TRENTON – DEP Commissioner Bob Martin announced that $14.2 million in financing for the environmental cleanups of a former General Motors auto plant sites in Clark has been approved as part of a $773 million legal settlement filed Wednesday in federal bankruptcy court in a case involving 89 former GM properties nationwide.
Blood Drive • Oct. 23 from 8 a.m. – 2 p.m. – The Deutscher Club of Clark, 787 Featherbed Lane, will hold a blood drive. Donors will receive a $15 gas card. Info: 1-800-652-5663 x140.
A sweet ‘n’ salty, kettle popcorn of a film, Robert Schwentke’s “Red” is a mixture of farce and shoot-‘em-up action certain to warm the cockles of any retiree’s heart.
I have a morning ritual that I follow without fail every Monday through Friday. After the alarm goes off, I make my way to the bathroom, turn on the radio and begin my shower, makeup and hair routine.
ELIZABETH –A Newark man was sentenced to 18 years in prison today after being found guilty of burglary, theft, eluding and three counts of aggravated assault, announced Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow.
ELIZABETH — An Elizabeth man was found guilty in Superior Court earlier today on three separate drug charges, said Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow.
TRENTON – Assembly Transportation Chairman John Wisniewski said that documents obtained through an Open Public Records Act request provide no justification for Gov. Chris Christie’s decision to terminate the ARC Tunnel project.
TRENTON – According to preliminary estimates, jobholding in New Jersey declined in September for both the private and public sectors.
LINDEN — Mayor Richard Gerbounka disputed the impression that he unilaterally cancelled the city’s annual Halloween parade, as some readers may have interpreted from a story on the front page of last week’s NJTODAY.NET.
CARTERET — Today, Mayor Dan Reiman will join with the Borough Council and Carteret residents for a groundbreaking ceremony for a 256,000 sq. ft. distribution center at 377 Roosevelt Avenue.