CLARK — Several world language students from Mother Seton Regional High School in Clark achieved national recognition for their excellent performance on the competitive National French examination sponsored by the American Association of Teachers of French.
ELIZABETH – United Way of Greater Union County (UWGUC) hosted its 2012 annual “Evening of Excellence” dinner at The Winfield Scott Ballroom in Elizabeth on Thursday, June 21.
SOUTH PLAINFIELD — Two Plainfield family members have been charged with murdering 53-year-old South Plainfield resident William Koonz, Jr., Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Chief James Parker of the South Plainfield Police Department announced.
TRENTON – Despite near across-the-board decreases in traffic-related fatalities at the halfway point in 2012, the Division of Highway Traffic Safety today urged drivers to stay safe on the roads during the July 4th holiday – roads that are expected to be heavily trafficked.
The election of 2012 raises two perplexing questions. The first is how the GOP could put up someone for president who so brazenly epitomizes the excesses of casino capitalism that have nearly destroyed the economy and overwhelmed our democracy. The second is why the Democrats have failed to point this out.
Health insurers avoided their worst case scenario last week — the prospect of the Supreme Court striking down the individual mandate but letting the rest of the health care law, especially profit-threatening consumer protections, go forward. Now the industry can focus on a goal it has had all along: getting rid of those pesky consumer protections.