Historical Society Hosts Re-Dedication Ceremony of Clara Barton Schoolhouse
BORDENTOWN CITY, NJ — The Bordentown Historical Society gathered at the Clara Barton Schoolhouse on Friday for a special anniversary with a unique history.
How Will NJ Prevent 'avalanche' Of Homeowner Foreclosures Once COVID Moratorium Lifts?
Thea Gleason juggles jobs to support her family of four in Little Egg Harbor, supplementing her salary as a high school English teacher with a second job at a storage facility.
Protect Yourself During The Coronavirus Pandemic - Register For The Vaccine TODAY
I have always tried to maintain a civil posture in my blogs; however, sometimes blunt language is necessary. African Americans and other minorities continue to trail the rest of the country in receiving the coronavirus vaccine, and this is the time to speak out more stridently on this issue. African Americans and people of color need to receive equal access to the coronavirus vaccine, and it must begin immediately.
National Inventors Day, STEM: A Path To Future New Jersey Inventors
Today we celebrate National Inventors Day to commemorate American inventors' significant contributions to our country and the world.
These inventions, I suspect, began with inspiration. But even before the seed of the idea blooms, it starts with following a path and gaining knowledge that gave fruition to the concept.
Human Trafficking Awareness Month – Protecting Our Children From Online Predators
During the coronavirus pandemic, we have had our feelings assaulted by its negative impact, which has affected everything from our health and the economy to education and leisure.
Singleton Wants To Help Schools, Small Biz Upgrade Ventilation Systems During Pandemic
TRENTON, NJ – A Senate committee on Thursday approved a bill sponsored by Senate President Steve Sweeney and Senator Troy Singleton that would help schools and small businesses in New Jersey upgrade their water and ventilation systems to better protect the health of students, educators, customers and workers.