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United Airlines flight attendant, Mary Ellen O'Neil, from Clark, tries to persuade 4-year-old, Anuoluwapo Ekundayo, from Orange, to share his potato chips as they wait to board a "Fantasy Flight," to North Pole.
Neck pain is a common nagging condition that many of us experience. When one experiences an episode of neck pain, symptoms can range from throbbing, soreness and achiness to burning, searing, tingling, and shooting pain.
Let it snow?! Did you have a fun snow day or a stressful one? How did you spend it? Build a snowman? Drink some hot cocoa? Take a pretty picture of Clark or Garwood? Tell Patch your snow stories and send us your photos! We'll publish them in a gallery to share.
The Clark and Garwood public school districts had few reported instances of violence, vandalism, harassment, intimidation and bullying during the 2012-13 school year, according to Violence and Vandalism data released by the state on Thursday.
The township's municipal court judge is facing possible disciplinary action in connection with his relationship with a councilman in Garwood, where he also serves as judge.
UNION COUNTY - The Christie Administration on Dec. 4 announced the approval of $507.7 million in state funds to help finance the cost of 1,538 individual school construction projects in 331 school districts throughout the state, including districts in Union County.
On Tuesday, Dec. 3, teachers at Franklin Elementary School in Rahway volunteered to stay after school hours to participate in a CPR class taught by Jamie Wronski, a certified CPR trainer and physical education teacher at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark.
In Poland, according to the Roman Catholic tradition, Christmas celebrations begin on Dec. 24, with the "Wigilia" a dinner prepared with special traditional foods and singing of "Koledy" Christmas Carols at midnight Mass.
Whether you're looking to move to the Clark area, or are hoping to find a new place in the town you already call home, here's the list you need.
A Cranford woman has been charged with attempted murder in connection with an incident in which she allegedly set her vehicle on fire with two children inside last month, acting Union County Prosecutor Grace H. Park and New Jersey State Police Superintendent Rick Fuentes announced Tuesday.
Students from Frank K. Hehnly Elementary, Carl H. Kumpf Middle School, and Arthur L. Johnson High School performed at the Clark Tree Lighting Festival Sunday, Dec. 1. The ensembles included Meghan Bowers' select choir from Hehnly, Flora Alexander's choir from Carl H. Kumpf and Rachel Bollaro's choir and marching band from ALJ.
The holiday season is a time of reflection for many people, including myself. More importantly, it is a time when I realize how thankful I am for all of the people in my life, including my family, my friends, and patients that I have had the pleasure of serving throughout my career, and patients I have met over the past year.