I was disappointed earlier this month when I read Mayor Kennedy’s address to the city of Rahway. In the middle of economic uncertainty, many Rahway residents are struggling to pay high taxes, sewer, and water bills.
Now that H1N1 vaccine is plentiful in New Jersey, everyone who can should protect themselves and their families by getting vaccinated. Vaccination is our safest and most effective tool to prevent influenza and stay healthy.
Why have prosecutors refused to return Karen Golding’s computers and blackberry, which were seized at the time of her arrest in February 2006? Golding contends that her computer contains evidence of a three-year long sexual relationship between her and Joe…
Last week’s news was dominated by the pomp and ceremony of Governor Chris Christie’s inauguration.
Less noticed was the flurry of activity by former Governor Jon Corzine in his final days in office.
Consumers’ chronic pain at the pump is returning with gas prices 67 percent higher than a year ago and probably heading back toward $3 a gallon soon.
The recent election for US Senator in Massachusetts has some lessons. Andrew Jackson was the first President to say “rotation in office” is the mark of democracy. Inheriting a political position or keeping it for life is a mark of aristocracy, which is anti-democratic.
As a New Jersey resident raised in the Roman Catholic Church, I would like to know what is a civil union and what is a domestic partnership?
New Jersey is home to the bog turtle, one of the nation’s 10 most endangered species, according to a new report, America’s Hottest Species. Produced by the Endangered Species Coalition in conjunction with other wildlife conservation groups, the report identifies animals and plants most threatened by global climate change.
For almost 25 years, I was a smoker. I began this unhealthy habit at a young age because I thought it was cool. I wish now that someone had explained then what it had taken me 25 years to realize: Not only did I put myself at risk, I may have endangered the ones I love because of the harmful effects of second-hand smoke exposure.
“Never look a gift horse in the mouth,” but that is exactly what the State of New Jersey has recently done by cutting funds to the New Jersey Poison Information and Education System (NJPIES), and potentially foregoing federal funds of over $150,000.