WEST TRENTON – State emergency management officials are monitoring a winter storm expected to impact the state Friday night into Saturday. Snow, sleet and freezing rain are anticipated statewide, with the most significant impacts in the north and northwest counties.
ELIZABETH – As a result of a new law recently passed in Trenton, the Elizabeth Board of Education moved to change the local school board election from April to November 2012. School officials said that the decision will eliminate the cost of elections held in April while at the same time helping to increase voter participation.
UNION COUNTY – The Union County Foreclosure Task Force is reminding residents whose homes were undergoing a foreclosure process in 2009 and 2010 that they may be eligible for a free, comprehensive review of their case.
LINDEN — Mayor Richard Gerbounka won a long-awaited victory when Dan Roberts was appointed municipal court judge by the City Council.
Federal authorities are investigating possible fraud at General Electric Co.’s former subprime mortgage arm amid increased public pressure to hold Wall Street accountable for its role in the financial crisis.
When I was growing up, I don’t ever remember a time when I thought politics was interesting. Sure, there were interesting politicians who were known for things other than how they governed, like a golf game or a mistress.
Using the latest technologies, the IRS offers multiple avenues for you to get tax information. If you have a smartphone, we have an app! If you like to watch videos from your phone or computer, we have dozens of helpful YouTube videos…and, of course, follow us on Twitter.
TRENTON – Assembly Speaker Sheila Y. Oliver asked the state Attorney General’s Office to investigate reports concert promoters were secretly paid $3.4 million to book acts at the Meadowlands.
TRENTON – Senator Nicholas P. Scutari, Assemblywoman Linda Stender and Assemblyman Troy Singleton on Thursday announced plans to crack down on hidden fees that have cropped up in the pre-paid debit card industry.
Two Internet anti-piracy bills working their way through Congress that are heavily backed by the movie industry could have significant impacts on technology companies, a threat highlighted Wednesday by Wikipedia, Reddit,BoingBoing and other sites that went offline for the day in protest.