SAYREVILLE – A prominent Democrat warned that Gov. Chris Christie’s 2 percent cap on local property tax increases could wind up hurting New Jersey taxpayers.
Smartly taking you into its confidence, director Daniel Stamm’s “The Last Exorcism” forgoes many of the hokey mechanisms that can compromise this horror sub-genre.
Street Festival • Sept. 4 from 11 a.m. – 7 p.m. – Linden’s September to Remember Street Festival and Classic Car Show will offer live entertainment, vendors, food, games and more.
The hot dogs and hamburgers are on sale, ice-cream prices are slashed in half and the stores can’t give the lemonade away. Yes! Its Labor Day weekend. Now as far as I know, the United States is the only country that actually celebrates ‘labor’ to the extent that it was made a national holiday.
STATE — While national weather forecasters are predicting that Hurricane Earl may just be an inconvenience to our state over Labor Day weekend, New Jersey Health and Senior Services Commissioner Dr. Poonam Alaigh urges residents to take precautions to protect their health and safety, especially if they are going to the shore.
TRENTON – Governor Chris Christie signed legislation to appropriate $821 million in no-cost and low-cost loans for water and sewer infrastructure projects across the state this week.
CARTERET — For 35 years, the arrival of September in Carteret has brought with it the town’s Ethnic Day Festival, a day full of entertainment, foods, and crafts that celebrate the diversity that characterizes this suburban community.
STATE — National Preparedness Month kicks-off today throughout the country. The New Jersey Office of Emergency Management offers these simple steps that New Jerseyians can do to prepare for the unforeseen as well as reduce stress and confusion during an actual emergency.
NEWARK – Superior Court Judge John F. Malone has ordered an Indiana-based company to pay New Jersey $67,321.50 after finding the company offered for sale and/or sold yo-yo waterballs to consumers here despite a 2008 state law banning the potentially hazardous toys.
OLD BRIDGE – A Pick 6 Lotto ticket that was sold in Middlesex County has won the top prize of $6.75 million for the drawing held on Monday, Aug. 30. The Pick 6 Lotto jackpot now resets to $2 million for the drawing on Thursday, September 2.