HILLSBOROUGH–New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission Chief Administrator Raymond P. Martinez and local legislators joined a local kindergarten class for an event to reinforce the importance of the state’s stringent school bus inspection program that looks at more than 20,000 vehicles twice a year on Tuesday.
Republicans think an extension of the Bush tax cuts, which are set to expire at the end of the year, makes for good politics.
STATE – Two central New Jersey communities will receive a piece of steel from the World Trade Center for inclusion in their memorials to honor the victims of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks.
MADISON, Wis. – As the school year arrives, parents should know that for some kids, even the most basic homework assignments can be a crippling source of stress and anxiety.
With unemployment around 10 percent and economists predicting that at some lost jobs will never return, Americans ought to increase Social Security benefits, lower the age of retirement and cut taxes on the first $20,000 of income.
NEW BRUNSWICK — A city police officer was charged today with stealing more than $500 in health insurance benefits and, in a separate case, illegally voting in New Brunswick while living in other communities, authorities said.
NEWARK— NJ Transit will offer “early getaway” rail and bus service on Friday, Sept. 3, for the benefit of customers leaving work early for the Labor Day holiday weekend.
STATE – More than 1.5 million Garden State school children are returning to school within the next week. One simple way to keep them safe is to drive safely.
STATE – According to a report delivered to the New Jersey Division of Pension and Benefits, healthcare benefit costs for retired teachers and state government workers are expected to double over the next nine years.
STATE — An analysis of open space in New Jersey done by the Sierra Club shows that the state is leading the nation in the loss of farmland.