(StatePoint) As more kids than ever, at younger and younger ages, use the family computer for homework and play, it’s important for parents to teach their kids about Internet safety and security.
SUMMIT – Prosecutors announced two additional arrests in connection with the fatal beating of a 47-year-old Summit man, and said that charges against three previously-arrested suspects have been upgraded to felony murder.
NEW BRUNSWICK — Two more New Brunswick Parking Authority employees have been charged in a continuing investigation into the theft of thousands of dollars in parking fees, officials announced today.
STATE – A study funded in part by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey finds that a planned trans-Hudson passenger rail tunnel will boost home values near train stations on NJ TRANSIT lines by $19,000 on average.
NEWARK – The owner and operator of a Houston, Texas transportation company pleaded guilty Thursday to smuggling illegal aliens from Houston to locations on the eastern seaboard, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
STATE — Nearly 1,000 New Jersey residents with HIV/AIDS will be immediately enrolled in a new drug benefit program that will provide free AIDS medications to individuals between 300 and 500 percent of the federal poverty level, officials announced Thursday.
TRENTON – New Jersey’s front seat belt usage rate increased 1.06% in 2010 to a record 93.73%, up from 92.67% last year, Division of Highway Traffic Safety Director Pam Fischer announced Thursday.
Musical Theater • July 30 & 31 at 8 p.m. – Mystic Vision Players will present Aida at the Linden High School Theatre, 121 W. St. Georges Ave. Tickets are $15 for adults; $12 for students 17 and under. The July 29 show is a senior citizen (62+) benefit. Call 1-908-486-4144 for reservations.
I know I have no reason to complain. Even if I did squawk about not getting all those little projects done that I promised myself would NOT go undone this summer, no one would listen.
Back in the day, before the Women’s Lib movement officially began, a cynic shared a fear. He—I think it was a he—fretted that after the ladies finally won equality under the law, they’d proceed to develop the same bad habits usually thought the domain of their male counterparts.