NEW BRUNSWICK – Fugitives hiding from the law in New Jersey will soon have the opportunity to surrender safely at a neutral location, take responsibility for their crimes and receive favorable consideration from the court.
In the coming weeks, millions of Americans will receive 2011 employee benefit open enrollment materials. Yes, it’s a pain to wade through all that information, but simply opting for your current coverage could prove to be a costly mistake.
PLAINFIELD — Members of the Union County Homicide Task Force have arrested a suspect in the recent shooting death of a Plainfield taxi driver, Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow announced Sunday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — A new study by the Pew Fiscal Analysis Initiative projects that without significant revenue increases or spending reductions, the federal debt will climb to the unprecedented level of 132 percent of annual gross domestic product (GDP)—or $54 trillion—by 2035.
QUINCY, Mass. – The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) recommends smoke alarms in every bedroom, outside all sleeping areas, and on every level of the home, including the basement.
Since President Obama’s election, Fox News personalities have expressed opposition to or called for the repeal of virtually every progressive achievement of the 20th century, including Social Security, Medicare, the Americans with Disabilities Act, portions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the 16th and 17th Amendments to the Constitution.
TRENTON – Senator Shirley K. Turner (D-Mercer) introduced legislation stiffening penalties for privacy invasion when the offense involves video taping and distributing images of someone in an intimate setting where that person would reasonably expect not to be observed.
PERTH AMBOY — The Outerbridge Crossing will be closed in both directions on Sunday, Oct. 3, between 6 a.m. and 10 a.m. for a Port Authority training exercise.
NEW BRUNSWICK — Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Rutgers University Police Chief Rhonda Harris announced that an investigation into the invasion of privacy of an 18-year-old student is continuing, and will determine if there is probable cause to bring additional charges against two Rutgers students who have been named defendants in the case.
TRENTON – Two state assemblywomen are planning to introduce a bi-partisan “Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights” next month.