TRENTON – Acting Gov. Kim Guadagno signed legislation today designating July 30th “Corrections Officer Day” in New Jersey
TRENTON — An Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) investigation has uncovered widespread improper participation in the state pension system among attorneys and other professionals working as independent contractors for local governments.
NEWARK — On Monday, NJ Transit announced a series of new measures, including the use of UV scanners, to prevent the use of counterfeit tickets aboard trains, buses and light rail vehicles. Officials from NJ Transit and the NJ Transit Police Department said that more than 200 arrests have been made in the past two years related to counterfeit activity.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — To help nearly 200 victims who recently lost homes and belongings in two fires that plagued communities in Perth Amboy and Woodbridge, The Provident Bank is collecting toys and toiletries at five of its Middlesex County branches:
Recently, the story broke that foreclosures were at the lowest level since 2007. That sounds like great news—we’re finally cleaning up the mess from the real estate bubble.