New Jersey voted for Joe Biden hoping that he was a moderate centrist whose 40-plus years of experience and foreign policy experience would make him a far better President than Donald Trump with all his mean tweets.
I was recently admitted to an area hospital for a sudden illness that occurred, requiring an ambulance ride to the facility. Upon arrival, I was taken to the fast-track area, where I would be cared for by an excellent registered nurse.
It is kind of ironic... a bunch of White people discussing racism - an issue we will probably never ever experience, but I feel compelled to disagree with some of the statements made by Mr. Monzo, whom I like and respect.
In a recently published Op-ed by Tony Monzo titled, “Critical Race Theory in Public Schools: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion - a Trojan Horse,” Mr. Monzo claims that educating our youth about systemic prejudices is “Marxism.”
I am writing to say that Fox, Haigis, and Schweickhardt spoke my mind in their responses to Mr. Monzo’s criticism of teaching critical race theory.
Sixty-one years ago, in 1960, the Sea Isle City Beach Patrol (SICBP) doubles crew of Hugh Bowen and Dale Bonsall placed first in the South Jersey Lifeguard Championships.
The New Jersey Legislature and governor have decreed nine days of early voting in New Jersey, starting this fall. From Oct. 23-31, Cape May County voters will have the option to vote early in person at one of three early voting centers being set up at county library branches in Lower, Middle and Upper townships.
The pandemic unmoored many of our accepted realities. We were forced to examine our previous certainties concerning the workplace, living arrangements and schooling.
Over the past several weeks, we have heard a lot about critical race theory (CRT), but most people who live in Cape May County do not believe it exists in our schools.
When we’re in trouble, those of us in South Jersey are extremely fortunate. With a call to 911, we know help will be on the way.
I’m writing to ask for the support of all Cape May County employees as I run for president in the upcoming officer’s election for the American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME) Union Local 3596 this September.
Governor Phil Murphy has set a goal for 7500 megawatts of offshore wind-generated electricity by 2035. It is an ambitious goal. It is also a goal that leaves little time for the niceties of public engagement and dialogue. The state clearly showed that it has a plan, and it is going to implem…
I understand that the people that go to jail did what they did and they're in there, but with all the Covid going on, trying to stay clean and sanitize stuff, it is not fair for the jail to take the inmates' rights to getting a shower or making a phone call.