EDISON — Smiles mixed with learning as the Edison Fire Department promoted fire safety at the Middlesex County College Health and Safety Fair on Oct. 13.
NEWARK – On the 25th anniversary of the law that created the Toxic Release Inventory (TRI), U.S. Senators Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) and Robert Menendez (D-NJ) were joined by Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Lisa P. Jackson to celebrate improved transparency and environmental quality since the legislation passed in 1986.
UTICA, N.Y.—Businessman Herman Cain is now the runaway leader among Republican presidential primary voters with 45 percent, according to the latest an IBOPE Zogby interactive poll.
The combination of the debt-ceiling debate and the recent bankruptcy of a solar firm with a $535 million loan guarantee is certain to give energy subsidies a leading part in the Washington budget drama this fall.
NEPTUNE — New Jersey residents who sustained damage from Hurricane Irene have only two more weeks to register for assistance through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). The deadline is Oct. 31.
NEWARK–Halloween is an exciting time of year for children. The last thing that any parent wants is an accident or injury to ruin the holiday. However, roughly four times as many children aged 5-14 are injured while walking on Halloween evening as compared with other evenings of the year, and falls are a leading cause of injuries among children on that night.
Oct. 4 at 2:17 p.m. – In the vicinity of 45 Central Avenue, Officer Antonio Manata arrested Elizabeth resident Ksaidsme Barlow, 34, on outstanding warrants from East Orange, Plainfield, Scotch Plains and the Union County Sheriff’s Department for contempt of court. He was subsequently turned over to the Union County Sheriff’s Department.
TRENTON – When it comes to teens and driving, the statistics tell the story and illuminate the risks. The leading cause of death among teenagers is car crashes. In the past 10 years, more than 700 young drivers have lost their lives on New Jersey roads and every 10 minutes another teen is involved in a crash.
If you haven’t already jumped on the home energy-efficiency bandwagon, the good news is that several federal energy tax credits originally slated to end in 2010 were extended through December 31, 2011; but the not-so-good news is that these credits are worth significantly less and are more restrictive than before.