SUMMIT — A Summit man was indicted last week in Union County after an investigation revealed that he allegedly sexually abused a young boy on a regular basis over a period of six years, Union County First Assistant Prosecutor Albert Cernadas Jr. announced.
TRENTON – The state Supreme Court today upheld Kyleigh’s Law, which was intended to protect young drivers by making law enforcement more aware of them so the rules of New Jersey’s Graduated Driver’s License can be more easily enforced.
LONDON — Nick Delpopolo of Westfield, a member of the U.S. Olympic judo team, has been expelled from the games after testing positive for marijuana.
TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie signed a bipartisan tenure reform bill today, updating the oldest tenure law in the nation. The new legislation offers tools to identify effective and ineffective teachers, strengthen the supports available to help all teachers improve their craft, and, for the first time, tie the acquisition, maintenance, and loss of tenure to a teacher’s effectiveness in the classroom.
PERTH AMBOY – VFW Post #663 has dissolved, a victim of time. According to former Post Commander Stanley Lease, the majority of the post’s members were World War II veterans and it wasn’t able to recruit enough younger veterans to sustain itself.
Under the blazing Arizona sun stands an encampment of military tents filled with some 2,000 people. They battle the heat by positioning themselves in front of a few large fans, but they are of little use when temperatures reach 145 degrees. Stun fences surround the perimeter, with four Sky Watch Towers bearing down on the occupants. Facial recognition software and K-9 units keep track of the people moving about, longing for their freedom.