At the beginning of a new year, many Americans try to get healthy and kick bad habits. If you smoke, quitting should be at the top of your list.
For 220 years, power has moved from Congress, courts, states and the people to the presidency, a trend that has taken giant steps during the Bush and Obama years.
This is in response to the op-ed article that appeared on Dec. 21, 2009, “Giving Away Our Store.” Michele Byers claims the state would give away a steady source of income if a bill clarifying adverse possession claims becomes law.
The beginning of a new year is a great time to get your priorities in order and to set goals for the next 365 days. ACOG urges women to put health at the top of their 2010 to-do lists. Remember these healthy living tips:
We end this year with a wish for our readers to enjoy health, happiness and good news in the year ahead. Too often, good news seemed to be in short
supply in 2009.
Most of us view the Jersey Shore as a place for a summer vacation or a day at the beach. But to Derickson W. Bennett, the coast was much more: a complex ecosystem, a habitat for wildlife, and a way of life. Our coast lost what may have been its greatest advocate when Dery passed away on Dec. 15 at the age of 79.
BY JEFF TITTEL COMMENTARY While most people are preparing for the holiday season, the builders in New Jersey are busy trying to undermine the protection of our water supplies. Jeff Tittel Two bills that will be up for a vote…
Thirty-nine percent of Americans are less “in the mood” to celebrate the holidays this season than they were last year, nearly twice as many as say they are more in the mood (21%), a new Zogby Interactive poll shows.
Governor-elect Chris Christie earned fame by slapping handcuffs on dozens of corrupt politicians but now Assemblyman Joseph Cryan is trying to shackle the new governor by preventing him from reorganizing the government.
Gov.-elect Chris Christie has made some very good decisions as the incoming chief executive of New Jersey. The outgoing governor has seen fit to promote, appoint and generally impair the plans, which Gov.-elect Christie set forth in his campaign.