TRENTON – Law enforcement agencies throughout the state will be cracking down on unbuckled motorists and their passengers as part of the annual “Click It or Ticket” campaign, Division of Highway Traffic Safety Director Pam Fischer announced today.
NEW BRUNSWICK — Two men have been arrested on charges arising from the fatal shooting of a 22-year-old man in New Brunswick, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and New Brunswick Police Director Peter Mangarella announced Sunday. An intensive investigation…
We get our first lessons about saving and spending our money wisely from our parents. That’s why it can be particularly difficult for people to recognize the problem when their own parents have financial troubles.
PERTH AMBOY — A Perth Amboy middle school teacher was arrested this morning and charged with sexually assaulting a female student over a six-year period, beginning when she was 13 years old, authorities said.
TRENTON – A woman was sentenced to prison today for acting as a boss over the prostitutes in a human trafficking ring in Jersey City in which women were induced to use heroin and cocaine and were beaten if they did not turn a daily quota of tricks, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced.
EDISON — The largest class in Middlesex County College history – 1415 students – graduated Thursday, May 20 at the 43rd annual Commencement exercises witnessed by more than 3500 guests under sunny skies on the college green.
UNION COUNTY — Voting machine flaws discovered in the February 2008 presidential race have not been corrected, according to a Democratic candidate for County Clerk.
ELIZABETH— The crushing weight of high property taxes in this ailing economy has not stopped greedy politicians from passing government benefits to crooked campaign contributors.
UNION COUNTY — Nobody got fired when taxpayers shelled out $800,000 in damages and legal fees for two employees who proved they were passed over for promotion so the son of Union Mayor Joseph Florio could get an $8,000 pay hike.
ROSELLE — Boro Council President Jamel Holley’s action to give himself $5,000 a year in addition to his current salary has incensed a political detractor.