TRENTON – The Senate Transportation Committee approved legislation sponsored by state Senators Raymond J. Lesniak (D-Union) and Jeff Van Drew (Cape May/Cumberland/Atlantic) aimed at reducing wait times at Motor Vehicle Commission sites.
TRENTON – Legislation that would allow retailers to offer rebates and promotions for purchasing gasoline was approved Monday by a Senate panel.
TRENTON – Today, Assembly committees will consider legislation intended to help create jobs and economic development, help families pay for college, improve coastal evacuations, help residents combat mold that can occur after flooding, improve fire safety in new homes and protect against abuse of common cold and cough medicines.
by James Devine LINDEN — The battle between ShopRite and Walmart is one taxpayers should know about because the deck is stacked against a company with a reputation of caring for the community, good shopping values, generous treatment of employees…
TRENTON – There was a smorgasbord of foods New Jersey children might see next school year in their school cafeterias at the Sun National Bank Center in Trenton on Thursday, Nov. 17 as the New Jersey Department of Agriculture and New Jersey School Nutrition Association held their annual Commodity Food Show.
STATE –More than 1 million New Jersey residents are expected to travel 50 miles or more for Thanksgiving this year, according to projections by AAA Mid-Atlantic.
TRENTON — Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation hosted its 24th Umbrella Gala on Saturday, Oct. 29, at the historic Patriots Theater War Memorial in Trenton. The event raised a record breaking $313,000 – the most any Children’s Specialized Hospital Foundation gala has raised in the past decade.
ELIZABETH – NJTODAY.NET has initiated the Atom Awards to recognize those young people who have demonstrated any or all of the following: increased academic achievement, civic engagement & service or exemplary leadership.
WESTFIELD – CONTACT We Care shined the spotlight on two segments of society that too often experience the trauma of personal crises and their inherent dangers when the organization honored leaders in alcohol and drug abuse prevention and youth leadership at its 2011 Annual Gala, held Nov. 9 at Echo Lake Country Club in Westfield.
TRENTON – October estimates showed that private sector employers in New Jersey created 4,000 jobs over the month while the state’s unemployment rate continued to decline, down by 0.1 percentage point to 9.1 percent, according to the state Department of Labor. New Jersey’s unemployment rate has now dropped successively during each of the past three months.