“Must have been 300 or more that flowed over. ... Neighbors worked together to save as many as possible.”
Air traffic control plan would hurt tech center
Little Egg Harbor needs marsh/dredging plan
Fee-for-service could cut mental health services
Lots of A.C. suggestions
Extend vet caregiver aid
It’s the end of the world as we know it — at least that’s what some people would have us believe about President Trump’s education budget.
At a roundtable discussion with state transportation officials recently, Donald Trump said America’s aging roads, bridges, railways and water systems were being “scoffed at and laughed” at. He vowed that they “will once again be the envy of the world.”
The entrepreneurs of Silicon Valley are undoubtedly finding many ways to make the world a better place — with tunnels, flying cars, interplanetary travel. Yet I can’t help noticing a growing divide between the problems people have and the problems tech companies are willing or able to solve.
Flying today is not much different than a decade ago, yet as air travel demands have exponentially increased, service and reliability flounder. Our current aviation system, while the world’s safest, is not the most efficient, costing consumers and the economy billions in delayed departures, …
In the tear-stained hours after last week’s baseball field shootings, House Chaplain Patrick J. Conroy sounded the right note as he said in his opening prayer, “We are blessed by a free and open society. … But once again, we are reminded there is a vulnerability that comes with that openness.”
You knew it was coming.
If it had not been for two brave police officers, a lunatic leftist may just possibly have wiped out every player on a House Republican baseball team. And, yes, both political parties have since said let’s calm things down.