STATE – Most New Jersey residents can expect at least six inches of snow from the latest winter storm to hit our area, according to projections by the National Weather Service. The state’s eastern counties are likely to see the most snowfall, with some areas receiving up to 10 inches or more.
STATE — The New Jersey Tree Foundation is offering free two-year-old trees (1’ – 2’ tall) to celebrate Arbor Day 2011 in New Jersey.
STATE – New Jersey residents can expect more snow Tuesday, according to forecasts from the National Weather Center.
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TRENTON – Two men have been indicted on charges of loansharking and money laundering in connection with a joint investigation into alleged extortion of money from dock workers at the Port of New York and New Jersey, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Commissioner Ronald Goldstock of the Waterfront Commission of New York Harbor announced today.
STATE – January is National Blood Donor Month, and New Jersey Blood Services (NJBS), a division of the New York Blood Center (NYBC) is urging the communities it serves to donate today and help to replenishment the blood supply, which is critically low after the recent blizzard caused the cancellation of many drives.
TRENTON – The New Jersey State Library and New Jersey Library Association are finalists for a $250,000 Pepsi Refresh Project.
TRENTON – A former supervisor and two other former employees at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey training academy in Morris County were sentenced today for collecting pay and reimbursement based on false attendance, mileage and meal records, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced.
STATE – Light snow started falling in time for the morning commute, but New Jersey Transit was not reporting delays on most train and bus lines.
TRENTON – Gov. Chris Christie introduced a five-year capital plan for the state’s transportation infrastructure. The plan does not include any new taxes or tax increases.