Why is the White House trying to scare average people about the consequences of the “fiscal cliff?”
Former Governor Mitt Romney ran a very competitive race for the Presidency, but the anatomy of his defeat marks a real turning point for the Republican Party. The white vote is shrinking and an African-American candidate can win nationally with less than 40 percent of white support.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — A new World Bank report warns that time may be running out to temper the rising risks of undesirable climate change.
TRENTON — Your home has been damaged and you want to get it back to where it was before Hurricane Sandy. Or, maybe you’re looking to rebuild and need smart ideas on how to make your next home stronger and safer than your last. Knowledgeable and reliable advice will be available at a nearby home improvement store.
UNION COUNTY – In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, the Union County Board of Chosen Freeholders would like to notify county residents whose homes suffered any flooding or structural damage due to the super-storm that they may be eligible for a reduction to their property tax assessment.
WEST TRENTON — The New Jersey Office of Emergency Management is closely monitoring an approaching storm in partnership with the National Weather Service. The NJOEM is anticipating a wintry mix of wet snow and rain throughout portions of New Jersey’s central and northern counties.
NEWARK – With a blast of winter weather predicted to move into the region late Monday evening, NJ Transit is taking proactive steps to give customers additional travel options.