There is news of a plan to demolish the former Vocational Technical School in Perth Amboy and replace it with tenements for older people. This seems like another waste of resources given the need for additional space for high-school students.
A recent Washington Post article said a group of chemical industry lobbyists met at the exclusive Washington, DC Cosmos Club to develop a public relations strategy to “tamp down public concerns” around the safety of BPA. BPA is a chemical that has been linked to breast cancer, testicular cancer, low sperm count, miscarriage and other reproductive problems.
After years of alarmingly bad news, New Jersey’s honeybees may finally have something to buzz about!
To solve a problem, you have to know what causes the problem.
N.Y. Fish Inc. is recalling packages of I “Heart” N.Y. Fish brand smoked salmon—sold in New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Connecticut, Maryland, and several other states—because they could be contaminated with listeria.
If there is any silver lining to the cloud of sprawl that has spread its shadow across this state we live in, it may be this: New Jersey has an abundance of rooftops on which to mount solar panels!
Shipping giant FedEx just launched a multimillion-dollar marketing campaign against a congressional measure that would close a legal loophole that exempts the company from complying with the labor rules that govern all its competitors.
Are we genetically programmed or are we just influenced by our social surroundings and experiences? This controversy is usually overlooked, but has grown to become a heated debate. Psychologists have extensively studied personality and are split by whether our traits are determined by heredity or the environment. Although both sides have proven to have valid examples, scientists are motivated to discover the biggest contribution to individual personalities.
I attended the beautiful fireworks display in Clark on July 4th. As a veteran I was very disturbed that they didn’t begin the fireworks display with the National Anthem.
By David K. Rehbein
A young girl picking daisies opens one of the most infamous political ads ever devised. It is suggested her life is about to end violently and quickly as a nuclear mushroom cloud appears.