TRENTON – The Division on Civil Rights announced today that all taxi drivers in Atlantic City will undergo training in state and federal civil rights law as the result of a settlement that resolves allegations the Yellow Cab Company discriminated against a blind man by refusing him and his guide dog a ride to a casino.
TRENTON – If getting ready for winter includes a fall clean up project, then getting rid of that old second refrigerator can get you ready for energy savings just in time for colder weather. Whether you have it stored in the garage or basement or want to get rid of a working fridge or freezer you recently replaced, recycling an old refrigerator or freezer can help you save money to help pay heating bills.
MORRISTOWN — Currently on display in the center hall of Macculloch Hall, visitors can view a selection of American Civil War patriotic covers. These envelopes bear patriotic illustrations and messages and provide an unusual insight into a turbulent and fascinating period of American history.
RAHWAY — At Rahway High School’s Back to School Night on Tuesday, Sept. 27, the school’s French Club, led by club adviser and French teacher Robert Kinch, sold dessert treats to parents, students and teachers in attendance.
ELIZABETH — An autopsy performed on a 72-year-old man found dead inside his home on Tuesday morning have revealed that he was the victim of a homicide, Union County First Assistant Prosecutor Albert Cernadas, Jr. announced yesterday. The autopsy results were released Wednesday afternoon and show that the victim suffered from stab-like wounds.
My heart goes out to the family of Steve Jobs, his friends and colleagues. He was an American icon and one of the greatest visionaries of our time. His passing is such a great loss for our country.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The federal Office of Personnel Management is improving its USAJOBS.GOV website, cleaning up nearly 5 billion rows of data.
CLARK — The public is invited to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Clark Public Library on Sunday, Oct. 23 from 2 – 4 p.m. The library first opened in 1961 in a small store with a collection of less than 600 books. Today, the library holds nearly 100,000 volumes and offers audiobooks, DVDs, Blu Ray, e-books, as well as free computer and Wi-Fi access.
FLORHAM PARK—AAA and the New Jersey Motor Vehicle Commission (NJMVC) joined together Wednesday to remind motorists that cars need seasonal checkups to maintain safety and maximize operational efficiency.