UNION – The Union Township Police Department, working in cooperation with the Union County Prosecutor’s Office, is seeking assistance from the public regarding an investigation into a fatal accident that took place last weekend.
SCOTCH PLAINS — Individuals interested in becoming a New Jersey law-enforcement officer will have the opportunity to apply via the state’s Alternate Route program at the John H. Stamler Police Academy in Scotch Plains, with applications to be accepted from Monday, Sept. 23 through Wednesday, Nov. 13, officials announced Friday.
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“This historic day has been 17 years in the making,” said retired Sen. Joseph Lieberman, referring to the repeal of the discriminatory Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT) ban on gay and lesbian people openly serving as U.S. service members.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) advanced a proposed rule that would require U.S. corporations to disclose the ratio of their CEO’s pay to their average workers’ salary.
TRENTON – The Board of Education in Old Bridge has agreed to pay a former student $60,000 to resolve allegations the
school district did not effectively address alleged harassment and bullying of the student that went on for approximately four years, Acting Attorney General John J. Hoffman announced today.
Suicide by 12-year old girl: a trend that is growing – and morphing – with speed of internet (via The Jersey Tomato Press) Twitter A memorial for 12-year old victim Rebecca Ann Sedwick. Rebecca Ann Sedwick was a 12-year old…
STATE – Even though Republican Gov. Chris Christie is in the middle of a re-election campaign, nearly two-thirds of New Jersey residents (63 percent) believe that he has set his sight on the Oval Office.
by Chris Hedges ELIZABETH — JaQuan LaPierre, 22, was riding a bicycle down a sidewalk Sept. 5 when he noticed a squad car pulling up beside him. It was 8:30 on a hot Thursday night at the intersection of Bond Street and…
STATE – A three-judge panel at the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia dampened hope to bring legalized sports gambling to New Jersey, upholding a ruling that said a state statute initiated by an Elizabeth lawmaker conflicts with federal law, which most likely means the case is heading to the U.S. Supreme Court.