RAHWAY – Rahway Superintendent of Schools Edward Yergalonis recently visited Madison School to encourage students to read.
TRENTON – Beginning in January 2011, New Jersey’s community colleges, in partnership with the New Jersey Department of Community Affairs and the New Jersey Business & Industry Association, will offer a comprehensive series of training courses to meet the federal and state requirements for New Jersey contractors performing renovation, repair and painting projects that may disturb lead-based paint in pre-1978 homes, child-care facilities and multi-family dwellings.
RAHWAY — On Nov. 30, students from Rahway High School and other area schools spent “A Morning with Leon Bass” at Kean University’s Holocaust Resource Center.
KEASBEY — Wakefern Food Corp., the largest retailer owned cooperative in the United States, celebrated the opening of an almost 90,000 sq. ft. extension to its existing warehouse facility in Keasbey with a ribbon-cutting ceremony last week.
PISCATAWAY — The Francis E. Parker Memorial Home, Inc. announced plans to expand into Monroe. The company purchased a 14-acre site earlier this month.
The government seems to delight in peddling paranoia, especially since 9/11. However, with this latest campaign to turn Walmart shoppers into domestic spies, their tactics have taken a sinister turn.
The national conversation on our fiscal health for the past few months has been about whether to extend the Bush-era tax cuts for households with incomes over $250,000, or to allow them to expire on December 31st.
The Internal Revenue Service recently launched an unprecedented effort to provide some oversight over the tax preparation industry, including approximately 27,000 New Jersey tax preparers.
The holidays are an extremely difficult time for those people struggling with drug addiction and, even more so, those closest to the addicts. I would know because I was one of these individuals struggling with drug addiction.