I thought the third and last presidential debate was a clear win for the President. He displayed the authority of the nation’s Commander-in-Chief – calm, dignified, and confident. He was assertive without being shrill, clear without being condescending. He explained to a clueless Mitt Romney the way the world actually works.
NEW BRUNSWICK — October is national SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) Awareness Month and recognized by the State of New Jersey through a proclamation signed by Gov. Chris Christie, calling attention to one of the leading causes of infant mortality.
NEWARK – Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs today announced a $7.7 million judgment against John Kot, of Garwood, and his multiple home improvement companies – including Roofing Police, Inc., which has used distinctive vehicles painted to resemble police squad cars.
EDISON — In November, New Jersey voters will be asked to approve the Building Our Future Bond Act, a capital investment in academic and research facilities at New Jersey’s colleges and universities. It aims to prepare students for a global economy, attract businesses, innovators and entrepreneurs, and power New Jersey’s economy into the future.
LINDEN – A group of 37 environmental and social groups and concerned residents known as the “Stop PurGen Coalition” have announced that their fight to defeat a proposed coal and carbon sequestration power plant in Linden is finally over.
STATE – Saturday, thousands of volunteers hit the beaches to participate in Clean Ocean Action’s (COA) 27th Annual Fall Beach Sweeps at 60 sites along the Jersey Shore. Volunteers removed and cataloged each piece of debris to document ongoing pollution issues. Robust crowds were reported up and down the coast.
The Garden State’s oldest weekly newspaper endorses President Barack Obama for reelection.