NJ Officials Remind Motorists & Students To Remain Vigilant In School Zones & Near Bus Stops

TRENTON –With school back in session, it is imperative that both motorists and students be extra vigilant on New Jersey’s roadways, especially in school zones and near bus stops, Attorney General Paul T. Dow and Acting Highway Traffic Safety Director Gary Poedubicky cautioned today.

We pay for Social Security insurance

It’s no secret that Republicans have worked for the better part of the last decade to cut Social Security and Medicare. The party’s roadmaps, plans, and bills all point in the same direction: smaller, privatized Social Security benefits for American retirees and the dismantling of the Medicare guarantee.

Hurricane Victims Have Until Oct. 31 To Register With FEMA

STATE – Monday, Oct. 31, is the deadline for New Jersey residents affected by Hurricane Irene to register with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to seek government assistance.

Flags Honor Fallen Firefighters

MOUNTAINSIDE – The Union County Fire Chief’s Association created a field of flags at Echo Lake Park in Mountainside to honor the memory of the 343 FDNY Firefighters who answered the final call on Sept. 11.