EDISON – Kelsey Hart, a graduating senior at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School, was honored at the NJSIAA 18th Annual Scholar/Athlete Awards Program & Luncheon last month.
ELIZABETH – Bank of America again this year reinforced its commitment to helping build and support the communities it serves with a grant of $7,500 to Community Access Unlimited (CAU) for use in the agency’s employment services programs.
LAWRENCEVILLE — Rider University’s colleges of Business Administration; Continuing Studies; Liberal Arts, Education, and Sciences; and Westminster College of the Arts have announced the names of undergraduate students who have been placed on the Dean’s List for the spring 2011 semester.
CLARK — Clark UNICO President Ralph Bernardo is sworn in by UNICO National President Chris DiMattio at the chapter’s recent installation dinner at Aliperti’s in Clark. (Photo courtesy of Clark UNICO)
CLARK — The Drama Club of St. Agnes School performed the hit musical Grease this spring.
Today, every time a consumer swipes a debit card, the business pays a fee of 1 to 3 percent to the bank that issued the card. These fees average 44 cents per transaction — but on July 21, a new policy will go into effect limiting them to 12 cents for big banks.
Republicans in Congress are aggressively attacking the Clean Water Act – a landmark 1970 law created the year after Ohio’s horrifically polluted Cuyahoga River spontaneously burst into flame.
Just a few days after being named recipient of the 2011 “Guardian of Barnegat Bay” award, Governor Chris Christie vetoed a bill that would have given towns more options for fighting the main source of pollution choking the bay.
The militarization of American police—no doubt a blowback effect of the military empire—has become an unfortunate part of American life. In fact, it says something about our reliance on the military that federal agencies having nothing whatsoever to do with national defense now see the need for their own paramilitary units.