EDISON – Legal Services of New Jersey (LSNJ), the coordinating organization for New Jersey’s Legal Services system, announced today a major initiative to provide free legal assistance to Hurricane Sandy victims.
NEWARK – Repairs to the Gladstone Branch of the Morris & Essex Lines will be complete by Friday, Nov. 30, according to NJ Transit. After test trains begin operations on Friday, NJ Transit will provide an update regarding the expected resumption of service.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—At today’s Senate Environment and Public Works (EPW) Committee hearing on Superstorm Sandy, U.S. Sen. Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) announced that he will introduce legislation that would protect public health by allowing Congress to provide emergency funding to contain pollution at Superfund sites following a natural disaster like Sandy.
STATE — At the request of the State of New Jersey, FEMA’s Transitional Sheltering Assistance (TSA) program for people displaced by Superstorm Sandy has been extended for two weeks.
TRENTON – Two chiropractors pleaded guilty today to accepting cash payments in exchange for referring approximately 100 chiropractic patients for other services, including legal representation, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced. The defendants also admitted to failing to report a combined total of more than a million dollars of income on their tax returns.
TRENTON — New Jersey residents and businesses affected by Hurricane Sandy can now access EBSCO Publishing’s Home Improvement Reference Center™, a resource providing detailed, user-friendly, “how-to” information about home improvements and repairs.
TRENTON – The president of a now-defunct Mercer County construction company pleaded guilty today to stealing a total of more than $450,000 by providing false and misleading information to its workers’ compensation carrier and failing to file tax returns or underreporting wages for his business and himself to the New Jersey Department of Treasury, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced.