COLONIA — New Jersey Blood Services, which is a division of the New York Blood Center, encourages all eligible persons to honor eight year old leukemia victim Bethany Ciccarelli of Woodbridge. Each donor who gives blood today between 2 and 8 p.m. at the Colonia Fire Department, will receive two free Mets tickets.
TRENTON – This morning, the state Senate approved a compromise plan that would cap future property tax increases at two percent per year by a vote of 36-3.
LINDEN – The city is using automated cameras to enforce traffic regulations at three intersections, officials said Tuesday.
TRENTON – The New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission will eliminate Monday hours and extend outs on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays, Chief Administrator Raymond P. Martinez announced Wednesday.
STATE — A new George Mason University study on public pension systems across the USA says New Jersey’s system will go broke between three and nine years from now without massive reform.
MILWAUKEE, Wisc. – “Breakfast is the most important meal of the day.” Mothers have used that statement to coax children into eating breakfast for years. As it turns out, Mom was right.
RAHWAY – United Water Rahway is urging customers to conserve water and cut back on outdoor usage during this heat wave.
TRENTON – Democrat John S. Wisniewski, chairman of the Assembly Transportation, Public Works and Independent Authorities Committee, criticized Republican Gov. Chris Christie’s plan to keep the state’s Transportation Trust Fund solvent for another year by refinancing its debt.
STATE – The heat wave has affected New Jersey commuters who rely on NJ TRANSIT trains. Over the past 24 hours, the agency has experienced an increase in locomotive problems related to the extreme temperatures.
STATE — An audit released today by the Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) found the state of New Jersey has been paying for more than 19,000 phone lines that go unused and are no longer needed.