phil Murphy and State Senate President Stephen ...

Rutgers, Named for a Slave Owner, Will Keep its Name, Says University's First Black President

July 8, 2020

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ - Even in this era where statues of explorers are being dismantled, schools named after presidents are being rebranded and sports teams are replacing racially insensitive nicknames, don't expect Rutgers to change its name.

The subject was raised to new university president Jonathan Holloway at a news conference on Monday at Winants Hall - the very building Rutgers' ...

A Dispute Among Montclair Neighbors Sparks a Neighborhood Protest of 'Permit Karen'

MONTCLAIR, NJ- Montclair Police are calling recent acts in a neighborhood, in which a neighbor called the police following a disagreement over permits, a "dispute between neighbors."

The interaction, which took place on Marion Rd. on Monday, was partially recorded, drew local police to the scene on Monday and sparked a brief protest the next day. Officers arrived at 12:23 ...

Three Die in East Brunswick Swimming Pool Monday

EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ - Tragedy struck East Brunswick today as the EBPD rushed to a residence on Clearview Road near Frost School in the township.  Three residents were found dead in a swimming pool at the property.

East Brunswick Police Chief Frank Losacco said, "East Brunswick Police are actively investigating a scene where three people were found deceased in a pool. This is a ...

Thank You from St. Joseph's Social Service Center

July 2, 2020

Dear Friends,

We are more grateful than ever for your support of St. Joseph’s and we thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

Your assistance since the pandemic began has been incredible. People have stepped up to help in so many ways.

Your generous contributions of food and funds have had a tremendous impact.  With your help, we have distributed over 5,000 bags of food ...

The Voice of a Poet: To Those Leaving Elementary School in June 2020

July 8, 2020

I imagine that, for some of you, being graduated by your elementary school doesn’t feel like much at all—just another day in your house, trying to stay out of your parents’ way while they dutifully work from their makeshift home offices.

But you’d be wrong to think that this isn’t much at all. This is a momentous occasion. You have done what no generation of ...

Keeping Your Business Going in These Difficult Times

The economic shutdown that we’ve endured as a nation as we attempt to combat COVID-19 has created significant challenges for small business owners. Even those that were thriving before the crisis are not immune to the effects of a sustained closure or limitation on how they operate.

If you’re among the millions of American small business owners worried about being able to pay your ...

Don’t Let Emotional Investing Cloud Your Judgement

It’s important to maintain a level head in times of market turbulence. But that is often easier said than done, especially in the heat of market volatility. Even with the best intentions, investors can be challenged by their own bias and emotions when it comes to making investment decisions.

Emotional investing may be amplified during periods of market stress. But by understanding your ...

Obituaries

Apr 10, 1934 - Oct 23, 2019
Emily Bielen (nee Mazur), 85, of Clark, NJ passed away peacefully on Wednesday, Oct. 23, 2019.
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