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Wardlaw+Hartridge Students Stage Spring Musical

The Wardlaw + Hartridge School in Edison staged a three-day run of Urinetown in the first spring musical to be held in the new Berry Performing Arts Center.

Leading players CJ Stueck of Scotch Plains, Kallie Schildge of Westfield, Mayah Nissim of Scotch Plains, Thomas Borner du Cane of Plainfield, Hannah Yates of Piscataway and Steven Bessette of Scotch Plains were joined by a talented ensemble cast and dedicated crew of student technicians. The show was funny and entertaining to the several hundred patrons in attendance.

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Outside Agency Sought to Provide New Brunswick Police Dispatchers

April 19, 2018

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ – The city is seeking proposals from an outside agencies that could provide police dispatchers because the police department has been unable to attract and retain sufficient staff for the job, officials said.

City council members Wednesday passed a resolution seeking to seek proposals from outside agencies.

New Brunswick Business Administrator Thomas McLoughlin said ...

Stories About Juvenile Death Row Inmates Featured in New “Docu-play”

April 13, 2018

HIGHLAND PARK, NJ - The United States is apparently the only country in the world where children are given death sentences.

A new documentary play by Elizabeth Weill-Greenberg titled Life, Death, and Life Again: Children Sentenced to Die in Prison is being performed with coLAB Arts at the Reformed Church in Highland Park. The play will tell the true stories of people who committed violent ...

ESCNJ Named “Ambassador Program” Representative By Autism NJ

April 17, 2018

April is National Autism Awareness Month, and Autism New Jersey has named the Educational Services Commission of New Jersey (ESCNJ) its designated “Ambassador Program” representative for the week of April 20-27.

“We are honored and enormously proud to receive this designation,” said ESNCJ Superintendent Mark J. Finkelstein.

“Our administrators, faculty, ...