NEWARK – Citing his commitment to keeping public safety professionals on the job, leaders of New Jersey’s public safety unions gathered today to rally in support of the re-election of U.S. Senator Bob Menendez.
NEWARK – Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs today announced a Bureau of Securities settlement with Jacob Eisenstark, in which he admitted he defrauded investors out of $850,000 by diverting invested funds for his family’s personal expenses, and by making unsuitable investments.
CAMDEN – Former Camden police officer Kevin Parry, 32, of Brooklawn was sentenced Wednesday to 20 months in prison for illegally searching homes, stealing money, planting evidence and lying in court, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
WEST LONG BRANCH – Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa and Office of Homeland Security and Preparedness Director Edward Dickson convened a homeland security conference for more than 400 law enforcement, homeland security, emergency management professionals from various federal, state and local government agencies, as well as representatives from numerous private sector organizations.
Voters will hear many good reasons to vote “yes” on the higher education facilities bond, on the Nov. 6, ballot; the first such investment in New Jersey higher education since 1988. A vote for the bond is important far beyond the facilities it will build, and the jobs it will create.
NEWARK — The North Jersey Transportation Planning Authority (NJTPA) joins with safety, law enforcement and transportation agencies nationwide in encouraging drivers to exhibit extra caution on the road this Wednesday, Oct. 10 for Put the Brakes on Fatalities Day.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Amtrak announced record ridership on the Northeast Corridor during fiscal year 2012, increasing 4.8 percent to 11.4 million passengers. Overall, Amtrak carried more that 31.2 million passengers, the highest annual total since the rail service began operations in 1971. Amtrak’s overall ticket revenue rose 6.8 percent to $2.02 billion.