TRENTON – The Assembly passed a bill that would allow New Jersey residents to register online to vote by a 46-30-3 on Thursday.
TRENTON — NJDOT officials today announced that a portion of Route 35 (St. Georges Road) is scheduled to be closed in both directions to rehabilitate a Conrail railroad grade crossing this weekend in Woodbridge.
TRENTON – New Jersey’s Assembly approved legislation that would toughen penalties for airport security breaches on Thursday by a vote of 78 to 0.
CRANFORD — The Cranford Police Department is currently investigating a possible child-luring incident that occurred on this morning near the intersection of Brookside Place and Waverly Police.
“Frankenweenie,” Tim Burton’s animated, stop action reimagining of the classic Mary Shelley horror tale Hollywood brought to life in 1931 is wonderfully nutty. Part parody, part paean, and delivered in era-emulative black and white, it heartily basks us in the eerie legend while taking the occasion to make a contemporary social comment or two.
TRENTON – Motor vehicle crashes are the number one cause of death among teenagers in the United States. It’s with that startling statistic in mind that the Division of Highway Traffic Safety is helping raise awareness, during National Teen Driver Safety Week (Oct. 14 to 20), of the tremendous risks teens confront on the roads everyday.
TRENTON – There are less than three months left for anyone interested in taking the GED exam to receive free online study aid to help them prepare at their local library.
TRENTON –– Though the prom season is months away, the Division of Alcoholic Beverage Control is already asking high school seniors throughout the state to give some serious thought to the dangers they face on that exciting night and how those dangers can be avoided.
SAYREVILLE — A fourth man has been charged in the fatal shooting of a 20-year-old South Amboy man who was killed during a dispute at a house party in Sayreville this summer, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Sayreville Police Chief John Zebrowski announced today.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – The Middlesex County Board of Elections is cautioning voters against misinformation currently circulating regarding voter registration, eligibility and mail-in ballots.