In these troubled economic times, it is perhaps not surprising that the federal government is a bit touchy on the question of just how many limousines it owns and operates. But now it turns out that even defining a limousine is a complex topic worthy of a government memo.
EDISON – For as many as 400,000 poverty-stricken adult New Jerseyans facing civil legal problems, equal justice just doesn’t exist.
As parents, we hope we’re doing a good job raising our children – teaching them right from wrong, instilling the desire to learn and demonstrating how to manage money responsibly. But what if they see us preaching one behavior while practicing another? What’s to stop them from following in our sometimes misguided footsteps?
TRENTON – New Jersey’s tax revenue collections for May were 15 percent higher than in May 2011, according to data released today by state Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff said.
ROSELLE – A two-mile stretch from First Avenue to Raritan Road in Roselle is slated to undergo a massive storm-water channel revitalization project in the coming months to relieve neighborhood flooding.
NEWARK —The New Jersey Bureau of Securities urged citizens throughout New Jersey to take a stand and join the fight against the “crime of the 21st century” by reporting suspected abuse of New Jersey’s seniors. The announcement was made today in recognition of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day.
TRENTON – On Thursday, the Assembly Transportation, Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee released a bill that would strengthen the education and practice requirements for New Jersey’s Graduated Driver’s License (GDL) program.