STATE – New Jersey’s clean energy leaders are calling for a stronger Energy Master Plan (EMP) and urge citizens to come to the upcoming hearings to voice their support for New Jersey’s current clean energy goals.
‘Borders’ is closing down all their remaining stores…
That’s over 11,000 more people unemployed…
Last week, I received the A.A.R.P. bulletin in the mail. In most cases, I enjoy the articles and points of information. I’m not interested in well-known celebrities unless they can relate how they overcame adversity and bounced back to a normal lifestyle.
This was my first week off from school since the year ended in June! Ah, yes. No alarm to set and no planning dinner at 5:00 in the morning for the next seven weeks. This is my birthday week, too, and I just know that my husband’s gift to me will surely make Kate Middleton think she married the wrong man.
STATE – Following a Wednesday fire at a New York City wastewater treatment plant, raw sewerage has been being discharged into the Hudson River. Officials have declared the river off-limits for swimming and other recreational uses.
ELIZABETH — A Union County jury found an Edison man guilty of unlawful possession of a handgun, Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow announced.
TRENTON – A New Jersey Superior Court judge has filed a lawsuit against the state challenging the constitutionality of a recently-enacted law that requires judges to pay more towards their pension and health benefits.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Rep. Donald Payne (D-Newark) signed a letter launched by the House Progressive Caucus opposing any deal that cuts Social Security, Medicare, or Medicaid benefits in order to raise the debt ceiling.
TRENTON – Preliminary estimates showed that private sector employment in New Jersey continued an upward trend, with employers adding 6,400 jobs in June — the fifth consecutive month of private sector job gains. However, overall employment gains were more modest, thanks to a public sector decline of 4,700 jobs.
CARTERET — Kaplan Companies has begun construction on 42 additional residential units in continuation of their Lower Roosevelt Avenue redevelopment project, according to Carteret Mayor Dan Reiman.