Absolute. Must. Read. Editorial.
Bob Ingle – yes, Bob Ingle – on the price of ignoring this community.
No … NO. You don’t move on to the next item until you read Ingle. Seriously, he gets it right. BOOM.
Memo to self for next time:
Close barn door before the horses bolt.
12 Priorities of Atlantic City.
12 Days of Christmas
Except maybe bring coffee ‘n cookies out to the anti-nuke protesters
At NJ’s 4 nuclear power plants, increased fines & possible jail time for trespassing is approved by a state Senate committee.
Good luck with that!
Chris Christie will install LG-to-be Kim Guadagno – with no real business experience – as the person responsible to market New Jersey to the rest of the universe.
Chop … chop … chop … and … Powerball Lottery
Jon Corzine spent his turkey day gearing up to instruct department heads to shave another $400 million off the state budget. Oh, and also toss in another gambling opportunity to excise good money out of people’s pockets for the hope of swimming in gold.
Towns making painful chops, slices and hacks in what they provide.
Free money checks
Banning a deceptive practice.
Drill, baby, drill?
Some senators are smart enough to ask questions.
Say, didn’t we elect some people who said they would extricate us from Bush’s wars?
Anti-war protesters find some support from the streets of Newark.
Alive and well?
Do we really love our home rule?
Daily Record Editorial.
When trees fall next door
Neighbors make the noise. Tree ordinance battles in NJ & NY.
Tree rules in Jersey.
Galloway Twp: First-ever African-American woman to be named a college president in NJ, Vera King Farris has died.
Wildwood Crest: Going paperless, baby.
Middlesex: New mayor looks at revitalization options.
Totowa: Did the middle class get screwed just now?
Hopewell: Fighting Verizon over telephone poles.