Anyone who says he totally comprehends writer-director Christopher Nolan’s surreally fascinating yet confounding “Inception” is full of it.
TRENTON – Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced that Maryland insurance broker Francis X. Gartland, two of his companies, and a second broker from Summit, N.J., were indicted today on charges that they conspired to steal more than $2.5 million from the Perth Amboy Board of Education by submitting fraudulent bills.
ELIZABETH — The Union County Homicide Task Force is investigating the shooting death of a 19-year-old Elizabeth man who was killed earlier this morning, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow announced this afternoon.
SUMMIT — Two teenagers have been charged with manslaughter following the death of a 47-year-old Summit man, said Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow and Summit Police Chief Robert C. Lucid.
STATE – After two weeks of steep increases, the federal Department of Labor reported that new unemployment claims filed in New Jersey fell by 10,585 for the week ending July 10. State officials said that the lower figure was the…
TRENTON — Assembly Budget Chairman Lou Greenwald called an Aug. 5 hearing into the projected $10.5 billion New Jersey state budget deficit for next fiscal year.
TRENTON–Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin approved a black bear management policy that authorizes the state’s first black bear hunt since 2005 to deal with an overpopulation of bears and problems they are causing, especially in northern parts of New Jersey.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Almost five years after Hurricane Katrina, a new report reveals that New Jersey meets only one out of four minimum criteria for protecting children in disasters.
TRENTON – Four Assembly Democrats announced on Wednesday that they’ve introduced legislation intended to better protect victims of domestic violence and their children.
ROGERS, Ark. — Just one week after a federal appeals court opened the door for foul language to be used freely on broadcast TV, an Arkansas company says they have a solution: Filter the words out on your own.