Tag Archive for New Jersey

Voice of the People: Another Taxpayer-Funded Political Hack Job

by James J Devine The first New Jersey lieutenant governor will be elected in 2009. When New Jersey selects our first lieutenant governor next year, that person will still not be someone with a statewide electoral mandate if he should…

The Shapiro Report: Fewer Foxes Guarding the Henhouse

By Michael M. Shapiro Last month, the New Jersey State Senate approved legislation that would ban members of the Legislature from serving on the Joint Legislative Committee on Ethical Standards, the committee that investigates allegations of ethical impropriety made against…

Remembering the Past: Woodbridge High School Class Of 1933

by Diane Norek Harrison WOODBRIDGE-The following is the graduating class and information for the Woodbridge High School class of 1933: Graduation was held on June 20th in the high school auditorium. “Pomp and Circumstances” was played by the Woodbridge High…

Double Dipping Rises Despite Ban

STATE – Last fall, Gov. Jon Corzine signed a law forbidding state lawmakers from holding other elected offices such as mayor or freeholder. At the time, 17 members of the state Legislature were dual office holders. Since then, the number…

Easter Bunny Spotted In Elizabeth

Easter Bunny Spotted In Elizabeth—Union County Sheriff Ralph Froehlich (center) and Undersheriff Gerald Green (left) join the Easter Bunny in greeting 3-year-old Caroline Lapa of Elizabeth during a holiday visit to the day care center at the county’s Ruotolo Building…