TRENTON –A Springfield Certified Public Accountant pleaded guilty Tuesday to preparing false tax returns for his clients, IRS officials said.
TRENTON — Bank of America will pay $67 million under a multi-state settlement for its alleged involvement in a nationwide scheme to rig bids and engage in other anti-competitive conduct that defrauded state agencies, municipalities, school districts and not-for-profit entities in their purchase of municipal bond derivatives, New Jersey’s Attorney General’s Office announced.
STATE — If the idea of gift giving and holiday celebrations makes you anxious and depressed, help is only a phone call away. CONTACT We Care, the award-winning crisis hotline has been easing people’s stress, loneliness, and depression by offering the gift of listening since 1975.
STATE – The New Jersey Education Association presented an education reform plan today that included a proposal to streamline the tenure dismissal process.
FLORHAM PARK — With winter weather approaching, the AAA New Jersey Automobile Club reminds all motorists to completely clean ice and snow from their vehicles before driving. When ice and snow accumulate on a vehicle, pieces can become dislodged, endangering other motorists on the road.
STATE — Law enforcement agencies throughout New Jersey will conduct saturation patrols and sobriety checkpoints during the upcoming holiday season as part of the “Over the Limit, Under Arrest” year-end, drunk driving crackdown, Division of Highway Traffic Safety Acting Director Gary Poedubicky announced today.
TRENTON — New Jersey Senator Kevin O’Toole has launched an online petition to protest the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) proposal to reroute hundreds of planes leaving John F. Kennedy International Airport each day over New Jersey’s northern counties as part of a plan to reduce airport delays.
TRENTON – It’s no secret that winter and holiday traffic can be stressful. And, holiday shopping can mean unfortunate accidents in parking lots and on the roads.
TRENTON – A former administrator at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey has pleaded guilty to accepting an expensive gift from a contractor to whom he steered numerous university contracts, Attorney General Paula T. Dow and Criminal Justice Director Stephen J. Taylor announced.
TRENTON — A measure repealing mandates on government to pay “prevailing wage” for construction projects should be high on the agenda to create jobs, Assembly Republicans Michael Patrick Carroll and Declan O’Scanlon said Thursday.