STATE – The Mid-Atlantic Foundation for Safety and Education and the New Jersey State Police are teaming up to promote AAA’s Schools Open-Drive Carefully campaign by urging motorists to stay alert and be cautious while traveling in and around school zones as children return to school.
I’ve been struck by the baldness of Romney’s repetitive lies about Obama — that Obama ended the work requirement under welfare, for example, or that Obama’s Affordable Care Act cuts $716 billion from Medicare benefits.
SOMERVILLE – Two Roselle men have been indicted in connection with the New Year’s Eve stabbing of two men that left one dead, Somerset County Prosecutor Geoffrey D. Soriano announced.
NEWARK – The New Jersey State Board of Medical Examiners, within the State Division of Consumer Affairs, has temporarily suspended the license of Dr. Philip B. May, who is under investigation by the New Jersey Department of Human Services for allegedly conducting unauthorized research on patients with intellectual disabilities at the Hunterdon Developmental Center.
WESTFIELD–CONTACT We Care will host its 2012 annual Call of Hope Gala Thursday, October 25, at Shackamaxon Country Club in Scotch Plains to raise funds for programs and services and to promote awareness about the facts of personal crisis and suicide and the need for volunteer listeners.