CARTERET – Eight students from Carteret High School recently completed a semester at Middlesex County Arts High. Students are selected for the program through an audition process.
Since the publication of “The FairTax Book” by a radio announcer (who is paid to recommend products on his radio show) there are people who believe all of its claims, perhaps because of its concocted name and its one-sided claims.
Federal regulators recently announced a move that could deprive millions of low-income Americans of one of modern life’s necessities — the telephone.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. economy added just 54,000 jobs in May, leaving the unemployment rate at 9.1 percent.
ROSELLE — Mayor Garrett Smith, facing a strong challenge from former Councilman Joseph O’Halloran, is defending his record and questioning the qualification of his opponent.
LINDEN — Two council members who are being challenged for re-election voted to raise taxes by about $100 in a preliminary budget but some political insiders say homeowners should prepare for worse news after the June 7 primary election.
NEW BRUNSWICK – What started off as a wish fulfilled for one young person being treated for cancer has grown into a spectacular evening of pomp and pageantry for dozens of teen hematology/oncology patients. They won’t soon forget their night at the prom.
TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie has signed legislation to bar those convicted of crimes from serving on school boards and requiring board members to undergo criminal checks has been signed into law.
EDISON – Current Wardlaw-Hartridge junior Aryaman Nichani spoke to his Upper School classmates on the morning of May 24 about his many years of visiting Special School for the Severely Orthopedically Handicapped (SSSOH) in Chennai, India.