UNION — UCEDC, a statewide non-profit economic development corporation, is hosting a free workshop for local businesses interested in selling to the Picatinny Arsenal and other governmental agencies. The event is scheduled for Thursday, Oct. 13, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at UCEDC’s headquarters in Union.
STATE – If you’ve registered with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) and have not filed a flood insurance claim, don’t put it off any longer.
If you’ve got a high school senior, your household is probably knee-deep in senior-year activities – and expenses. Not to elevate your stress level, but this is probably a good time for you and your kid to start investigating how you’re going to finance college next fall. Seriously.
(StatePoint) If you’ve ever wondered where your hard earned money is going, it’s time to take a more thoughtful approach to your spending.
NEPTUNE – Disaster recovery officials continue to urge anyone affected by Hurricane Irene to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) – even those survivors who are receiving insurance settlements.
ELIZABETH — Bank President and CEO Kevin Cummings announced the company’s new name, Investors Bank, and presented logo, called “The Weave,” during a reception at its newest branch located at 51 South Broad Street in Elizabeth.
FAIR LAWN — Columbia Bank has been awarded a 5-Star (“Superior”) Rating from Bauer Financial, Inc., an independent bank rating company. Bauer’s 5-Star Rating, their highest performance ranking, represents an independent, unbiased analysis of a financial institution’s safety and soundness position.
CRANFORD—A representative of SCORE will provide a free seminar entitled “Small Business Financial Planning” at the Cranford Community Center, 220 Walnut Avenue, Cranford, on Wednesday, Oct. 19, at 7:30 p.m.
TRENTON – Senate Majority Leader Barbara Buono has introduced legislation that would require insurance providers to develop a ‘homeowners insurance buyer’s guide’ to give consumers clear and detailed information about their policies.
TRENTON – A bill designed to push a sluggish real estate market while helping property owners avoid bureaucratic requirements when selling certain homes and seasonal rentals has been signed into law.