CARTERET — The long awaited pier extension to the Veterans Memorial Fishing Pier at Carteret Waterfront Park is well into construction and is expected to conclude early this fall, according to Mayor Dan Reiman.
Dear EarthTalk: I have a carpet made out of recycled PET bottles in my baby’s room and I started noticing a lot of the fibers on our clothes and even in my mouth! Is it dangerous for me or my baby to be in contact with and possibly ingest these fibers? — Ashley Riccaboni, via e-mail
UTICA, N.Y. – A majority of likely voters doubt that America’s best days are still ahead and two-thirds believe that jobs lost in the recession won’t ever come back according to a new poll by IBOPE Zogby.
STATE – While New Jersey lawmakers failed to legalize same-sex marriage last year, Garden State voters support it according to a new poll by Public Policy Polling.
By Jason Alderman One indicator our economy is still hurting is that more and more people are postponing retirement. According to the Department of Labor, those over 55 and still working have increased steadily since the recession began – 28.9…
Each year, more than two million Americans are diagnosed with skin cancer, the most common form of cancer in the US.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – President Barack Obama signed a bipartisan compromise bill to raise the United States’ borrowing limit just hours before the nation faced default on its financial obligations on Tuesday, but the measure did not win the support of all of New Jersey’s Congressional delegation.
TRENTON — New Jersey’s seat belt usage rate rose for the 15th consecutive year to a record 94.51 percent, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Division of Highway Traffic Safety Acting Director Gary Poedubicky announced today.
President Obama and Democrats in Congress have seen dramatic deterioration of their public standing, driven by unyielding partisan Republican attacks and subterfuge aimed at creating disaffection among independent voters.
TRENTON – Approximately 135,000 seniors and disabled households throughout New Jersey will receive help with home cooling expenses this summer through the Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), Gov. Chris Christie announced Monday.