TRENTON – Yesterday, an Assembly committee advanced five bills to reform taxpayer-funded pensions and benefits for public workers.
TRENTON— An ongoing project to create connections between I-78 and the Garden State Parkway at Interchange 142 will require a shift of I-78 eastbound local traffic and the closure of an eastbound local lane starting Friday night, March 19 and continuing for several months.
NEWARK – As residents recover from this weekend’s flooding and wind storm, Attorney General Paula T. Dow cautioned consumers to beware of price gouging and home repair work offered by unregistered contractors.
TRENTON—New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection Acting Commissioner Bob Martin has approved the New Jersey Fish and Game Council’s 2010 Comprehensive Black Bear Management Policy.
STATE – Local school districts found out just how much state aid they would lose under Gov. Chris Christie’s budget proposal on Thursday. Some suburban districts would see their aid eliminated entirely, while urban districts stand to be the biggest losers in pure dollar value.
TRENTON – Legislation to reform public worker pensions and benefits and to ease burdensome business regulation, plus a joint hearing on how to fix the state’s unemployment insurance fund, top Thursday’s Assembly agendas.
BRIDGEWATER – As New Jerseyans clean up from the recent Nor’Easter, Allstate New Jersey Insurance Company (Allstate New Jersey) suggests some tips to help protect you and your property from unscrupulous contractors.
WEST TRENTON– Fatal accidents are on a much lower track than last year. So far, 76 people have died on state roadways compared with 120 people during the same time period last year – a decrease of 36.7 percent, according to the New Jersey State Police.
STATE—Gov. Chris Christie’s 2011 budget proposal takes aim at the environment and cuts many important programs designed to reduce greenhouse gases, protect the environment, and create green jobs, according to the Sierra Club.
TRENTON – Everyone wants the best education for children, but with the state struggling to balance its budget, and its decreasing ability to fund public school programs, parents, educators and school administrators are about to face cuts and reduced services like they have never before seen in the New Jersey public school system, according to the New Jersey Association of School Administrators (NJASA).