STATE — President Obama’s approval rating slid among New Jersey voters as they become more pessimistic about the direction of the country, according to the most recent poll by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind™.
In this day and age, we often strive to do ‘good’, and to have ‘good’ done for us…
So many are currently homeless, helpless, and most of all, hopeless…
Pastors Paul and Karen Yuschak try to bring that hope back…
RAHWAY – Stand-up comedy never stood so tall as “Everybody Loves Raymond’s” famous wisecracker shows why he’s one of today’s funniest stars.
You could save a bunch of money by shunning “Shrek Forever After”—even more if it’s the 3-D version you’re evading—and renting a DVD of “It’s a Wonderful Life” (1946) for Junior to view instead.
ELIZABETH — Six city council candidates who are challenging the regular political organization have purchased $35,000 worth of television airtime to broadcast a message that accuses political insiders of being corrupt.
UNION COUNTY – Political insiders say voters here are not ready for a black sheriff while others point to Barack Obama as evidence that the racial divide has been broken in America.
LINDEN — A top Democrat is asking Council President Robert Bunk to get rid of money given to him by crooks.
ROSELLE — In a bold departure from standard practice, Congressman Donald Payne came to the borough to deliver a stirring endorsement of Rev. James Moore, a candidate for councilman at large with the Column B Democrats for Change.
RAHWAY — Freeholder Rick Proctor’s plan to retire as the city health director and from his elected post is being cited as an example of the abuse that put state pension funds deep in debt.
ELIZABETH — Three city council candidates say residents suffer because New Jersey’s tax structure is unfair and voters have failed to remove corruption from government.