The Era of Rationing Begins

Supporters of health reform said it would never happen.

Maybe they got caught up in their own rhetoric. Maybe they just didn’t want to believe it was possible. But rationing in America has started.

Teachers Endorse Potosnak

WOODBRIDGE — On Monday, the New Jersey chapter of the American Federation of Teachers voted to endorse Ed Potosnak, Democratic Candidate for New Jersey’s 7th Congressional District.

Two Rutgers Students Accused Of Broadcasting Another Student’s Sex Life Online

NEW BRUNSWICK — Two Rutgers University students have been charged with invasion of privacy for secretly placing a camera in another student’s dormitory room and transmitting a sexual encounter on the internet, authorities announced today.

Carteret Steel Company Goes Green With $2 Million In Rooftop Solar Panels

CARTERET — On Wednesday, Sept. 22, Carteret Mayor Dan Reiman joined Robert Koch Jr., chairman of Skanska Koch, at a ribbon cutting ceremony to officially open a 426 kilowatt solar panel array on the roof of their 15-acre Carteret facility.

Parents More Involved In College Admissions Process, But Schools Philosophically Divided About How To Manage Them

NEW YORK, N.Y. — A new Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions survey of admissions officers at 387 of the nation’s top colleges and universities reveals that the phenomenon of the helicopter parent – a term given to parents who “hover” over their children – may be more prevalent than ever, but that schools are divided on how to address it.

Veterans Outreach & Benefit Forum

WOODBRIDGE — Woodbridge Township Mayor John E. McCormac, state Sen. Joseph Vitale and Middlesex County Freeholder Blanquita B. Valenti will host a “Veterans Outreach & Benefit Forum” at the Woodbridge Community Center on Saturday, Oct. 2 at 10 a.m.