Union Talent Front and Center at Chatham Playhouse's Production of "Grease"

April 19, 2018

CHATHAM, NJ – Union will be well represented in the Chatham Playhouse’s upcoming performance of “Grease”, the 96th season for the Chatham Community Players. 

Union High School’s James Mosser is the director and Jennifer Williams the choreographer.  "Grease is probably one of the most recognizable musicals of all time and it is so exciting to bring ...

What is Special Services?

UNION, NJ - The Union Special Education Parent Advisory Group will host a meeting when Union school district representative will share information and updates about the Township of Union School District Special Education Department and related services.

Representatives scheduled to attend include Kim Conti, Director of Special Services, and Joseph Seugling and Latesha Jenkins, ...

Students at Burnet Middle School Honor African American History With Special Museum

UNION, NJ – A museum exhibition entitled “Black History is American History” detailing the 400-year history of African American contributions to American society was held recently at Burnet Middle School.

Social studies teachers Allison Sheahen, Joseph Costello, Thomas O’Reilly and Thomas Scarano had their students research, design, and present the exhibition.
The ...

Battle Hill Students Turn an Idea into a Charitable Business

UNION, NJ – At Battle Hill Elementary School’s recent Vendor Night, fourth grade Gifted & Talented students had an opportunity to preview the business project they created in preparation for the upcoming district-wide fourth-grade Young Entrepreneur Challenge.

“It all started with a piece of paper,” said Ava Soares, one of the Gifted & Talented students. She and ...

Jefferson School's First Ever S.T.E.M Fair

UNION, NJ - The S.T.E.M Fair was an idea that came from students as part of Jefferson School's Leadership Program.

Along with Jefferson School teacher Nicole Jacinto, students came up with their experiments for exhibition at the fair.  "The students have been working on their projects for about a month and this is a great turn out tonight," said Jefferson ...

Union Police Officers to 'Park and Walk' to Check Township Schools

UNION, NJ – In light of recent school violence, a Park and Walk initiative has been announced by the Union Police Department, in cooperation with the Township Committee and Union schools.

The initiative, as described by Union Sgt. Anthony Cavallo, sends Union police officers to township schools on a random basis.  An officer will park outside of a school building and walk around the ...

Connecticut Farms PTA Spring Clothing Drive

UNION, NJ - A clothing drive to fundraise for the Connecticut Farms Elementary School Playground project will be held on Saturday, April 7, from 8:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.  All funds raised will go toward the CFESPTA.

The clothing drive is open to the following items:  new or gently used men, women or children's clothing, shoes, purses, belts, bed and bath linens and stuffed ...

'Hidden in Plain Sight' - Information About a Teen's Bedroom and the Story It May Tell

UNION, NJ – As a parent, it’s not always easy to determine whether a child may be experimenting with or using drugs or alcohol. 

“Hidden in Plain Sight”, an upcoming presentation at Union High School, provides parents with clues from a teen’s bedroom that may help to determine if their child is using drugs or alcohol, and most importantly, how to help the ...

Scenes from Saturday's 'March for Our Lives' Event in Union

UNION, NJ – Over 500 students, parents, public officials, and activists marched and gathered in Union Saturday morning for the Union County ‘March for Our Lives’ event.  The student-led march, which called on the U.S. government for stricter gun laws and memorialized the 17 people killed in Parkland, Florida last month, was one of hundreds of March for Our ...

Union High School Class of 1998 Planning 20th Reunion

UNION, NJ - Has it really been almost 20 years since you graduated from high school?

The Union High School class of 1998 will be celebrating their 20 Year Reunion on July 13 and are looking for former classmates to help spread the word.

The event will be at the Galloping Hill Golf Course, 3 Golf Dr, Kenilworth.  Tickets are $105.00 per person, which includes dinner and ...

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Thu, April 19, 3:00 PM

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Free Living History Event Showcases World War I Centennial

April 19, 2018

The Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders invites residents and visitors to experience battlefield life as a World War I American Salvation Army volunteer, featuring Ms. Laurie MacDonald-Gaulke, actress and storyteller, in a special free presentation of “Doughnuts for Doughboys: A Salvation Army Lassie in France.”

Doughnuts for Doughboys takes place on Tuesday, April 25 at ...