TRENTON – Two prominent Democrats have advised the state treasurer to be prepared to specify how the Christie administration will deal with a state revenue shortfall. Treasurer Andrew P. Sidamon-Eristoff is scheduled to testify before the Assembly Budget Committee on Wednesday, May 23 and the Senate Budget and Appropriations Committee on Thursday, May 24.
HAMILTON – Summer remains the most popular and eagerly anticipated season for family travel, according to AAA Travel experts. Options for family travel are varied and may include children traveling alone to visit geographically separated family members, travel with a solo parent or kids leaving parents behind to cruise the world with grandparents.
The talk of the defense world is the budget — specifically, how to shrink it and what will be cut, due to Congressional wrangling or the looming “sequestration”. Given the new austerity pressures, it’s noteworthy that a costly program targeted for cancellation by both the administration and the Congress has gotten a new government check for a quarter of a billion dollars — and, if the Pentagon gets its wish, will get another $400 million soon.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — Since the beginning of this year, Middlesex County has mourned the fire-related deaths of 11 County residents. Over the course of this series, you will be provided with safety tips that can prevent fires from happening, and could ultimately save lives.
NEWARK — NJ Transit Executive Director James Weinstein unveiled a plan designed to optimize bus operations on Monday.
TRENTON – Tax collections are $230.3 million below February’s revised forecasts for the first ten months of the fiscal year, according to the State Treasury.