Since Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia clearly isn’t going to take the time to actually read the health care reform law before he decides whether or not it’s constitutional, maybe he and a couple of his buddies on the High Court can catch a screening of “The Hunger Games”, the movie about children battling each other to the death in a futuristic America, renamed Panem.
In Seoul last week President Obama announced a major new deal with Belgium, France and the Netherlands to reduce the amount of highly-enriched uranium used to create medical isotopes. Under the new deal, the three countries will soon start making isotopes only from low-enriched uranium — the much safer nuclear material that isn’t useful for terrorists or rogue nations looking for a quick way to damage a city by exploding a dangerous bomb.
A Kansas property owner recently challenged the $7.5 million award of court-appointed appraisers in an eminent domain matter, only to have the award reduced to $6.95 million at trial based on evidence of the property’s value from a prior tax appeal.
NEW BRUNSWICK – A North Brunswick man was arrested and charged with abducting a 20-year-old woman at gunpoint on a city street and attempting to sexually assault her Friday morning, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Director Anthony A, Caputo of the New Brunswick Police Department announced.
NEW BRUNSWICK — Authorities are actively searching for a motorist who fled after striking and killing a 52-year-old pedestrian who was on her way to church Friday evening, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Anthony A. Caputo, director of the New Brunswick Police Department, announced.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK – A Plainsboro man was arrested and charged with causing a drunk-driving crash in which one of his passengers was killed early Saturday morning, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Chief Raymond Hayducka of the South Brunswick Police Department announced.
LINDEN — The Linden Public Library and 4-H Master Tree Stewards of Union County present “A Celebration of Trees” at the library on April 28, from 2 – 4:30 p.m. The program will include tree story reading, leaf rubbing, tree games, oil touch drawing, and estimating the age of trees.