Apr 20th, 2014

The Village at Northrise is having an OPEN HOUSE to HONOR VETERANS!

Saturday, April 26th from 1 to 4pm.

Come enjoy a "Walk Down Memory Lane". Fabulous music, food and tours for across the campus. Question, call Judy at 556-6102

Apr 16th, 2014

Community Options Inc.

16 FARBER ROAD, PRINCETON, NJ, 08540 • 609-951-9900 • WWW.COMOP.ORG


Community Options believes in the dignity of every person, and in the freedom of all people to experience the highest degree of self-determination.

Embracing this philosophy, Community Options provides housing, support services and advocacy assistance to help empower people with disabilities


Community Options develops residential and employment supports for people with severe disabilities, utilizing technology and training. As a national agency, Community Options has participated in institutional closure and community residential placement for thousands of people across several states. Community Options does not administer any large congregate programs, recognizing that people ... Continue Reading

Apr 14th, 2014

New Mexico will lose its only active duty Army unit By Adriana Salas Missile Ranger Staff Writer White Sands Missile Range and New Mexico will soon lose their only active duty Army unit when the 2nd Engineer Battalion begins to reorganize this summer. The reassignment is part of an Army Core Structure Change that went into effect in October 2013. The different companies in the battalion are scheduled to be reorganized within other units on different installations. The Battalion Headquarters, Headquarters Company and Forward Support Company will be reassigned to Fort Bliss and the 1st Armored Division. When this move takes place ... Continue Reading

Apr 13th, 2014 By: Bill Allen

Consider this a good news/bad news scenario. Good news … a new minimum wage rate goes into effect! Bad news … your employer’s business is forced to close because it can’t afford to pay you. Sound extreme? It’s not. The topic of an unreasonable increase in the minimum wage has been dropped like a bomb on the citizens of Las Cruces.

Whether a business or non-for-profit organization is a member of the Greater Las Cruces Chamber of Commerce or not, no one we’ve spoken to is opposed to a fair and reasonable minimum wage rate. Unfortunately, no matter how many times and ... Continue Reading

Apr 11th, 2014 By: Bill Allen

Many small businesses will not get to keep their plans President Obama said last spring, “for the 85 percent to 90 percent of Americans who already have health insurance … their only impact is that their insurance is stron­ger, better, more secure than it was before. Full stop. That’s it. They don’t have to worry about anything else.” Many businesses in 2014 will find their new Affordable Care Act-compliant cover­age is more expensive and less attractive, with higher premiums and deductibles and narrower physician networks. In July 2013, the Obama administration pushed back the effective date of the ACA’s employer mandate reporting ... Continue Reading