NEWARK – As residents recover from this weekend’s flooding and wind storm, Attorney General Paula T. Dow cautioned consumers to beware of price gouging and home repair work offered by unregistered contractors.
CLARK—Barnes & Noble is sponsoring a book fair on Friday, March 19, and Saturday, March 20, at their Clark store located at 1180 Raritan Road, to support Literacy Volunteers of Union County.
MOUNTAINSIDE – With the April 15 tax deadline approaching, here are five tips for New Jersey taxpayers from the Internal Revenue Service that will help the tax filing process run smoother than ever this year.
“She’s Out of My League,” a flawed but often endearing romantic comedy, explains in feature length proportions what it is that makes people watching so much fun. Sitting in the park, studying the couples that walk by, you tally who got the best of each deal. Oh c’mon, you do it. Wide disparities in attractiveness inevitably elicit a, “What’s he got?”
STATE – Local school districts found out just how much state aid they would lose under Gov. Chris Christie’s budget proposal on Thursday. Some suburban districts would see their aid eliminated entirely, while urban districts stand to be the biggest losers in pure dollar value.
CARTERET—Mayor Reiman joined with Councilman and Parks Commissioner Vinny Bellino today to announce that certain public services, including those involving tree removal following this recent storm event, will be extended to residents during declared states of emergency.
TRENTON – Legislation to reform public worker pensions and benefits and to ease burdensome business regulation, plus a joint hearing on how to fix the state’s unemployment insurance fund, top Thursday’s Assembly agendas.
Diabetes is a serious issue affecting 24 million Americans. It’s a major health concern and mounting problem for the country as a whole, especially for the rapidly expanding senior population.
CLARK—On Thursday, March 11, three members of the Rutgers Football team visited St. Agnes School. In addition to reading several books the lower grades, Tyler Thomas, Darrell Givens and Jimmy Dumont visited the middle school and signed autographs.
The name Bernard Madoff will forever be associated with investment fraud. Unfortunately, Madoff is not the only bad apple involved in handling the money of trusting investors. With the softening stock market, many fraudulent investment schemes across the country have come tumbling down like a house of cards.