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October 21, 2021

RAHWAY, NJ - The Madison Elementary School PTO is holding a Harvest Festival on Friday, October 22, from 4:30 to 6:30 p.m. Festival activities include arts and crafts such as painting and pumpkin decorating, among others. The cost is $10 per child, which includes pizza and popcorn. Pizza is ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — There is a Rahway Board of Education (BOE) meeting tonight at 7 p.m. It is the final such meeting in advance of next week's November 2nd general election, which includes six candidates—three of whom are current board members—vying for three open BOE seats. Tonight's meeting takes ...

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RAHWAY and WOODLAND PARK, NJ — Diane Recinos, Ed.D., has been named Interim President of Berkeley College. Recinos, a trusted and respected higher education leader, has been with the college since 1992. “Diane has demonstrated strong leadership in a number of roles at Berkeley College over her ...

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RAHWAY, NJ - Here are some of the things taking place this week in town. City: Monday, October 18 at 6:30 p.m.: NAACP Rahway Branch's Political Action Committee Candidates Night. The event welcomes the community and this year's Board of Education candidates. It is taking place in person at ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — A few weeks back, Mr. Robert Van Wyk, music teacher at Rahway High School (RHS) and musical director for the RHS Theatre, put out a special plea to all RHS supporters, theater and music aficionados, and lovers of the arts in general. In August, the Performing Arts Department's ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — Here are a few things happening this week in the city and the schools. City: Tuesday, October 12 at 7 p.m.: Municipal Council Meeting. Click here for more information or to attend. Thursday, October 14 at 7 p.m.: Environmental Commission Meeting. Click here for more ...

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TRENTON — Online resources have been made available to school districts and educators that can be used to incorporate climate change education across K-12 classrooms beginning in the 2022-2023 school year, announced the New Jersey Department of Education. New Jersey became the first state in the ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — The Rahway Board of Education (BOE) met on Tuesday, September 21 for its monthly general meeting. This was the final meeting prior to the bond referendum vote, and the majority of the meeting was dedicated to that issue. The vote is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, September ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — As has been TAPinto Rahway's pattern of late, here we provide readers with a snapshot of the week upcoming. As always, if you know of other happenings or events that you'd like us to announce, report on, or cover, please email us at dbrighouse@rahway.net and let us ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — The plan, to be honest, if Saturday's 7th and 8th Grade Academy PTO car wash hadn't raised very many funds, was to emphasize the effort. After all, what was really important was that parents and students and members of the community came together to clean some cars and support the good ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — Rutgers President Jonathan Holloway and more than 40 presidents of colleges and universities in New Jersey are urging members of Congress to double the maximum Pell Grant awards as they consider the federal budget. A letter sent to the members of the state’s congressional ...

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Here is a rhyme, Cars full of grime And what do you think we should do? To the Academy come over With your Jeep or your Rover. They'll make your ride clean and brand new. RAHWAY, NJ — The Rahway 7th and 8th Grade Academy PTO is holding a car wash fundraiser by the flagpole on ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — Rahway's Tuesday evening Board of Education (BOE) meeting was abruptly adjourned by board members following repeated appeals from Board President Brittany Hale to allow Superintendent Dr. Patricia Camp to complete her remarks in response to questions previously asked by residents.

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Update: On September 20, the location of the BOE meeting was moved to the auditorium of Rahway High School. RAHWAY, NJ — With only a week before the bond referendum vote on Tuesday, September 28, residents are encouraged to attend Tuesday's Board of Education Regular meeting, at which time the ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — Roosevelt Elementary School PTA, located at 811 St. Georges Ave., just announced its first book fair of the year. It will take place all this week, Monday through Friday, September 20-24. It will also be open during Roosevelt's Back-to-School Night on Monday, September 20 at 6 p.m.

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Update: On September 20, the location of the BOE meeting was moved to the auditorium of Rahway High School. RAHWAY, NJ — There are several things taking place this week in town, even if we merely limit our focus, for the time being, to just a few of the meetings and events in the city and the ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — One might say that Darren Spaulding already spins the wheel of fortune in a figurative sense, in his day job as a teacher at the Rahway 7th & 8th Grade Academy. As anyone who teaches knows, the school day is filled with the unpredictable and the sometimes uncontrollable. On more ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — The Rahway Public Library has a number of activities for children and adults this week. Additionally, as a reminder, the entire month of September is Fine Amnesty month. Return your overdue library books in the month of September and your fines will be forgiven! This Week at the ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — There are a number of meetings and events in town this week. As always, this is not an exhaustive list. Readers who are aware of other activities in town that they'd like us to announce can email us at dbrighouse@tapinto.net. City: Monday, September 13, at 7 p.m.: City Council ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — TAPinto Rahway has been covering the bond referendum vote since first reporting on it on July 8. For subsequent coverage, readers can reference TAPinto articles from July 19, August 12, August 20, and September 6. The upcoming vote is scheduled for Tuesday, September 28. Polls are open ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — In these especially weird and trying times that we all find ourselves in, I know it becomes hard to even know or recall what normal even is anymore, never mind normal-ish. Should I even be making use of the suffix "-ish" in a formal journalistic piece? Is this a formal journalistic ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — On Tuesday, August 31, the Rahway Board of Education (BOE) met for its regular monthly meeting. Among the notable items discussed, several appointments and resignations featured prominently, along with Superintendent Dr. Patricia Camp and the BOE addressing the upcoming bond referendum ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — Teachers and staff members in the Rahway Public Schools returned to their respective buildings on Wednesday, September 1, only to find themselves back at home the following day in the wake of destructive and often catastrophic flooding in Rahway and throughout the state, as a result of ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — Rutgers University described its incoming 2025 class of 13,000 as "a resilient group ready for new challenges" and noted that it was "among the most diverse in university history." In doing so, it profiled a number of those incoming freshmen who will comprise that class. Among the ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — This week looks to be cloudy with a bit of rain but much cooler, with most days in the 70s. Teachers return to their school buildings and classrooms this Wednesday, in anticipation of the official start of the school year the following week. On Monday, August 30, at 8 p.m., there ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — This Wednesday, September 1, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway is teaming up with Union County and the Rahway Public Schools to offer a pop-up vaccine clinic from 5-7 p.m. at the Rahway 7th and 8th Grade Academy. In addition to free vaccines and COVID-19 testing, there ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — From Wednesday to Friday this week, August 25-27, wacky and wild science fun is taking place in Rahway Park! The Zany Scientists have arrived, and they're determined to educate, entertain, and enlighten, all while trying not to melt in the 90-plus degrees that we're presently ...

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NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ — A nonprofit activist group and 18 students have filed a lawsuit challenging Rutgers’ university-wide COVID-19 vaccine student mandate. Scotch Plains-based attorney Julio Gomez, who is representing Georgia-based Children’s Health Defense and the students, argued in the ...

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RAHWAY, NJ — TAPinto Rahway reached out to several members of the Rahway Board of Education (BOE) yesterday, asking if any additional news related to the September 28th bond referendum vote was available, particularly regarding possible upcoming information sessions for the public. We were able to ...

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This is a reprint of an article TAPinto Rahway published on July 8 related to the impending September 28th special election on the bond referendum. It provides information related to several of the questions readers have been asking and also includes links to other sources. We are currently ...

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