TRENTON – At its Annual Meeting held Tuesday, the New Jersey State Council on the Arts announced the award of $1,018,035 in grants to Middlesex County arts organizations, programs, projects and co-sponsored projects for Fiscal Year 2012. D
DOVER — Dover Business College Vice President of Academic Affairs Karl Soehnlein, PhD, has announced that Joyce Wleh of Sayreville has been named to the Dean’s List at Dover Business College for the Spring 2011 Quarter. Wleh attends the Clifton Campus.
PERTH AMBOY — The Urban Land Institute of Northern New Jersey (ULI-NNJ) will hold their next “Gritty Cities Workshop” on successful urban redevelopment initiatives in Perth Amboy. The event will take place on Thursday, Aug. 18, aboard the 130-foot Cornucopia Princess docked by Riverview Drive.
HILLSIDE – For the second year in a row, the Community Action Committee of NAIOP New Jersey conducted a food drive and volunteer day to benefit the Community Food Bank of New Jersey.
By Rich Cordivari Violence in the home can lead to violence in the workplace. Employees are at risk for facing workplace violence where they, or their co-workers, are experiencing domestic violence situations. A violent spouse or significant other can come…
NEWARK – New Jersey’s Office of the Insurance Fraud Prosecutor today charged eleven individuals, including three chiropractors, with various offenses for their alleged roles in two separate schemes which used “runners” to recruit patients to the chiropractors’ practices, Attorney General Paula Dow announced.
NEWARK – Gov. Chris Christie joined Port officials at the Port Newark Container Terminal (PNCT) to announce a half-billion dollar investment project at the terminal to create a state-of-the-art container terminal to help the port meet the region’s shipping needs during the first half of the 21st century and create an estimated 800 new jobs.
TRENTON – Two out of three clients who go to New Jersey’s Legal Services agency for help are turned away because of inadequate funding from the state, according to testimony today by agency President and General Counsel Melville Miller Jr.
TRENTON — The Office of the State Comptroller (OSC) recovered for taxpayers more than $116 million in improperly paid Medicaid funds during the past fiscal year, State Comptroller Matthew Boxer announced today.