Dear EarthTalk: Coastal areas here in the U.S. have taken a real beating in recent years due to natural disasters that many would argue are due to changing climate. What’s being done to safeguard these communities for when, say, the next Katrina hits? — Helen Kelman, Troy, NY
CAP DRAA, Morocco – The sun barely peeked over the horizon when the stillness was shattered by the roar of artillery. The son of a Roselle Park couple crawled out of his tent into the southern Moroccan morning to begin another day.
CRANFORD — Cranford High School student and senior class president Colleen Jones was honored with a barbecue and party at Atria Cranford on Tuesday, June 14.
DURHAM, N.H. – Two Elizabeth sudents have been named to the Dean’s List at the University of New Hampshire for the spring semester of the 2010 – 2011 academic year.
TRENTON – The state Senate approved a $30.6 billion state budget proposal sponsored by Democrats, 23-15 this afternoon.
FREEHOLD — A Monmouth County grand jury indicted a 34-year-old Plainfield man yesterday, charging him with shooting his ex-girlfriend outside a Hazlet diner in February.
(StatePoint) In recent years, many cities and towns across the nation have made the tough choice to scale back or cancel longstanding Fourth of July traditions, due to stretched budgets
WESTFIELD – Union County is offering a five-part “Balanced Living” course in August that provides reliable, common sense guidance for achieving a healthier approach to life.
One common misconception among many people who rent their homes is that they are covered under their landlord’s insurance in case of an accident, burglary, or other disaster.