CLARK – Has the future already been written? Is the supernatural a reality? Can ancient secrets by revealed? Will the world come to an end? Is there life after death? Does God exist?
TRENTON – A bill which would permit the development of solar, photovoltaic and wind energy facilities on closed landfills or quarries was approved by the Senate Environment and Energy Committee last week by a vote of 4-0.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – New Jersey Peace Action and Peace Action NYS are offering free tickets to the opening night of the film “Countdown to Zero” on Friday, July 23.
EDISON — The Edison Elks lodge recently awarded 10 scholarships at the lodge. The awards were given to members’ children and grandchildren that graduated this year and are planning to further their education at a college.
YORK, Pa.– The Newark Bears blasted the York Revolution 9-6 in the series finale on Sunday afternoon at Sovereign Bank Stadium in York, Pennsylvania.
KANNAPOLIS, NC – In game one of a Sunday doubleheader Intimidators starter Justin Collup held Lakewood to one run in seven innings.
STATE — On Saturday, June 19 the New Jersey Metro Chapter of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society held its annual scholarship award ceremony.
Over the last half century, the government has repeatedly kept information secret because it would be embarrassing.
New Jersey’s state parks are getting greener. Fourteen are scheduled for energy-efficient capital improvements. Greener energy in the parks means a greener environment … and more of the other kind of green left in taxpayer pockets.
SPOTSWOOD – At an appearance in Spotswood yesterday, Gov. Chris Christie proposed cutting school superintendents’ salaries to help taxpayers save money.
TRENTON –A former NJ Transit police officer was sentenced to five years in state prison today for possessing nearly four pounds of marijuana in his car which he intended to sell, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced.
STATE – New Jersey’s Division of Taxation began mailing out 2009 property tax reimbursement checks to seniors this week.
CLARK – Kenneth Knops took over as the superintendent of Clark’s public school district this month, after serving in the same role in Branchburg’s school district.