An Army strategist, John Arquilla, who in the early ’90s worked at the California think tank RAND, was one of the first to imagine a “cyberwar” force that would feature widely-spread, small groups of soldiers equipped with the latest sensors and communications technology.
In mid-November, when the Army asked soldiers to test and appraise the high-tech communications devices that came from what’s left of the JTRS program, the answers they got were not exactly reassuring.
Many people look for help from professionals when it’s time to file their tax return. If you use a paid tax preparer to file your return this year, the IRS urges you to choose that preparer wisely. Even if a return is prepared by someone else, the taxpayer is legally responsible for what’s on it. So, it’s very important to choose your tax preparer carefully.
Jan. 2 at 6:10 p.m. – Officer Chris Lott investigated a report of a stolen motor vehicle at Westfield Avenue.
MIDDLESEX COUNTY — Middlesex County Prosecutor Bruce J. Kaplan and Sheriff Mildred S. Scott announced today that they have enrolled the county’s two law enforcement agencies in a prestigious program they say will strengthen and improve overall law enforcement operations and services.
ELIZABETH — Reporters, editors and other alumni of the Elizabeth Daily Journal joined for dinner Saturday at Tapas of Spain, a restaurant near the Bayway Circle for a reunion commemorating the 20th anniversary of the newspaper’s demise.
TRENTON – Legislation to strengthen the education and practice requirements for New Jersey’s Graduated Driver’s License (GDL) program gained final Legislative approval Monday.
TRENTON – Legislation that would require health care facilities to offer flu shots to their employees passed the Senate Monday and now heads to the Governor’s desk.
TRENTON – Legislation to provide for the safe disposition of state computers and portable communication devices was approved 39-0 by the Senate Monday, giving it final legislative OK.