TRENTON – State officials announced that 370 projects will share $78.75 million to advance street improvement and safety. The funding comes from the Local Aid program administered by the New Jersey Department of Transportation.
STATE – The National Weather Service has issued an ice storm warning for northern and central New Jersey counties.
NEWARK – Public Service Electric and Gas (PSE&G) Company, New Jersey’s largest electric and gas utility, is warning customers to be prepared for potential wide-spread and lengthy power outages as a result of the major winter storm that is currently hitting its service territory.
TRENTON – The New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection imposed an $860,000 penalty on TVF Pest Control of Newark for misapplication of hazardous pesticides in residences to control bedbugs, Commissioner Bob Martin announced Monday.
NEW BRUNSWICK – U.S. Senator Frank R. Lautenberg (D-NJ) was joined Monday by officials, veterans, and volunteers at Rutgers University to kick off his collaboration with the Library of Congress’ Veterans History Project.
TRENTON – The state Senate Education Committee advanced an initiative to create awareness of cardiac illness in student-athletes on Monday.
STATE – State officials are advising drivers to slow down and exercise caution during Tuesday morning’s “rush hour” commute. The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for much of the state from late tonight through Wednesday evening.
STATE – Two New Jersey Republicans, Rep. Scott Garrett and state Sen. Tom Kean Jr., are mentioned in a report that concludes that White House officials improperly spent taxpayer compensated time focusing on 2006 campaigns.
STATE – According to a newly-released report by the New Jersey State Police, gangs are present in 45 percent of New Jersey’s municipalities. Nearly all of the state’s 566 municipalities responded to the survey, with only Elizabeth declining.
ELIZABETH – A reputed organized crime associate made political campaign contributions to Assemblyman Joe Cryan, whose legislative partner, state Sen. Ray Lesniak, wants to disband the commission created to drive the mob out of the waterfront in the Port of New York-New Jersey.