TRENTON –Wells Fargo Home Mortgage has agreed to provide New Jersey consumers with nearly $67 million in loan modifications and pay the state $3.98 million to resolve allegations that companies it acquired – Wachovia Corporation, Golden West and World Savings — deceptively marketed adjustable rate mortgage loans, Attorney General Paula T. Dow announced Wednesday.
ELIZABETH – Six New Jersey residents were among ten suspects arrested for their alleged roles in an operation to bring cocaine into the Port of New York and New Jersey.
TRENTON – A special Assembly panel will meet Thursday to consider ways to improve New Jersey’s economy and create jobs.
SOUTH BRUNSWICK – Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno and Secretary of Agriculture Douglas H. Fisher officially declared the fall agritourism season underway earlier this week.
HIGHLANDS – Republican congressional challenger Anna Little afternoon received the “Honorary Guardian of Seniors’ Rights” from James L. Martin, Chairman of the 60 Plus Association, earlier this week.
NEW BRUNSWICK – Fugitives hiding from the law in New Jersey will soon have the opportunity to surrender safely at a neutral location, take responsibility for their crimes and receive favorable consideration from the court.
TRENTON — New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) customers are advised that the Government of Puerto Rico has extended the validity of expiring Puerto Rico-issued birth certificates until Saturday, October 30, 2010.
TRENTON – October is Blindness Awareness Month in New Jersey and The New Jersey State Library Talking Book & Braille Center’s Audiovision radio reading service of select NJ newspapers could use your help.
Since President Obama’s election, Fox News personalities have expressed opposition to or called for the repeal of virtually every progressive achievement of the 20th century, including Social Security, Medicare, the Americans with Disabilities Act, portions of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and the 16th and 17th Amendments to the Constitution.
TRENTON – Senator Shirley K. Turner (D-Mercer) introduced legislation stiffening penalties for privacy invasion when the offense involves video taping and distributing images of someone in an intimate setting where that person would reasonably expect not to be observed.