WEST TRENTON – At the top of the New Jersey State Police’s 2011 holiday wish list is a safe and happy holiday season for the citizens of New Jersey. That includes a dramatic reduction in the traffic fatalities during the Christmas weekend period, especially pedestrian fatalities.
NEWARK — NJ Transit will offer additional holiday service along with a special extension of the Family Super Saver Fare, allowing up to two children ages 5 through 11 to travel free with each customer paying/presenting any valid fare.
TRENTON – If you match all five numbers and the gold Mega Ball in tonight’s drawing, your Mega Millions lottery ticket could be worth as much as $173 million.
There has been considerable debate recently about President Obama’s follow through on a pledge to bring our troops home from Iraq by the end of this year. Critics, however, argue that leaving a vulnerable country at this time sets the stage for a takeover by extremists that threaten peace in that region.
Essex County legal cases have not been suspended indefinitely because of a hot political dispute between Gov. Chris Christie and state Sen. Ronald Rice, as reported in Alexi Friedman’s front page story on Sunday.
First, I’d like to thank everyone who supported our holiday fundraising efforts this year – donors and volunteers alike. As well, many thanks to our generous friends who continue to support our work in New Jersey. It is only with our supporter’s help that we can even attempt to meet the rising need and assistance requests that are flooding in.
NEWARK – U.S. Senators Frank R. Lautenberg and Robert Menendez announced today that the Clark Volunteer Fire Department will receive a $136,040 federal grant for operations and safety.
I’m sitting by the hospital bed of a grateful Medicare beneficiary —-my mother. She seems to be making progress in her battle against pneumonia, and she doesn’t have the worry that many other patients here have about how they are going to pay their medical bills.
In the case of the salesman who wouldn’t sell, the two sides have starkly different tales to tell.
Bank of America will pay $335 million to settle allegations of discrimination at Countrywide Financial Corp., the troubled lender it bought in 2008.