Berkeley College honors two local graduates

The Berkeley College School of Health Studies recently conducted a ceremony to honor graduates entering the fields of nursing, patient care technology, surgical processing and surgical technology, including two Union County residents who received pins. “You are entering a very dynamic field.…

Guadagno huddles with executives on manufacturing

STATE – Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno led a roundtable discussion in Trenton with top manufacturing company executives, industry stakeholders and state representatives on the status of the manufacturing industry in New Jersey. Joining Guadagno were New Jersey Manufacturers Insurance Company (NJM) President…

Opinion: Enough is enough

by Frank Pallone Late last night, the House Republicans voted in a strict party line vote to file suit against our President.  Instead of tackling comprehensive immigration reform and the humanitarian crisis on our border, renewing funding to improve our transportation infrastructure -which would create…

Bernie Buzz: Corporate Deserters

One out of four American corporations already pay no federal income tax, according to US Senator Bernie Sanders. Now, more and more of them have come up with a new scheme to dodge U.S. taxes by moving their headquarters overseas.…

Six Flags Welcomes First Sea Lion Pup

JACKSON, NJ — Six Flags Great Adventure celebrates the first sea lion pup born at the world’s largest theme park. The healthy male pup named “Kona” weighed approximately 18 pounds at birth June 25, and now weighs in at 33…