TRENTON – New Jersey has joined a $25 billion joint state-federal settlement that resolves a national investigation into alleged foreclosure abuses, fraud and unacceptable business practices by the country’s five largest mortgage servicers, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced today.
A little Prometheus, a smidgen of “The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” and a sociologically keen helping of teen angst mark “Chronicle,” Josh Trank’s auspicious entrée into the ranks of feature film directors. A script co-written with Max Landis, son of John Landis (“Trading Places”-1983), doesn’t hurt, while also proving that the wit doesn’t fall far from the tree.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Sen. Frank Lautenberg reaffirmed his commitment to ensuring that women have access to the full range of preventative health services covered under the Affordable Care Act, including birth control.
WESTFIELD – During a visit to Westfield on Wednesday for a town hall meeting, Gov. Chris Christie called for a New Jersey Education Association executive to resign following a controversial comment made on a television program Monday.
Before you file your 2011 federal income tax return in 2012, you should be aware of a few important tax changes that took effect in 2011. Check www.IRS.gov before you file for updates on any new legislation that may affect your tax return.
CLARK – Clark’s Township Council voted this week to move school board elections from April to November. The move will save money by reducing the number of elections held during the year, and it is hoped that the change will increase voter participation.
EDISON — “Pink Day,” a program in which the Middlesex County College and Ocean County College basketball teams supported breast cancer awareness, was held at Middlesex on Tuesday, Feb. 7.
TRENTON – Tonight’s Powerball jackpot is worth up to $250 million. No one has won the game’s top prize since a Pennsylvania couple claimed the jackpot worth $128.8 million in the Christmas Eve drawing last year.
A mysterious corporate donor to an outside spending group supporting Mitt Romney’s campaign for president isn’t a corporation at all, but a former executive of Romney’s old employer, Bain & Co., and his wife, according to records.
TRENTON – A former fiscal analyst for the New Jersey Department of Labor and Workforce Development has pleaded guilty to stealing approximately $18,525 in state funds by issuing unauthorized government checks, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced today.