HAMILTON – Nearly 90 percent of senior drivers say it’s important to them to keep driving – and they will do what it takes to stay safe, according to a recent survey by the American Automobile Association (AAA). As 10,000 Americans turn 65 every day, AAA re-launched the website www.seniordriving.aaa.com to help drivers and their families cope with the life-changing transitions facing the “silver tsunami.”
A federal judge’s decision to block imports of a drug used in executions will leave states to rely more on a substitute drug that could itself be getting scarce — developments that raise questions about both how these drugs are regulated and whether states will have the drugs they need to continue capital punishment by lethal injection.
You may need to pay estimated taxes to the IRS during the year if you have income that is not subject to withholding. This depends on what you do for a living and the types of income you receive.
STATE – Two Newark city councilmen, a state senator and the mayor of Irvington will face off in the June Democratic Primary to determine who will replace the late U.S. Rep. Donald M. Payne, who died last month.
If you owe tax with your federal tax return, but can’t afford to pay it all when you file, the IRS wants you to know your options and help you keep interest and penalties to a minimum.
STATE — Regarding a case decided today by the U.S. Supreme Court that originated in the Garden State, U.S. voters say strip searching shouldn’t be for everyone who winds up in jail.
TRENTON – John P. Corea, the former director of the Hoboken Parking Utility, was sentenced to state prison today for his role in the theft of $600,000 by a Toms River contractor whose company was hired by the City of Hoboken to collect coins from city parking meters, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced. The contractor previously pleaded guilty.
TRENTON – New Jersey’s Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) is poised to begin processing driver license and non-driver ID renewals by mail. Beginning with documents that expire in July 2012, customers born on or before December 1, 1964 will be able to “skip the trip” to an agency and renew through the mail.