ELIZABETH — Senior students (pictured) from Benedictine Academy in Elizabeth gathered prior to the start of their annual three-mile Cancer Walkathon through the communities of Elizabeth and Hillside on October 2. The event was organized by the school’s Portuguese/American Club.
Here are some of the top stories circulating in New Jersey news media today: Rutgers expects $200M windfall with move to Big Ten Conference | NJ.COM Rutgers University expects to pull in at least an additional $200 million over 12 years…
Republicans are exercising the one power that the American People have not yet been able to take away from them: the power to destroy. Conservatives are “giddy” over shutting down the government. This is who they are.
In a case with the potential to save New Jersey’s utility customers billions of dollars on their electric bills, a federal district court this week declared Maryland’s effort to spur building of new power plants unconstitutional.
On the eve of the November election, the Christie administration has approved just three more application for charter schools in New Jersey, continuing its on-again, off-again relations with the charter movement.
STATE — Former Alaska Governor and 2008 Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin endorsed Republican Steve Lonegan in his bid for the United States Senate on Wednesday.
The asphalt rumbles like nothing you’ve ever heard or felt before…a symphony of horsepower in metal, rubber, plastic and dangerously powerful racing fuel. The flags of nations wave in the grandstands, complemented by the splashing advertisements of big name sponsors.
World Vasectomy Day is being held on Oct. 18, when surgeons around the world have undertaken to perform the operation, in many cases before a live audience while others will be filmed. The event will be launched in front of a live…
ROSELLE — A Roselle man is charged with posing as the owner of two foreclosed borough homes in order to rent them to tenants, then collecting thousands of dollars in rent payments during the course of more than six months, acting Union County Prosecutor Grace H. Park announced Wednesday.
Tom Clancy, who has died aged 66, was the author of gung-ho techno-military thrillers which generated many millions of dollars, a number of successful films, and a franchise of equally popular – and profitable – video games. In Clancy’s books,…