JERSEY CITY — Robert E. Reiser, SJ, President of Saint Peter’s Prep in Jersey City, welcomed students back on Wednesday for the first time since Hurricane Sandy dealt a heavy blow to Prep’s downtown Jersey City campus and to the region.
TRENTON – The Partnership for a Drug-Free New Jersey (PDFNJ) and Sheriffs’ Association of New Jersey (SANJ), today, kicked-off the 2012 annual American Medicine Chest Challenge-New Jersey.
STATE – An environmental group has asked the federal Environmental Protection Agency to step in after the state Department of Environmental Protection issued a blanket waiver of regulations to allow local governments and state agencies to rebuild infrastructure more quickly following Hurricane Sandy.
HILLSIDE — In the wake of the destruction of Hurricane Sandy, American Roland Food Corp. will donate 600 cases (approximately 180,000 servings) of Steel Cut Oatmeal to the Community Food Bank of New Jersey, located in Hillside.
STATE – PSE&G hopes to have power back on for “virtually” all of its customers by Friday. JCP&L said Saturday, but that was before approximately 120,000 more customers lost power because of yesterday’s nor’easter.