CHARLESTON, WV – With two outs in the ninth and a three run lead, it looked like the BlueClaws were on their way to a comfortable 4-1 win.
CLARK – Nikki Makras is racing to eat as much watermelon as possible in one minute during a recent event at the Clark Recreation Department’s summer camp program.
DOVER – Several students from Union County received diplomas at the 2010 Dover Business College Commencement Ceremony, held Saturday, July 17.
Jersey girls have a mixed reputation. According to Bruce Springsteen, “nothing matters in this whole wide world, when you’re in love with a Jersey girl.” But thanks to the antics of the “Real Housewives” and the “Jersey Shore” cast members, the world’s reality TV fans may be wondering what the Boss was thinking.
Barack Obama came into the office of the presidency proclaiming hope and change and a personal adherence to the teachings of Jesus Christ, who preached a message of peace, love and nonviolence. Yet any hope that Obama’s professed religious beliefs might lead him to put an end to the endless wars was short-lived.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. economy added 71,000 private sector jobs in July, according to U.S. Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis. That wasn’t enough to reduce the unemployment rate, which remained at 9.5 percent as overall employment declined by 131,000.
STATE — New Jersey voters are of two minds in reacting to a series of proposals by the governor’s special commission on gaming, sports and entertainment.
TRENTON—Earlier this week, NJ DEP Commissioner Bob Martin announced the creation of a special panel to recommend ways to overhaul the State’s process of leasing property to private companies that run pipelines, cables, electric lines and towers across many thousands of acres of state-owned land and water.
CLARK – Train, whose smash hit single, “Hey, Soul Sister,” has been the soundtrack of the summer of 2010, has been confirmed to headline the 13th annual Union County MusicFest’s Saturday lineup on Sept. 11.