For those who are more able-bodied and not immuno-compromised what can they do to help others during the COVID-19 pandemic? There is much that can be done locally. Here we take a look at a few ways one can offer their help. If you like animals and have often considered the possibility of housing one […]
With the creation of the New Jersey Community Colleges Jobs Consortium, employers can more easily find college grads and undergraduates to fill positions at their office. Thanks to a consortium established with the participation of 10 state community colleges, the process of matching bosses to appropriate job seekers will be facilitated. This free service will […]
Palm Sunday 2020 took place earlier this month on April 5. For many Catholics around the world it is one of the most holy days. It is a commemoration of when Jesus came to Jerusalem and was met with palm branches in his path just before h e was arrested and on Holy Thursday and […]
The New Jersey Realtors Circle of Excellence Sales Award was recently given out at a luncheon. The Green Team New Jersey Realty was recognized for “excellence in salesmanship.” The Silver Awards – which recognize those who have rung up sales worth $6.5 million and a minimum of 20 units – was presented to Charles Nagy […]
Just over a week ago a ‘Fair Workweek Roundtable’ took place. Hosted by the Rutgers School of Management and Labor Relations, the New Jersey’s Fair Work Week Coalition also participated in the event’s organization. It was also sponsored by the Rutgers Center for Women and Work and the Rutgers Labor Education Action Research Network (LEARN) […]
For days before his arrival, thousands of local Wild Woodians camped out for an opportunity to see President Trump.
President Donald Trump is to visit Wildwood, NJ at the end of the month. His campaign rally will take place at the Wildwoods Convention Center. Irrespective of one’s political leanings, this is proving good for local businessmen. According to Days Inn & Suites manager, Chris Falcone, within 24 hours after the event’s announcement, all 50 […]
It’s a case of the good news and the not-so-good news. On the one hand spending tons of money on anything political seems crazy but on the other hand, can one really put a price on education? More money was spent on the most recent Jersey City Board of Education elections last month than has […]
The New Jersey Center for Water Science and Technology has just opened. In an effort to improve the quality of water in New Jersey as well as maintaining the condition of aquatic terrains, the center will serve as a crucial system for the residents of New Jersey. It will also facilitate the management of the […]
Motivational speaker Steve Adubato speaks with Greg Lalevee, Business Manager, International Union of Operating Engineers Local 825, about a whole slew of infrastructure issues including the gateway tunnel, the future of the work his company is doing and how technology is impacting it.