TRENTON – A former New Jersey resident admitted his role in a $15 million insurance scam.
STATE – More than a third of New Jersey’s independent local authorities do not operate a website and just three percent post their financial reports online, according to a report released today by the Office of the State Comptroller
TRENTON – New Jersey’s Minimum Wage Advisory Commission recommended maintaining New Jersey’s minimum wage at the federal rate of $7.25 per hour, state Labor Commissioner Harold J. Wirths announced Friday.
NEWARK – A supervisory transportation security officer employed by the Transportation Security Administration at Newark Liberty International Airport admitted to accepting bribes and kickbacks from a coworker who stole money regularly from passengers during security screenings, U.S. Attorney Paul J. Fishman announced.
TRENTON — In recognition of Feb. 14 as National Donor Day, Health and Senior Services Commissioner Dr. Poonam Alaigh today encouraged New Jersey residents to register to become organ and tissue donors and make a commitment to give the gift of life to people in need of blood transfusions or organ and tissue transplants.
FLORHAM PARK-When all the snow and ice finally melts away, in its place will be an unpleasant reminder of this winter’s severe storm season-potholes.
TRENTON — The New Jersey Office of Emergency Management encouraged Garden State residents and visitors to sign up for NJ Alert, the state’s mass text and email emergency notification system.
TRENTON – This year, New Jersey taxpayers have the opportunity to donate a portion of their 2010 income tax refund or make a donation to the Community Food Pantry Fund, through a check-off contribution on state income tax forms.
NEWARK – NJ Transit is expanding its “My Transit” alert system to allow customers to receive weekend rail alerts and notifications of disruptions in the Access Link paratransit service.
TRENTON – According to the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities, residential electricity customers can expect a small decrease in their monthly bills this summer because of the results of the state’s tenth annual electricity auction for Basic Generation Service.