CARTERET — Wakefern Corp., the largest retailer-owned cooperative in the U.S., will become the latest business to locate to Carteret, according to Mayor Dan Reiman and the borough’s Economic Development Office.
TRENTON – A Union County construction contractor was sentenced to state prison today for using a stolen identity, a fictitious company, and fraudulent documents to successfully bid on public projects when his companies were legally barred from such projects.
RAHWAY – Police detectives arrested the owner and two employees of a West Grand Avenue convenience store after seizing 1,500 containers of synthetic marijuana and $9,000 in cash yesterday, according to Rahway Police Detective Capt. Joseph Simonetti.
NEWARK — PSE&G residential customers will pay 4.9 percent less for electricity this summer as the result of a price reduction that took effect June 1.
WASHINGTON, D.C. –– The Internal Revenue Service announced that approximately 275,000 organizations under the law have automatically lost their tax-exempt status because they did not file legally required annual reports for three consecutive years.
Comic books…ya’ gotta love ‘em… In fact, the way things are going, they say that comic books will probably outlast newspapers..
Relay For Life • June 10 at 6 p.m until June 11 at 6 a.m. – The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life of Clark fundraiser event will take place at ALJ High School, 365 Westfield Ave., Clark. Info: 1-973-232-2573 or www.relayforlife.org/clarknj
I have resisted jumping on the bandwagon that signals out politicians as the front-runners in the lapsed judgment department. While they are very well represented in the Bad Behavior Olympics, in truth, they also have a lot of company with people from all walks of life.
I recently looked at the reviews of the movies that are being shown and how many stars they seem to be worth. Here I go again. To begin with, maybe I shouldn’t comment about it, but it’s tough not to.
TRENTON – Legislation to limit the increase in New Jersey’s employers’ unemployment tax liabilty was approved 37-0 Thursday by the Senate. The bill (A-3819) was approved 76-0 by the Assembly on May 9. It now goes to the governor.