TRENTON – New Jersey’s Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) is poised to begin processing driver license and non-driver ID renewals by mail. Beginning with documents that expire in July 2012, customers born on or before December 1, 1964 will be able to “skip the trip” to an agency and renew through the mail.
NEW BRUNSWICK – Prevent Child Abuse-New Jersey is calling all citizens across the state to join together at its Annual Charity Gala, being held at the Newark Museum on April 19 at 6:30 p.m., to raise funds to end child abuse and support prevention programs across New Jersey.
A Kansas property owner recently challenged the $7.5 million award of court-appointed appraisers in an eminent domain matter, only to have the award reduced to $6.95 million at trial based on evidence of the property’s value from a prior tax appeal.
TRENTON — A recent survey revealed that teachers have the lowest level of job satisfaction in more than two decades, an unintended consequence of recent budget cuts and other changes in schools, according to the New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA).
WASHINGTON, D.C. – While “green jobs” have been the topic of much discussion in recent years, just 2.4 percent of the U.S. workforce – 3.1 million people – were employed in the production of green goods and services in 2010, according to recently-released data from the federal Bureau of Labor Statistics.
TRENTON – New Jersey Office of Emergency Management officials announced today that New Jersey is eligible for over $1.4 million in FEMA Public Assistance funds as a result of Tropical Storm Irene.