• May 15Dance Company Performance Wednesday 5/22 at 5:30 - Woodbridge Community Center
  • December 21WMS Boys Basketball Plays AMS today at 4:00 in AMS
  • October 16WMS softball team plays Avenel in the playoff game today at WHS, 6:00!
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President Harry Truman warns about the Cold War

Rose Pena, Editor Jan 9, 2023

Today marked 70 years since former President Harry Truman warned Americans about the Cold War in his State of the Union address in 1952.  On January 9th, 1952, 33rd President Harry Truman had his State...

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Roald Amundsen becomes first explorer to reach the South Pole

Rose Pena, Editor Dec 14, 2022

110 years ago today, Norwegian explorer, Roald Amundsen, became the first person in history to reach the South Pole on December 14th, 1911. He beat his rival, British explorer, Robert Falcon Scott.  Roald...

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This Day In History: December 1st 1955 Rosa Parks Bus Boycott

Valerie Ramirez, Author Dec 2, 2021

Rosa Parks Ignites Bus Boycott In Montgomery, Alabama on December 1st 1955, Rosa was sent to jail for refusing to give up her seat on a bus. Because of her arrest African American activists called for...

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“LBJ forms commission to investigate Kennedy assassination”

Rosangie Pena, Author Nov 30, 2021

8 days after JFK, the 35th president of the United States, was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, The acting vice president, LBJ, formed a commission to investigate Kennedy’s assassination. “The Warren...

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This Day In History: November 29th

Valerie Ramirez, Author Nov 29, 2021

Coffee rationing begins. In 1942 coffee joins the list of items rationed (allow each person to only have a fixed amount of) in the U.S. Regardless of record coffee production in Latin American countries,...

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This Day In History: October 12th

Lyana Rolon, Editor Oct 12, 2021

Exactly 21 years ago, there was a suicide bomb attack. 17 sailors unfortunately passed away due to the bomb.

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This Day In History 10/8/1871 The Great Chicago Fire tore through the city.

Christopher Joy, Editor Oct 8, 2021

Around 150 years ago, the Great Chicago Fire tore through the west side of the city.The blazes took many lives of the people in Chicago. The fire destroyed thousands of buildings leaving 10’s of thousands...

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This Day In History: March 4th

Janae Li, Editor Mar 4, 2021

On this day in history in 1933, Franklin D. Roosevelt took office as America’s 32nd president.  Roosevelt served as president for twelve years, as he ran for a third term due to concerns of the threat...

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This Day in History-November 13

Gabriella Rodriguez, Editor Nov 13, 2020

On November 13, 1927, The Holland Tunnel in New York to the public. The Holland Tunnel allows cars to pass between Lower Matthen and New Jersey under the Hudson River.  

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This Day in History-November 10

Gabriella Rodriguez, Editor Nov 10, 2020

On November 10th,1493,Antigua was discovered by Christopher Columbus during his second expedition.  

This Day in History-October 30

This Day in History-October 30

Gabriella Rodriguez, Editor Oct 30, 2020

On this day, we know it as Mischief Night. The mischievous day before Halloween. It is where all the children and teenagers play pranks on each other and overall create chaos at any chance they get.  Mischief...

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This Day in History: October 28th

Harnit Kaur, Editor Oct 28, 2020

  On October 28th, 1886, The Statue of Liberty, a gift from France celebrating the alliance between France and America, was fully constructed on Liberty Island. The statue was designed by Frédéric...

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