TRENTON – A Union County man has been sentenced to prison for stealing a company’s Internet domain name and selling it over eBay for more than $110,000 to an unsuspecting buyer.
ELIZABETH — An Elizabeth man who was shot last Wednesday died from his injuries earlier this morning, marking the 10 homicide in the city this year, according Union County Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow.
STATE – Gov. Chris Christie is more closely associated with New Jersey than Bon Jovi or Bruce Springsteen, according to a newly-released national poll by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind™.
(NAPSI)—If it seems like you are sneezing more this year than in the past, you may already have guessed the results of a recent study.
EDISON – Twenty-one law enforcement officers from around the state will take part in an intensive, five-day course offering the latest techniques for collecting evidence from a crime scene in the event that hazardous materials were intentionally released into the environment.
PERTH AMBOY – Youth dropping out of church has been a challenge and a hot topic for many years. To counter this trend, Cathedral International church places great emphasis on having relevant and meaningful ministry for adolescents, teens and young adults.
(NAPSI)—Conserving gasoline saves motorists money. These gas-saving tips are from the experts at the non-profit National Institute for Automotive Service Excellence (ASE), the group that tests and certifies automotive technicians.
ROSELLE — The next evening of “Family Fun and Flix” – Union County’s free summer outdoor entertainment and film series – will feature the movie “Kung Fu Panda” on Tuesday, July 26, in Warinanco Park, on the border of Elizabeth and Roselle.
PERTH AMBOY—The Housing Authority of the City of Perth Amboy has awarded a $1.2 million contract for the partial demolition of John A. Delaney Homes to Richard E. Pierson Construction Co., Inc. of Pilesgrove, city officials announced this week. The contract work will include the demolition of 20 of the 29 residential buildings on the Delaney site and the garage building.
TRENTON – The Assembly Judiciary Committee will meet Wednesday to take testimony gauging the impact of the governor’s cuts to Legal Services of New Jersey and other legal assistance programs for the poor.