HILLSIDE – Charlene Walker of Community Access Unlimited has been named the 2011 New Jersey Direct Support Professional of the Year by the American Network of Community Options and Resources (ANCOR).
SOUTH AMBOY – The South Amboy Branch YMCA extended a special congratulations to several Y employees that graduated this month.
LINDEN — Diana Perrine of Linden School No. 10 reflects on the meaning of Flag Day and the sacrifice our armed forces make every day
EDISON — Shawn Zwonar of Edison, an engineering science student who graduated from Middlesex County College in May, received the 2010-2011 Edison Chamber of Commerce/Annamae Baerenbach Annual Business Scholarship. The award was presented at the chamber’s annual meeting June 14.
President Obama demonstrates his utter contempt for the American people — and the law — when he says the War Powers Resolution does not apply to his intervention in Libya because, as the White House put it, “U.S. operations do not involve sustained fighting or active exchanges of fire with hostile forces, nor do they involve U.S. ground troops.”
I’d like to send what we have in Vermont to Texas. Rain – lots of it. So much that here in Montpelier, streets, basements and businesses have been awash.
Listen closely and what you will hear, beneath the babble of political chatter and other mindless political noises distracting you from what’s really going on, are the dying squeals of the Fourth Amendment.
MIAMI, Fla. – South Amboy native Jack McKeon has once again been called upon to manage the Florida Marlins.
TRENTON – Members of several public employee unions marched on the State House again today, in the so-called “Second Battle of Trenton” organized by the New Jersey Education Association. However, the Revolutionary War-themed protest did little to deter the state Senate from passing the controversial pension and health care benefit reform bill.