MONTCLAIR – The Kean University women’s soccer team battled rival Montclair State University to a 1-1 double overtime tie in New Jersey Athletic Conference action on Wednesday evening.
ELIZABETH – Elizabeth High School student Alberto Carrion and Band Director Wayne Dillon have been selected to be a part of the 2011 U.S. Army All-American Marching Band.
Domestic violence affects two million women in the US each year. It affects women from all social, racial, ethnic, and economic backgrounds.
Many bad ideas go under the rubric “Keynesian economics,” but perhaps the worst is that government spending — no matter what kind — can genuinely stimulate of an economy and increase the general welfare.
The Engine Repower Council strongly supports the Motor Vehicle Owners’ Right to Repair Act (S 3181/HR 2057) to protect each motorist’s right to patronize the auto repair facility of their choice.
In the past few weeks New Jersey has seen lots of rain, including flooding in some areas of the state. So those with damp basements and spongy yards may be surprised to hear that we’re still under a statewide drought watch.
This year, the United States Supreme Court reversed years of precedent limiting how corporations may spend money to influence elections. This decision will substantially increase the importance of corporate influence in politics—both in determining who gets elected and how they decide once they are in office.
COLONIA — A Colonia woman has been arrested and charged with stealing $270,000 from the attorney trust account at her husband’s law office, where she worked as a secretary, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced today.
LINDEN — Mayor Richard Gerbounka is canceling the Halloween parade the city has held annually for the last 60 years and he predicted there is even more scary news on the horizon.