State News

NJ’s February Tax Collections Up

TRENTON – February’s income, sales and business tax collections were 9.5 percent above fiscal 2012 budget forecasts, according to state Treasurer Andrew Sidamon-Eristoff. February 2012 revenue improved 20 percent above February 2011 figures, according to the treasurer.

Holmdel Man Convicted Of Distributing Child Pornography Online

TRENTON – A jury convicted a Holmdel man of distributing child pornography over the internet, Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa announced today. The defendant was among more than three dozen people arrested in 2007 as part of “Operation Silent Shield,” an investigation by the New Jersey State Police that targeted offenders who distributed child pornography online.

State Officials Warn Of Scam Letters Bearing AG Logo

NEWARK – Attorney General Jeffrey S. Chiesa and the New Jersey Division of Consumer Affairs today warned consumers about a fraudulent mailing that bears the logo and seal of the Office of the Attorney General, and which invites consumers to apply for their share of the proceeds from a fictitious multimillion-dollar legal settlement.

Rehabilitation Program Puts Member In Position To Help Others

STATE — Richard S. says that he owes what and where he is today to Bridgeway Rehabilitation Services. He currently lives a modest but comfortable and contented life with his loving wife of 17 years, living independently in their own apartment. He is deeply spiritual, in recovery and very aware that life could be very different for him – in fact it had been very different before he came to Bridgeway.