Christie Seeks Federal Disaster Aid For Areas Impacted By Oct. Storm

TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie is seeking a federal disaster declaration for 11 New Jersey counties sustaining damage as a result of a strong, unseasonable storm that brought early snow, heavy rain, and high winds to the state on Oct. 29. The storm’s conditions included high winds, rain, snow, and mixed freezing precipitation, coastal, stream and river flooding, downed trees and power lines, and associated widespread power outages.

Three Ways For Patriots To Give

Veterans Day 2011 may be behind us, but Americans are always eager to support those who have fought for our country and their families. No matter what you see on cable news, with all the divisive politics and both parties accusing the other of not loving America, most ordinary Americans love our country, and they are always ready to lend a hand.

Literacy Volunteers Recruiting New Tutors

PLAINFIELD – Literacy Volunteers of Union County (LVUC), a volunteer driven, non-profit organization dedicated to increasing the literacy of adults and their families in Union County, is now registering for the Winter 2012 New Tutor Training Workshop.

Victims Twice Over: Sex-Trafficked Women Are The Real Losers In The Obama Administration’s Decision To Cut USCCB Grant

Jerry Markon reported in the Washington Post recently that the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) will no longer be the primary recipient of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ human trafficking grant funding. HHS made this decision despite the fact that USCCB received the highest grant proposal score and was recommended by career HHS staff.