TRENTON – Assembly Transportation Committee Chair John S. Wisniewski pointed to a new study published on Tuesday in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine as a sign that the new teen driving restrictions New Jersey enacted in 2010 are helping to save lives and prevent more crashes.
CLARK–Students from Cindy Golinowski’s second period fashion marketing class at Arthur L. Johnson High School in Clark are busy at work in the Media Center using various fashion magazines and the internet to research how globalization has affected the fashion industry and the impact of the fashion industry on the United States and world economies.
PERTH AMBOY – On Friday, detectives from the Special Investigations Bureau of the Perth Amboy Police Department arrested two men and seized drugs with an estimated street value of approximately $30,000 as the result of a surveillance operation.
I thought the third and last presidential debate was a clear win for the President. He displayed the authority of the nation’s Commander-in-Chief – calm, dignified, and confident. He was assertive without being shrill, clear without being condescending. He explained to a clueless Mitt Romney the way the world actually works.
NEW BRUNSWICK — October is national SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) Awareness Month and recognized by the State of New Jersey through a proclamation signed by Gov. Chris Christie, calling attention to one of the leading causes of infant mortality.