TRENTON –Legislation to promote electric vehicle usage by providing corporation business tax credit and gross income tax credits for buying and installing electric vehicle charging stations was recently approved by the Assembly.
WEST TRENTON–New Jersey residents will now be able to receive critical information from the New Jersey State Police (NJSP) and the New Jersey Office of Emergency Management (NJOEM) on their cell phones and PDA’s with the use of a free, web-based service.
LAKEWOOD — Students get firsthand experience with Lakewood area business members on April 3 starting at 8 a.m. and going throughout the morning. Students will be introduced into the professional world, make connections and enjoy lunch at the Lakewood BlueClaws stadium.
NEW BRUNSWICK – A Middlesex County jury found former Rutgers University student Dharun Ravi guilty of a bias crime and invasion of privacy for secretly using a computer camera to spy on his roommate’s encounter with another man in their dorm room.
TRENTON—State Sen. Jennifer Beck (R-Monmouth) has submitted legislation aimed at providing New Jersey Transit rail passengers a better riding experience.
TRENTON – The state Senate has approved bi-partisan legislation sponsored by Senators Michael Doherty (R-Warren/Hunterdon) and Shirley Turner (D-Mercer) that would honor members of the United State military who have been wounded or killed in service to our nation was approved by the New Jersey Senate.
STATE— NJ Transit is adding extra rail and bus service on Saturday, March 17, including extra trips on more than a dozen bus routes serving the Port Authority Bus Terminal and 10 additional trains to and from New York, to accommodate customers traveling to the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
TRENTON – An engineer who oversaw construction projects for three school districts was sentenced to state prison today for taking thousands of dollars in kickbacks on contracts he recommended that involved rigged bids and fraudulently inflated costs, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced.
TRENTON – A bill which would create an alternative method of endorsing teachers in specific subject areas in order to address shortages was approved by the state Senate on Thursday by a vote of 36-0, receiving final legislative approval.
TRENTON – Legislation sponsored that would allow the New Jersey Community College Consortium for Workforce and Economic Development to request additional funding from the state to provide basic skills training to help displaced and disadvantaged workers learn the skills they need to successfully return to the workforce passed the General Assembly yesterday and now heads to the Governor for consideration.