NEWARK – One of the owners and operators of a Totowa test preparation business made her initial court appearance Monday after being extradited from Latvia for allegedly stealing “live” licensing examination questions from the National Board of Medical Examiners, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
STATE — The American Red Cross disaster recovery effort continues, with Nor’easter predictions adding insult to injury in areas that are already inundated from Sandy. There could be increased power outages, which are especially dangerous as temperatures are expected to fall near freezing.
TRENTON – Assembly Democrats Ralph Caputo and Joseph Cryan on Friday announced they will be introducing legislation to require all New Jersey gas stations to have generators, but also provide low-interest government loans to help pay for the equipment.
HIGHLAND PARK – Several places of worship are organizing a benefit concert to raise money and collect supplies for the victims of Hurricane Sandy, which tore through parts of the East Coast leaving death, destruction and displaced people in its path.
TRENTON–Customers are also reminded that all Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) facilities will be closed tomorrow, Nov. 6 in recognition of Election Day.
BOSTON – The U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration is urging workers and members of the public engaged in Hurricane Sandy cleanup and recovery efforts in New York, New Jersey and the New England states to be aware of the hazards they might encounter and the steps they should take to protect themselves.