METUCHEN — The Tui brothers auditioned for and were accepted in the New Jersey Junior High Honors Choir. Ted, a ninth grader at Metuchen High School, and Romeo, an eighth grader at Edgar Middle School, performed a variety of choral selections with select students from all parts of New Jersey.
The U.S. is destroying itself to feed foreign energy markets. Anyone who has witnessed the coal extraction process known as mountaintop removal (MTR) has been shocked. The name is perfectly descriptive—tops of mountains are blasted away and bulldozed into valleys to expose underlying coal seams that can be cheaply and efficiently extracted.
The Justice Department has been increasingly eager to prosecute officials for leaks of classified information, charging six individuals with disclosures that violate the Espionage Act just since the start of 2009. But at the same time, the government itself has lost track of hundreds of boxes filled with classified documents at its main records storage site, the Washington National Records Center.
Who’s an economy for? Voters in France and Greece have made it clear it’s not for the bond traders.
NEW BRUNSWICK — Police are investigating the fatal shooting of a New Brunswick man who was killed in his home Friday afternoon, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Anthony A. Caputo, director of the New Brunswick Police Department said.
STATE — Children’s Specialized Hospital and Kohl’s Cares are co-hosting free carnivals in May 12 at three different locations. The two have partnered together in an effort to educate the public about children with special needs.
JOINT BASE MCGUIRE-DIX-LAKEHURST– Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst is set to open its doors to the community for a special open house and air show weekend on May 12 and 13.