YORK, Pa.—Melissa A. Waters of Clark, an elementary education major, has been named to the Senior Honor Society at York College of Pennsylvania.
ELIZABETH—Four students at Benedictine Academy in Elizabeth have earned recognition for their academic and all-around achievements.
ELIZABETH—A 20-year-old man was arrested on Tuesday and charged with the stabbing death of a Union Township deli owner, according to Prosecutor Theodore J. Romankow and Union Township Police Director Dan Zieser.
TRENTON—An Elizabeth man has been charged in a state grand jury indictment for the alleged distribution of child pornography over the internet, Attorney General Anne Milgram announced.
WOODBRIDGE – The Township Department of Health & Human Services will administer H1N1 flu vaccine to Woodbridge Township public school students in elementary, middle school and high school at designated clinics beginning tomorrow.
STATE—The Port Authority Board of Commissioners today approved a $6.3 billion budget for 2010 that reduces agency headcount to its lowest levels in 40 years controls and provides for zero growth in operating expenses for the second consecutive year.
TRENTON – In a surprise move yesterday, the state Senate postponed today’s planned vote on the Marriage Equality Act. The controversial bill would allow homosexual couples to marry.
NEW BRUNSWICK – A Middlesex County shuttle bus driver admitted stealing cash from a donation box used by passengers who make voluntary contributions in appreciation of free rides to various destinations around the county, Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan announced yesterday.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – U.S. Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) unveiled new legislation that would authorize the federal government to directly lend to small businesses, using TARP funds.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Congressman Leonard Lance, (R-NJ), this week renewed his call to allow the Trouble Asset Relief Program (TARP) to expire at the end of this year and direct repaid funds and interest toward debt reduction.