UNION — The Occupy Wall Street movement has made the concentration of wealth at the top of society a central issue in American politics and some local citizens showed up on Morris Avenue to prove that Americans have power to change the situation.
STATE – Voters will head to the polls today to cast ballots for their state Legislators. In many communities, voters will also choose county and local officials.
NEWARK – The Office of the Attorney General, through the New Jersey Bureau of Securities within the Division of Consumer Affairs, has filed new charges in a lawsuit pending in State Superior Court, alleging that several individuals defrauded dozens of investors after raising approximately $8.5 million.
Life insurance has no one-size-fits-all option. Singles with no dependents often need little or no coverage. But it can be an important purchase for people whose families depend on their income to cover daily living costs, mortgage repayment, college, retirement or other major expenses.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Nearly half of middle school and high school students in a nationally representative survey experienced some form of sexual harassment during the 2010-11 school year, according to a new report from the American Association of University Women (AAUW.)
In August Hurricane Irene brought dramatic flooding to Vermont, dumping 11 inches of rain in 24 hours. Floodwaters washed away roads, homes, bridges, businesses, and the state’s emergency operations center, leaving a dozen mountain towns cut off from the outside world.
CLARK — Congressman Leonard Lance (R-NJ-7) will hold a town hall meeting on Wednesday, Nov. 9, in Clark.
Dear EarthTalk: Most gold mining operations use cyanide to extract gold from surrounding rock. What are the environmental implications of this, and are there alternatives? — J. Pelton, via e-mail
RAHWAY — The Merchants and Drovers Tavern Museum Association (MDTMA) will again host their popular Children’s Ghost Story Night at the Tavern on Saturday, Nov. 19 with three tours, the first beginning at 6 p.m.
STATE – This weekend, New Jersey residents will regain the hour of sleep they lost in the spring when daylight time began. Officially, clocks should be set back an hour at 2 a.m. on Sunday, Nov. 6, but most will probably do this before going to sleep on Saturday night.