Phillip Schepis, Jr., 56, of Kansas City, Mo., formerly Rahway, died Wednesday, Dec. 8. Visitation will be Sunday, Dec. 12, from 3:30-5:30 p.m. at White Chapel Funeral Home, 6600 N.E. Antioch Rd., Gladstone, Mo. Funeral service to follow at 5:30 p.m.
FORDS – Maureen and Patrick Antoniello recently opened Pan American Cleaners at 671 King Georges Road in Fords.
EDISON — International students enrolled at The Wardlaw-Hartridge School in North Edison enjoyed a holiday luncheon with members of the Admission of Office, the Upper School Head Rhona Eserner, and Head of School Andrew Webster on the afternoon of Monday, Dec. 6.
RAHWAY — Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital Rahway employees purchased toys and children’s clothing to donate to 15 families at the P.A.L.S. Program of the YWCA of Union County, a domestic violence shelter.
President Barack Obama’s surrender to Republicans is worse than the cost of just caving in on Bush-era tax cuts, although that deprived the national treasury and the America economy of hundreds of billions of dollars.
I am determined to enjoy this holiday season even if it kills me. So while at the mall recently, I decided to take a little break from shopping because I was making pretty good progress getting through my naughty and nice list.
The Senate may consider one small segment of the stalled energy bill … a stand-alone proposal to create a national Renewable Energy Standard (RES) designed to increase the use of renewable electricity production. By itself the proposal is not particularly controversial, but it can deliver big results for the economy and for the planet.
TRENTON – With just 12 days left in the legislative session, Gov. Chris Christie and Democratic legislators have reached an agreement on arbitration reform, a key component of the governor’s “tool kit” for local property tax relief.
TRENTON — The Assembly Regulatory and Oversight Committee will meet today to consider a package of bills that aims to enhance and modernize the state’s gaming and horse racing industries.