TRENTON – Although the dry conditions that led to wildfires that burned more than 1,000 acres in New Jersey last month have lessened, wildfires remain a pervasive threat to residents living in rural and heavily wooded areas.
On the evening of Friday, June 8, 2012, volunteers from the American Cancer Society will be joining forces with residents of Clark and surrounding communities in reach of a goal that is common to nearly everyone: the goal is to eliminate the human suffering that is caused by cancer.
TRENTON – Twenty-five alleged drug dealers were arrested today in the takedown of a major narcotics distribution network with ties to the Ñetas that was dealing large quantities of heroin in the area of 4th and Royden streets in Camden, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced.
NEW BRUNSWICK — A Perth Amboy man has been sentenced to serve 30 years in prison for fatally beating his wife, whose body was dumped in Virginia two years ago, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced today.
LINDEN — Hawk Rise Sanctuary, a 95-acre ecological preserve and wetland complex in Linden, which was carved out of a former landfill through the combined efforts of the Department of Environmental Protection, the city of Linden, and the New Jersey Audubon Society, opened this morning following a special ribbon-cutting ceremony.
LEONIA – A cadre of cute canines stood tall today with motor vehicle officials and state Humane Law Enforcement Officers in urging motorists to not let their driving habits “go to the dogs” by properly restraining their pets in moving cars or face stiff fines, penalties and danger.
TRENTON — The compensation paid to New Jersey’s community college presidents varies greatly from one institution to the next, with several colleges paying their president more than $300,000 a year, according to a report released today by the Office of the State Comptroller (OSC).