TRENTON – According to preliminary estimates, jobholding in New Jersey declined in September for both the private and public sectors.
WALL TOWNSHIP –Motor Vehicle Commission (MVC) Chief Administrator Raymond P. Martinez today joined NASCAR driver Ryan Truex, the Truex family and others in the racing community at Wall Stadium to unveil the state’s new line of NASCAR-themed license plates.
TRENTON – New Jersey officials are warning residents to be wary of telephone scam artists claiming to represent the Lottery.
FLORHAM PARK–The AAA Clubs of New Jersey joined Assemblyman John Wisniewski and other teen driver advocates Tuesday to support increasing teen driver education requirements.
TRENTON – A bill that would provide funding to help local governments clean up contaminated properties has received approval from the Assembly Environment and Solid Waste Committee
TRENTON – Two bills intended to make it easier for consumers and businesses to pay utility bills electronically have received final legislative approval.
NEWARK – Wal-Mart, following a finding that it sold or offered to sell expired infant formula and non-prescription drugs to consumers, has entered into settlement with the state to pay $775,000 and revise its business practices to comply with state laws and regulations, under terms of a Final Consent Judgment that resolves a 2008 lawsuit.
TRENTON – Following the State Comptroller’s release of a scathing audit of the New Jersey Turnpike Authority yesterday, Turnpike Authority Chairman James Simpson and Executive Director Ronnie Hakim outlined a series of reform measures the agency is implementing to combat abuse and improve efficiency in accordance with best public agency practices.
TRENTON – It may seem early to think about snowstorms, but highway safety and law enforcement officials are reminding New Jersey motorists that a new law goes into effect today requiring that all ice and snow be removed from a vehicle before traveling on New Jersey’s roadways. Failure to do so can result in a citation and fine.
STATE — New Jersey drivers favor some additional requirements for new drivers. According to a study by Fairleigh Dickinson University’s PublicMind, co-sponsored by the state’s Division of Highway Traffic Safety, five of six Garden State drivers (83%) support requiring teenagers to log 50 practice hours with an experienced driver before getting a license.