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Plane crash disaster drill in Millstone - Asbury Park Press
Plane crash disaster drill in Millstone A major disaster drill simulating a plane crash takes place at Millstone Middle School. Forty-two emergency response teams took part in the exercise which was in part coordinated by James Collins, a 17 year old ...
LETTER: Stop emasculating the American male - Asbury Park Press
For some time now there has been a concerted effort to emasculate the American male. For decades products have been hawked and sitcoms have flourished by portraying men as Neanderthals, while their better half gets the better of them. Women have moved into ...
LETTER: Gun control freak spews Second Amendment fallacies - Asbury Park Press
In response to the March 24 letter, “Reading of history about Nazi gun fallacies,” the writer claims Stephen Halbrook is not a Second Amendment scholar, while he himself seems to be a scholar of comic books and hearsay. The fallacies that he has spewed ...
LETTER: Menendez biggest advocate for victims of Sandy - Asbury Park Press
Regarding the March 20 letter “Politicians late to game on Sandy Fraud,” I lost my home to Sandy, was cheated on flood insurance and have been very active on this issue. I assure you that some of our leaders were there for us from the beginning.
MARCUS: Checkup for Obamacare - Asbury Park Press
“In a few moments, when I sign this bill, all of the overheated rhetoric over reform will finally confront the reality of reform.” — President Obama, March 23, 2010. WASHINGTON – Not exactly. Five years after the Affordable Care Act became law, the ...
PARKER: A leap of faith, into thin air - Asbury Park Press
WASHINGTON – The apparently intentional downing of a Germanwings airliner by the co-pilot has us riveted, as commercial plane crashes usually do. In each terrible instance, we put ourselves in the cabin, imagining what our last thoughts or actions would be.
How much will Monmouth County taxes increase? - Asbury Park Press
FREEHOLD – Monmouth County will increase taxes by about $4.5 million this year, the first such hike the county has seen in five years. The Board of Chosen Freeholders on Thursday introduced a $488 million budget, which is up about $7.1 million over last ...
Angelina Jolie removes female organs after cancer scare - Asbury Park Press
The female body is one of the most powerful things in the world. We use it to bear children, and after giving birth, have the ability to sustain a human life with just breastmilk. We embrace our femininity and accentuate our attributes — rightfully so.
Elite 8 run only reinforces Gonzaga's elite status - Asbury Park Press
HOUSTON — There are, we're assured, no videos of whatever unfolded in the Gonzaga locker room after the Zags' 74-62 win Friday night over UCLA. Or at least, we won't be seeing them. When Kyle Wiltjer filmed and then tweeted Zags coach Mark Few's athletic ...
Loving the 'L': Lakewood shuttle off to a rousing start - Asbury Park Press
Loving the 'L': Lakewood shuttle off to a rousing start Lakewood has high hopes for the L, a new shuttle service that debuted March 17 Check out this story on app.com: http://on.app.com/1ChGXUN
4 ways to protect yourself against a fire - Asbury Park Press
EATONTOWN – No one ever expects it to happen. But every week another family from the Jersey Shore area is displaced or injured in a house fire. While these were impossible to predict, fire and disaster officials say there are ways to prepare for the worst.
7 things you need to know for Saturday - Asbury Park Press
With a crack and a spark, Manchester resident Polly Hay's worries came true. Weighed down by snow, a branch, shaped like a broccoli floret, cracked, fell on a high-voltage electric line above the street, and started to burn. Luckily, the wire didn't snap ...
Co-pilot vowed 'to do something,' ex tells German media - Asbury Park Press
Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz appears to have hidden evidence of an illness from his employers, including having been excused by a doctor from work the day he crashed a passenger plane into a mountain, prosecutors said Friday. (March 27) AP
NCAA Tournament 2015: Time management lesson will benefit Michigan State - Asbury Park Press
SYRACUSE, N.Y. – Friday night had already turned to Saturday morning at the Carrier Dome as Michigan State head coach Tom Izzo deftly answered questions in the wake of his team's 62-58 East Regional semifinal win over Oklahoma. As the session wound down ...
Can Rutgers football keep happy five proven halfbacks? - Asbury Park Press
Rutgers had five halfbacks rush for between 300 and 500 yards last season Coming off an ACL injury, starter Paul James will be a non-contact participant in spring camp Rising sophomores Robert Martin and Josh Hicks are listed as co-starters for spring camp ...