TRENTON – A Cumberland County man, who currently faces a murder charge in a separate case, was sentenced to state prison today on a first-degree charge of operating a large-scale marijuana production facility, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced.
TRENTON – New Jersey residents in all 21 counties will have until Feb. 4, 2013 to apply for coverage under the federal Disaster Unemployment Assistance program as a result of damages caused by Hurricane Sandy.
TRENTON – With thousands of New Jersey households – including numerous constituents – still without power after Superstorm Sandy, state Sen. Shirley K. Turner said Thursday that it is past time to require power companies to file comprehensive emergency response plans with state officials to ensure the timely restoration of power.
by Joseph Grather / New Jersey Condemnation Law Along with the destruction of thousands of homes and the devastation of the State’s power-grid (yours truly remains without power 12 days later) Hurricane Sandy’s super-storm surge has brought to the collective conscience the…
TRENTON – The State has filed civil lawsuits against eight New Jersey businesses, accusing them of unlawful price gouging while consumers were in need of fuel, shelter, and other essentials during the Hurricane Sandy state of emergency, Gov. Chris Christie, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa, and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs announced today.
MENDHAM–The Hurricane Sandy New Jersey Relief Fund announced that AT&T has donated $1 million to New Jersey’s recovery from Hurricane Sandy.
ASBURY PARK – Hurricanes and storms bring devastation but on the positive side, these weather incidents have a way of bringing people together. That’s the case in Asbury Park, where food, clothing, health items, furniture and other necessities are being delivered by the tractor trailer loads from Capitol Heights, Maryland.
TRENTON – An employee of a former Morris County insurance brokerage company pleaded guilty today to stealing several million dollars entrusted to her employer, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa said.
TRENTON – As NJ Transit continues recovery operations from Hurricane Sandy and a significant nor’easter storm, the Christie Administration has announced plans to provide more free shuttle bus/ferry service for the Trans-Hudson commute.