TRENTON – For the first time, wineries throughout the country can now apply for an Out-of-State Plenary Winery License, providing the opportunity to ship wine directly to New Jersey residents.
FLORENCE – To mark May as National Preservation Month in New Jersey, the Department of Environmental Protection and the New Jersey Historic Sites Council today announced the recipients of 22nd Annual Historic Preservation Awards to honor projects and groups or persons dedicated to preserving the state’s history.
TRENTON — The New Jersey Division of Taxation will begin mailing Homestead Benefit applications today. Approximately 1.6 million New Jersey households will receive application packets over the next three weeks.
NEWARK – State Sen. Richard J. Codey today announced a series of new initiatives and legislation to address the problem of homelessness in New Jersey. The announcement came inside the main waiting area in Newark’s Penn Station.
TRENTON— In an attempt to jump start action on stalled legislation to prohibit cash payments to public employees for unused sick leave, Senator Joe Kyrillos (R-Monmouth) said he will submit new legislation designed to eliminate legal objections that have prevented Democrats from taking up the issue.
SHORT HILLS – The celebration of life for organ and tissue transplant recipients and the courageous acts of donor families were honored at NJ Sharing Network’s 25th anniversary dinner on April 12 at the Short Hills Hilton.
TRENTON — Department of Environmental Protection Commissioner Bob Martin today marked the beginning of Air Quality Awareness Week, from April 30-May 5, by stressing the importance of a combined effort by government and the public to improve air quality in our state.