TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie today authorized the closure of all State Offices for Tuesday, Oct. 30, as a result of the dangerous and deteriorating weather conditions across the state associated with the impact of Hurricane Sandy.
TRENTON – The New Jersey Turnpike Authority will close the Garden State Parkway in both directions south of Interchange 129 in Woodbridge Township as of 4 p.m. Monday.
CARTERET — Mayor Dan Reiman and the Carteret Office of Emergency Management have identified specific sections of Carteret as existing within low-lying areas, in some cases below sea level, which will likely be subject to flooding as a result of tidal surges, a predicted 10 inches of rain that will coincide with Hurricane Sandy, and an extremely high tide with the effect of a full moon.
ELIZABETH – Due to Hurricane conditions, the City of Elizabeth is imposing a mandatory evacuation of Front Street between Elizabeth Avenue and Pine Streets (including side streets).
From the day Governor Christie took office and broke his promise to police and firefighters to never reduce benefits for active or retired officers, we have been engaged in a never-ending effort to stop the revisionist history of blaming employees for the unfunded liability in the pension system.
NEW YORK, N.Y. — Taylor Swift will perform three shows at the Prudential Center in Newark in March. The performances will be part of a North American tour that was announced by the six-time Grammy Award winner on Friday.
CRANFORD — The Township of Cranford has declared a local state of emergency due to Hurricane Sandy.
CARTERET – Borough residents who feel they are in danger from the storm or who live in homes that have flooded before are encouraged to stay with friends or family members who live on higher ground, officials said, but mandatory evacuation orders have not been issued.