Statewide Drunk Driving Crackdown Begins this Weekend

TRENTON — Police officers throughout New Jersey will be cracking down on drunk drivers as part of the annual summer “Over the Limit, Under Arrest” campaign, Division of Highway Traffic Safety Director Pam Fischer announced Tuesday.

Closing Of Delilah’s Den in South Amboy Ends Quarter-Century Quest

SOUTH AMBOY – August 11, 2010 – When John T. O’Leary was sworn in as the mayor of South Amboy in 1986, the city was known for its sea of unruly bars and venues for adult entertainment that attracted people from all over.

College & Career Readiness Growing Among ACT-Tested U.S. High School Graduates

IOWA CITY, Iowa—ACT-tested U.S. high school graduates appear to be making slow but steady progress at becoming ready for college and career, according to ACT’s annual Condition of College and Career Readiness report for 2010, released today.

Buono To Sponsor Measure To Give At-Risk Veterans Tax Credit For Post-War Psychological Treatment

TRENTON – Senate Majority Leader Barbara Buono said she would become a sponsor of bipartisan legislation released by a Senate committee Monday that would provide an income tax credit to veterans who require psychological counseling and treatment upon returning home from war.

Piscataway Man Pleads Guilty To Medicaid Fraud

TRENTON — The owner of a Totowa nursing home pleaded guilty Monday to Medicaid fraud after a state investigation revealed that he billed the Medicaid program for $302,877 in improper and unsubstantiated costs, including more than $100,000 in personal expenses, Attorney General Paula T. Dow announced.