TRENTON – A former New Jersey Turnpike toll collector was sentenced to jail today for participating in a scheme in which he and two other toll collectors stole toll money, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced. The two other men were sentenced to jail last month.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The U.S. economy added 103,000 jobs in September, according to data released today by the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics. The gain included about 45,000 striking telecommunications workers who returned to their jobs.
STATE – Monday, Oct. 31, is the last day for residents affected by Hurricane Irene to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) for disaster assistance.
Autumn is when nature puts on a show of electrifying color and the air turns sweet and crisp. It is my favorite season of the year. Fireplaces are cranking up, pumpkins abound and geese are squawking as they make their way to a new winter home.
STATE – Following in the footsteps of the “Occupy Wall Street” movement that began in New York last month, protesters have started a similar effort in the Garden State.
NEWARK—Customs and Border Protection (CBP) officers arrested an alleged internal heroin smuggler at Newark Liberty International Airport on Saturday, Oct. 1, after CBP discovered three pellets of the suspected narcotic in his cargo shorts pocket.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY – State, county and local officials gathered Wednesday to announce the expansion of the already successful Middlesex County Community Shuttle Program into the South Amboy-Sayreville area.
TRENTON – Attorney General Paula T Dow and Division of Highway Traffic Safety Acting Director Gary Poedubicky have circled Oct. 10 on the calendar as a day they hope no motorists will lose their lives on New Jersey’s roads.
Director Jonathan Levine’s “50/50,” about a 27-year-old man stricken with a rare spinal cancer, hardly seems a likely source for levity. But while brazenly demonstrating the opposite, it is testament to the fantastic mental balancing act we are capable of when the chips are down. It is both frightening and inspiring.
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. – New Jersey has the fifth-highest average annual cost per employee for employer-sponsored health plans in the nation, according to findings released today from the United Benefit Advisors 2011 Health Plan Survey.