Dear EarthTalk: In recent years the hotel industry began to green up operations, but has it yet gone beyond leaving out little cards to encourage you to re-use your towels and linens? — Mason Singer, St. Louis, MO
Mayor Wilda Diaz supports the failed Republican economic policies of George W. Bush, Chris Christie and Mitt Romney, including corporate welfare, austerity layoffs and privatization of public services and most voters agree she should be fired, so she is preparing…
BELLEVILLE – Strong, sexy Halloween costumes are top sellers for both men and women this year, according to the State Fair Halloween Superstore, a retailer specializing in costumes, accessories and decorations in Belleville.
(StatePoint) From economic uncertainty, to random acts of violence, to divisive politics — modern society has its pitfalls. And if the headlines have you down, you’re not alone. According to a recent Gallup study, three-quarters of the population is dissatisfied with the way things are going in the United States at this time.
CARTERET — The president of the Carteret teacher’s union received immunity from criminal prosecution in exchange for testimony about an alleged conspiracy to steal confidential student records, but authorities say high school teacher John Nartowicz is subject to possible administrative and civil charges that could result in him being permanently banned from teaching in the state of New Jersey.
PERTH AMBOY — While 20-year-old Deny Santana-Delora was bleeding badly after being stabbed on a recent Saturday night in downtown Perth Amboy, help was relayed from a frantic 9-1-1 caller through government employees to a non-profit organization that responds to similar calls from almost a dozen area communities.