WOODBRIDGE – The 200 Club of Middlesex County recently received a $7,500 grant from The Provident Bank Foundation to support its scholarship program for dependents of fallen or severely disabled public safety officials.
WALDORF, Md. – The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs defeated the Newark Bears 4-3 Wednesday night at Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf, Maryland.
It is hard to find anything positive to say about the corporate income (i.e., profits) tax. Economists across the ideological spectrum agree that the corporate profits tax is woefully inefficient.
The ironies of modern life in the United States, and our need to make sense of them, or alter them, to me, are among the best reasons why college-level, liberal education is vital to virtually all Americans. By “liberal” I do not mean left-wing; I mean education that includes exposure to philosophy, ethics, history, the arts, language, literature – collectively known as the humanities.
Thanks to Wikileaks and heroic leakers inside the military, we now know the U.S. government has killed many more innocent Afghan civilians than we were aware of heretofore. We also know that American military and intelligence personnel roam Afghanistan assassinating suspected bad guys.
STATE – While a projected $10.5 billion structural deficit in next year’s state budget has gotten a lot of attention recently, it is not the only financial problem facing New Jersey on July 1, 2011.
STATE – Tonight’s Powerball jackpot could be worth $38 million, or $20.2 million if the cash option is chosen.
SCOTCH PLAINS—Kids in the Scotch Plains area are learning something surprising about back-to-school shopping—it is not just a time to fill their book bags and closets, it is also a great opportunity to fill shoe boxes to help children in need around the world.
EDISON – Edison teachers have agreed to salary cuts and changes in benefits to save the jobs of 158 of their colleagues.