Students Learn They Have Power To Stop Bullying

RAHWAY – Students at Madison Elementary School in Rahway recently saw a play called “The Power of One” at an assembly on bullying. The program offers a message that every child has the power of one, the power to report and deal with bullying when they see it.

Kean Men’s Hoops Controls York, 69-57

QUEENS, N.Y. – Senior forward Jonathan Jones led three players in double-figures, opening the season with his second straight double-double in Kean’s 69-57 win over York College (N.Y.) in non-conference action on Wednesday evening.

What’s Really Best for Small Business

As a Certified Public Accountant and business owner, I know the impact of taxes up close and personal. And the claim that ending Bush-era tax cuts on income over a quarter of a million dollars will hurt the economy, reduce employment and burden small businesses is patently false. Let’s take a look at the evidence.

Blood On His Hands

As George W. Bush hawks his memoir, Decision Points, he seems especially driven to justify his decision to invade and occupy Iraq. He emphasizes how sickened he was at learning that Saddam Hussein had no weapons of mass destruction, though not too sick to kid about it at the White House correspondents’ dinner.

New Report Touts Success of New Jersey’s Adult Drug Courts

STATE — Khara Murphy had reached a fork in the road.

Facing five years in prison for crimes she committed to finance her drug habit, Murphy decided instead to apply for admission into the New Jersey Judiciary’s rigorous drug court program.